Jaguar Champagne & Black Balisong Butterfly Knife - Satin Serr

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Item #BP-6311


  • Overall Length:9.00"
  • Blade Length:4.25"
  • Cutting Edge:3.375"
  • Blade Thickness:0.18"
  • Blade Material:Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Serrated
  • Handle Length:4.75"
  • Closed Length:5.25"
  • Handle Thickness:0.64"
  • Handle Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black, Gray
  • Weight:6.68 oz.
  • Knife Type:Butterfly
  • Country of Origin:Taiwan
  • Model:Jaguar
  • Best Use:Recreation
  • Brand:Folder-Tec
  • Product Type:Knife


The Jaguar 9" butterfly knife features milled handles with black inserts. The extra thick handles offer better grip and a heavy weight for flipping. This Jaguar isn't superb in terms of its action, but great for those looking to get a butterfly knife to learn with. The blade is satin finished 440 stainless steel with a partially serrated edge. Rivet construction.


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Ok knife...but!
Bruno M.
It's an ok knife...looks great, sharp, flips well and heavy. It's a good starter knife.

I know this was mentioned in a previous review but I'll say it again. The blade has no "Jaguar" label. It's brand less as blade play states on the description.

Blade play is my favorite store for knives...keep up the great work.
great heavy knife
john r.
The knives I got are good, sharp, flip very nicely, and heavy. But I don't know where they're made or who the maker is. There are no makings on the blades or handles at all. I don't think Jaguar stopped marking there blades, but I have none on mine.
Blade Play response:
Jaguar knives are made in Taiwan. It will not always say on the blade but we do put that info on the item listing.
Thanks! -BP
Awful latch, overall not bad
Rafael B.
For a starter knife this seems really nice, only complaint is the latch, it swings around a lot during normal use, and even gets between the blade and handle sometimes when closing the knife. While easily fixed with a piece of tape, it still presents a problem. Handle can be a little slippery when your hands aren't perfectly dry, again not awful, but seems like a design oversight. Regardless, it still seems strong so far, and hasn't broken yet (about a week) but who knows, so far so good.
matt m.
This is a much heavier knife than I expected. I like the solid feel, but I'm used to flipping a much lighter knife, so it is taking some getting used to. There are things I don't like - the blade can hit the latch, and only 1 tang pin - but I tell you what; the channel construction alone puts it way above the "Regal" flippers. There's not a ton of play in the handles and the lockup is secure open and closed.

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