Regal Flipper Balisong Blue Swirl Butterfly Knife - Satin Plain

Retail Price: $32.99
Our Price: $19.99
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Item #BP-9592


  • Overall Length:8.875"
  • Blade Length:4.125"
  • Blade Thickness:0.10"
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.75"
  • Handle Material:Acrylic
  • Color:Blue
  • Bolster Material:Stainless Steel
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:4.60 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Butterfly
  • Brand:Folder-Tec
  • Blade Material:Stainless Steel
  • Model:Regal
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife


The Regal Flipper butterfly knife has solid, smooth action. It features bolstered steel frame handles with blue swirl acrylic inserts and a pocket clip. The 440 stainless steel clip point blade has two tang pins, which results in tighter lock-up and less blade wear. The knife is constructed with Torx screws for easy adjustment of the knife.

Please Note: As with all butterfly knives, please be sure to maintain and tighten the screws, especially the pivot screws. We recommend using a threadlocker (Click HERE!) for best results. Adjust with care, we do not warrant stripped screws!


Customer Reviews

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Well worth it
Cory C.
I bought this knife a bout a week or so ago, honestly its very good quality for the price. If your looking for a cheep but great quality knife then get this one. I don't know of the other people that said the screws come out just had a bad knife of if they don't know how to properly use it but I haven't had any problems with it.
cameron v.
Great for the price, Deffinately safe (considering its a butterfly knife) Very sharp blade and very sharp looking. You cant expect much more for 20$
Jaden T.
How can any one say anything bad about this, this knife is a great Bali song knife my friend has a couple regals there overall good
Chris A.
Has a good edge, razor sharp out of the box, flips nice, but the handles are very flimsy they bend so much they can break very easly that's one of the complaints I have, not to great over all I like it decent knife.
good flipping
Austin W.
The dual tang pins is a nice touch first of all. Most other bali's that are a few bucks more don't have them like the Jaguars. The lockup was tight on mine, but the screw that holds the latch stripped immediately after tightening it. The blue inlays are held in by cheap brass pins that you have to snap back into place every once on a while, but they are still loose. The flipping is the only good part about the knife. It is super light and smooth. Sandwich design isn't one of my favorite designs, but your handles won't bend unless you squeeze it too tight. The blade is a definite con though.
Useless and dangerous
matt m.
I watched some review videos of this knife, so I knew I wasn't getting anything amazing, but this knife is useless and dangerous. The handles are sandwich construction, made with cheap pot metal that bends so easily that the blade edge gets gripped by the safe handle just from the pressure of holding it.

The latch is a joke, just flops around - and the screws that hold on the pocket clip stripped while trying to remove the clip.

I'm just going to keep it open and use it as a letter opener.
So so
D S.
I can't speak from a wealth of experience with balisong knives, as this was my first, but from the impression I got from others about cheap balisongs in general, in retrospect I should have heeded their warnings.

Recommendation: while the free shipping was generous, personally would not buy again, would rather have put the 25$ towards a nicer knife

Screws started to fall out after about a week. Screws at the pivot were too tight on one side, made it difficult to do any kind of flipping. A little WD-40 helped, but did not resolve my problem. Most of the screws were stripped as well, making adjustments a major pain. Cheap metal (china 440 stainless steel), if you flex the handle too hard as well it's prone to bend. Velcro on the sheathe was weak and did not stick very well, sheathe in general is of relatively cheap quality.

Free shipping. As far as weight proportions go, it feels relatively smooth in the hand when handling during tricks, other than the stickiness of the over-tightened bite handle portion on mine. Edge on the blade was surprisingly sharp, and maintained it's sharpness into over 2 weeks of relatively often usage. The blue pearl inserts are a nice touch in the handle, and give the grip a decent ergonomic bulge. Lock at the bottom functions properly, does not disengage too easily. Personally did not get too much usage out of the sheathe, however it does come with one, and it does have a belt loop.

It would have been impossible for you to warrant my knife for having stripped screws, because you SENT it to me with stripped screws, how convenient for you.

I'm also surprised they got a relatively skilled flipping hobbiest to endorse this knife, he must have accepted a somewhat decent sum of money to feel comfortable risking the quality of his word. I guess in his defense he never positively endorsed the knife, other than recommending it to beginners and saying a few generic things about the handling, which might be acceptable, as long as you don't mind only getting a week or two of practical usage out of it. In all seriousness, I mean no disrespect to either him or Bladeplay, I was just personally disappointed with the overall quality of the construction, I was not however disappointed with the quality of the edge.
Jack T.
I've had the trainers but this was my first real butterfly knife. Pretty good quality for the price, but since the middle of the handle is acrylic it is flexible an sometimes bends enough to hold the blade in while in use.
stevonn c.
At first I was wondering how good this knife could be for this price. Paying for faster shipping was well worth it. Great knife.

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