I am an outspoken CRKT fanboy. In fact, theirs are the only Chinese-made knives that I will carry on a regular basis. I have done reviews of two of CRKT’s Ken Onion-designed tools, the Hootenanny and the Halfachance parang. The Eros appears to be CRKT’s answer to the Kershaw Leek, at least the premium-material versions anyway given its $225 price tag. Specifically, it is a small leaf-point flipper, with a definite Gentleman’s Folder feel to it.
Weighing in at a featherweight 1.4 ounces the Eros boasts textured titanium scales and a Japanese Acuto+ steel blade and an MSRP of $225. This is pretty steep for a Chinese-made knife, but a considerable portion of that price tag is tied up in the premium materials involved.
You can read more about the Eros at CRKT’s Website.