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About the product
Based on the classic and treasured Model 42, the 60 series Bali-Song® knives feature precision crafted stainless steel handles. Made in USA.

Designer: Benchmade
Mechanism: Bali-Song
Action: Bali-Song
Blade Steel: D2 (60-62 HRC)
Blade Length: 4.25" (10.80cm)
Blade Thickness: 0.125" (3.18mm)
Open Length: 9.20" (23.37cm)
Closed Length: 5.27" (13.39cm)
Handle Thickness: 0.48" (12.19mm)


Weehawk blade style
Weight: 6.33 oz. (179.45g)

Bowie blade style
Weight: 6.37 oz. (180.59g)

Tanto blade style
Weight: 6.39 oz. (181.15g)
Features

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Blade Edge Plain
Blade Finish/Color Satin
Clip Type No Clip
Clip Position N/A
Glass Breaker No
Handle Material Stainless Steel
Lanyard Hole Yes
MOLLE Compatible No
Sheath Type Nylon
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A review from: Josh
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I've had a 67 for a while now, and I'm pretty impressed. Solid knife, razor sharp, and pretty wicked looking. However it's not the best flipper. It weighs to much to flip quickly, but that's not always a bad thing. I personally learned all I know about flipping on a ccc that had short heavy handles, like the 6x knives. So I'm quite fond of the weight. The worst part about this knife is the latch. It makes tons of noise while flipping and scratches up the handles. What I would recommend you do once you get this knife is get flyti for it. I don't have any personally, but my cousin does and it takes the knife from a 5 to a 10. Also, do yourself a favor and take the latch off this thing ASAP.
A review from: Jacob
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First of all the model 63 which I bought in July 2016 is my first Benchmade and my first Balisong. So this review is a mix of my own opinion and that of more experienced flippers than I. So I basically have a few problems with this knife, most concerning the handle area of the knife. No.1 the T latch. It isn't anywhere near as good as the spring latch on the 42, it beats the bottom of the safety handle when flipping, and has rubbed the finish off when opening/locking the handles. No.2 Handle design and specs. So all of the problems with the handles contribute. They are just shy of 5 inches long (the 40 series was closer to 5 and a quarter),and they are sandwiched and all screw construction. The shorter heavier handles make it difficult to do advanced tricks, especially for folks like me with large hands. To me it seems the sandwiched construction takes away your surface area grip on the knife, and if those screws in the block spacers aren't tight the handles can come apart slightly. This fact combined with the weight from the stainless handles can cause the knife to fly out of your hand. Also with the all screw construction you know have four pivot pens to maintain tightness on (instead of two with the model 40). Then there is the Zen pens, problem 3. I hate these things they make a lot of noise when you flip, making it difficult to open stealthily if you needed to, and if your knife has any play in the handles the Pens can rub the finish off the blade and themselves where they contact. Number 4 is the price. A brand new model 42 back cost around 169 dollars back when they made them. My 63 was 319 dollars with a 30$ and 40 cent tax. 350$ altogether. This knife isn't as good or better and it cost more. Even with all these problems I still like the knife. The D2 blade with its razor sharpness, and it's a Balisong; it has that wow factor like a switchblade. Overall good Quality, bad design, with a even worse price. I would buy another Benchmade just not a 63 or 51 as it shares some of the same problems with the 60.
A review from: Devon
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I'm an experienced flipper having owned bear cutlery, jaguar's, m-tech and benchmade. I had an original 42A that I ordered back in college that I wish now I still had. I couldn't stand it any longer, and purchased another, this time my closest option was the 62/63/67. I settled for the 63. The 63 is everything that is can be expected from D2 steel and SS handles. The weight and feel is slightly heavier compared to the 42's titanium handles, but it is by no means unmanageable. I definitely use the 63 for it's intended EDC and have yet to have any problems even with the hard use I've given it. After around 6 months of use all pins and screws are tight and the latch pin is still super tight. As everyone else says, it's not a 42, but it's well worth the investment for the 60 series for us balisong lovers. I'm now contemplating the 51BK or the new 87 to add to the collection.
A review from: kevin
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First off, let me start by saying, as a knife, this thing is great. Beautiful blade, nice aesthetic upgrade from the 42, more rounded and sleek, i dig. It feels very solid as well, when the knife is open and the latch is locked, there is no blade play whatsoever. The weight also makes cutting seem easier, and as though you really have a solid tool in your hand. However, as a flipper (which lets face it, thats kind of the whole point of a bali-song amiright?)... Its inferior to the 40 series virtually in every way. They seem to have taken everything that was great about the 4x series, ie: handle length, weight, spring latch--and made it heavier, shorter, and put a flimsier non-spring t-latch on it. The thing just almost hurts to flip, because of the substantial increase in weight, it bangs off the back of your hand during flipping, or clanks closed, you can feel it reverberate throughout the entire knife, and its just not comfortable. It also feels like it wants to fly out of your hand because the shorter handles seem to have upset the balance. Not to mention, the added weight does not benefit should you cut yourself during flipping. All in all, if your looking for just a good solid knife, this wont disappoint, if your looking for a good flipper, get a 51.
A review from: Raymond
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Little expensive, but well worth it. This thing is like my pacifier. I've never had anything I liked so much -- this is why I couldn't wait to be a grown-up. I got the 67 and 62T and they're both great. The trainer feels heavier somehow, but I love it; it does its job.

I was really picky on the Lasermark I wanted and they gave me exactly what I asked for. Love Benchmade. Get a Bali-Song!
A review from: timothy
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I own both the 62 and 63 and am thoroughly pleased with both. While not the competition ready flipper the 42 was, thats only one aspect of balisong utility. That said I can still do any and every trick on a 62 that I can with a 42, it just takes a bit more conviction and attention. These new bali's are more of a throwback to the original customs that founded the company back when I was a kid. Therefore I'm very happy to see them in the lineup and hope they remain in production for a long time. The finish on the D2 blade is gorgeous and the thick handles bouncing off the zen pin gives a satisfying low pitched click that makes putting the knife down difficult. Combine that with the Benchmade name, made in the USA, and price tag and one can't help but feel a sense pride and enjoyment while admiring and maneuvering the knife. The price tag is indeed a steep one, but if you add up all the time spent having fun with knife in hand, with all my blades, the total would so favor my balis it almost makes the cost irrelevant. For people who choose the 62 as an implement of public safety it has some advantages as well. The heavier weight will deliver more concussion on impact hence deeper cuts than the 42. The shorter handles give just the right amount to hold on to and no more. This not only provides more leverage and power to your cuts but leaves less handle protruding which can get caught or snagged in a struggle. Also the shorter grip allows you to deploy the blade in a tighter space closer to the body. Finally the blade profile is more aggressive in the weehawk persuasion than the 42. The wider swedge runs well over half the blade length and should pierce like a dagger with minimal resistance. Over all whatever your use is I'm sure you'll be pleased with the 60 line they're first class balis from the company who helped put them on the map a long time ago.
A review from: Odin
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It is the best heavy flipper I have ever flipped with the possible exception of the 42. Get it!!!