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This blade snaps secure with just a twitch of your finger.

The SOG Knives Twitch II Knife opens in flash and locks firmly thanks to SOG Assisted Technology (S.A.T.). Once you engage the pass-through bar, S.A.T. uses opposing, high-tension coil springs to open and lock the blade. The clean design and advanced technology make for an efficient all-around knife. A handy clip on the back attaches to your pocket or backpack.

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4 5

Great knife but has a spring problem.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have owned my Twitch for over two years now and have had almost no problems. The blade holds an edge well but is a little hard to sharpen. One day it became almost impossible to open and I removed the cap that holds the spring down and it would be helpful if a tech note could be published on how to reinsert and rewind the spring. If this is not possible at home then It would be nice if sending it to the factory to be reset was easier. Good job with the safety and design of the blade!

4 5

Great little knife!

I really like this knife as a everyday carry. It's small enough that you will hardly notice it, yet big enough to feel comfortable in your hand. Extremely sharp! Be Careful!

3 5

decent

This is a very cool knife, fun to mess around with, but for the price I paid I'm surprised at how quickly it looses its sharpness, granted, I mostly use it for digging up mushrooms which can't be good for the blade, but from day one I was kinda disappointing with the sharpness of the blade.

5 5

Great little knife

The SOG Twitch II is a great little knife for EDC or Every Day Carry. It can perform every day cutting tasks well, it is small and thin most times I forget that I am carrying it. SOG’s spring assist and lock back provide a solid lock up with no blade movement. The steel used in the blade is strong and will hold an edge well over time. Overall this is a great knife for daily cutting tasks.

5 5

SOG is awesome

I love the SAT these knives come with. The steel keeps and awesome edge, and the clips sit very solid in the pocket. All the SOG knives that are pricier (aka made in USA) are worth the coin.

5 5

great little knife

This is the second one i liked the first one so much i bought another a few years later as a gift. The blade steel is great for the price of the knife. Easy to sharpen to a razor edge and it keeps it well. The perfect size for edc anywhere, business or out on a walk in the woods. Pocket clip never fails. Its got a good solid locking mechanism and safety lock you never need to use. Closest thing to a switchblade. Small knife but big enough for most jobs. Wish they made one the same size as my Benchmade mini skirmish. Heck of a knife for the price.

4 5

SOG Knives Twitch II Knife

This knife is easier for me to open with gloves than my Flash I and II. Great utility/around the home knife. Without the spring assist it is difficult to open(broke the spring after many uses that should have been the job of another tool). Having the local tool truck carry these got me a replacement instantly though!

4 5

Solid sharp knife

This is a great little knife. It’s sharper than hell and the assisted opening makes this almost a switch blade, its lightening fast and works very smoothly. The knife is a little on the small side but it makes a prefect light weight knife that you hardly notice in your pocket or clipped where ever. The clip is nice and tight, clips to almost anything. You will need a larger knife for heavier duty jobs, but for the basic day to day duties, it’s great. Overall, I’m fairly impressed with this knife: razor sharp, light weight, durable all metal construction, high quality materials.

3 5

Nice knife, but some problems...

The knife is well thought out. Very lightweight (I use it for backpacking, work, everyday use, carry it on me most places), it has a strong clip that attaches almost anywhere, the blade holds an edge very well (I have a growing collection of quality knifes and this knife seems to keep the edge the longest despite use), and the action is smooth and reliable. (Pretty much as close as you can get to a switchblade and still be federally legal). However, I've had this one for about a month and the blade is starting to spot (rust). It first appeared after backpacking in New Zealand. I use the knife to eat when I backpack so it is cleaned and dried daily. I can't figure out why a quality knife would have rust spots after such loving care! I'm trying to get SOG to warrant it, but they claim rust isn't covered. After a month? Maybe I should've gotten a benchmade...

Responded on

For a similar knife with different materials/coatings, try the Kershaw Leek with an epoxy coating. It has a similar spring assisted opening, comparable size (The Leek has more blade, but a similar closed length to the Twitch II) and is only .3oz heavier than the Twitch II, despite the metal-based handle. I've had mine for 8 months of constant carry and use, and I haven't even had to sharpen it yet (maybe I'm not using it hard enough, but I doubt it). My only complaint is the flimsy "safety" they equipped it with. If dropped, this little bit of plastic will be the first thing to break, but it doesn't affect the overall functionality of the knife.

Happy trails!

3 5

Nice knife, spring keeps breaking

I love the way this knife feels, but the spring has broken twice now. I sent it in and they fixed it the first time, but now it is a pain that I have to send it back AGAIN. I may try to fix it myself. Without the spring assist it is far too difficult to open

5 5

Insane knife!

The assist opening on this knife is killer. Its so small and light weight I often forget where I last had the knife clipped. Sharp blade and seems to keep an edge quite well.

5 5

Awesome Knife

Excellent knife. It has a very "quality" and balanced feel. The opening mechanism is exceptionally smooth. And, it's small enough to put in my pocket, while being just big enough to be comfortable in my hand. I have been a big fan of the Kershaws of similar style. However, this is definitely my new "favorite" knife. Also, the service from Backcountry was great - as usual!

can i get a new spring for the twitch 2

can i get a new spring for the twitch 2

Responded on

The best way to do that is through SOG warranty and repairs.Their info:http://www.sogknives.com/service/warranty/Any good knife shop that sell SOG knives can also replace the spring. It's quicker than sending it to the mfg.