Why I Love My CRK Umnumzaan: An In-depth Review w/ Pictures! Introduction As knife enthusiasts and collectors, occasionally that knife comes along which gives you a chill down your spine and makes you grin as you pick the knife up and open it up because you know that this knife was made just for you. For me, this is the case with the Umnumzaan. The Umnumzaan, by Chris Reeve Knives, is their newest folding knife capable of handling tasks that were once restricted to fixed blade knives. I like the Sebenza but there were always some things which I wanted to see in a Reeve that the Sebenza simply did not offer. The Umnumzaan corrects almost all of the areas I wanted to see in the future Sebenza and because of this, I like the Umnumzaan a lot and it makes me happy. Before going into the full review, its worth mentioning that there are different rears and different saddles and every rear has a preference. If not, there wouldnt be so many different styles, designs, and animations as seen in the knife world today. You may not like the Umnumzaan as much as I do but I would recommend that you go and play with one in person as it is one of the few knives that make a big impact and presence on the entire industry and it may very well sneak itself into your pocket when you least expect it. Today I played with my second Umnumzaan. It has quickly become a carry favorite and it is designed to be used heavily at that. I am going to review and post some pictures below to show you what I did today and how great this knife is for every day carry. Modeling Pictures Below are some pictures of my Umnumzaan, my Benchmade 941Ti Osborne, a Granny Smith Apple, a piece of Mopani Drift Wood and some bricks.