Finch Knife Company

Finch Holliday Black Linen Micarta

Blades: 1.

Closed Length: 4.00".

Open Length: 7.125". 

Width: .45". 

Handle Material: Black Linen Micarta. 

Handle Length: 4.00". 

Handle Height: .75"

Blade Styles: Wharncliffe. 

Blade Material: 154CM.

Blade Thickness: .125".

Blade Lengths: 3.125". 

Blade Height: .875"

Blade Finish: Satin / Brushed. 

Pulls: Flip / PinchGrip.

Pull Strength: N/A.

Half Stops: N/A. 

Bolster Material: Steel. 

Liner Material: Steel. 

Pinning Material: N/A. 

Lock Type: Liner Lock.

Backsprings: N/A.

Backspring Material: N/A.

Weight: 3.60 oz. 

Pocket Clip: Titanium, Satin.

Shield Material: Sapphire Crystal. 

Designed In: Stilwell, KS. 

Manufactured By: QSP.

Release Date: December, 2020.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Dean Adams
Best Customer Service

I order my Finch Holliday (awesome knife & going to get a 2nd) and within 15 minutes I get a notification that it’s being processed for shipping. Austin took the time to answer questions & provide product clarification. I’ll be back.

Jeff Urry
Superb quality and function

I just can't say enough good about the Finch Holliday. For me it's a perfect EDC. I generally carry it as a secondary but part of that is because I don't want to trash on it at work. I own well over 100 folders many of them cost 2X+ and the Holliday is nearly always with me.
The fit and finish are unmatched, for instance how the scales meet up with the bolsters is seamless and how all of the corners/edges have been tumbled. The blade came MUCH sharper then the usual factory sharp, as a matter of fact it's as sharp as I get them even after polishing.
The action is as smooth as glass and the geometry in the flipper gives the blade an instant deployment whether it's light switchef or pushbuttoned.
I own 2 of these (micarta & Snakewood) and fully intend on picking up the white scales, smooth bone I think. (???)
WELL worth the purchase price.
Ohhh, the stickers were a nice touch. 👍👍

Finch Holliday

The bad, a little high in price relative to blade steel and handle, a bit heavy. Very much outweighed by the good. It is a good blade steel, not a supersteel but certainly OK for intended use. The build quality is excellent. Where this knife really shines is the design. Excellent ergos in hand, carries nice. Gotta like the glowing Finch shield. I like this even more than I thought I would.