UPK-D4T Eclipse Talon Ring2 AL

$159.95 $185.77

This UPK-D4T Eclipse has a Hardened Stainless Razor Tip on a Type III Hardcoat 7075-T6 Aluminum Blade and Ring2 Handle with Clip.

A minimal guard version of the Pocket Sai. The guards have been reduced to a minimum amount necessary for blade retraction.

  • EDC Defensive Implement
  • The Eclipse is self-sheathing making them easy and safe to carry
  • Inspired by the traditional Okinawan Sai with Yoku removed for sleek profile
  • Retractable Blade automatically Locks at either position (open/closed)
  • Sharpened 1 inch double-edged (A knife having dual effective cutting edges)

What’s Included?

x1 Eclipse Talon Ring2 AL w/Clip

Material Specifications:

  • Blade TIP from 440C Stainless Steel
    • Hardened to HRC: 59
    • approx. 350+ ksi Tensile Strength
  • Blade Milled from 7075-T6 Aluminum
    • Hard-Coat Anodized
    • 80 ksi Tensile Strength
  • Ring2 Handle Milled from 7075-T6 Aluminum
    • Hardcoat Type III Anodized
    • 80 ksi Tensile Strength
  • Custom Button made in Anodized Aluminum
    • 7075-T6 Aluminum with Black, Crimson, or Gold Hardcoat Anodize
  • Custom Screws made in 450 Stainless steel
    • Heat Treated by Age Hardening to the H900 condition HRC 45
  • 301 Stainless Steel Springs w/Clip
    • Cold work Hardened to a Spring Temper


  • Extended length: 12.5 inches (317.3 mm)
  • Collapsed length: 8.1 inches (206.5 mm)
  • Weight: 2.6 oz.

Important Read :

The ring implement provides an optimized draw, deploy, and control feature to the end of the handle.

Lightweight Aluminum with steel like strength, the 7075-T6 Tempered Aluminum is one of the strongest Aluminum alloys available with a tensile strength of about 80,000 psi.  The Hard-coat Anodize provides a resilient protective surface.

        Customer Reviews

        Based on 3 reviews
        William Sain
        Talon ring 2

        Really nice trick knife. Looks good in collection.

        Illegal in some states

        Before you buy this make sure you check with your local laws before hand because in the state of Michigan where I live this is classified as a sai and can not be an everyday carry or used in self defense in any way

        Chris Marlar

        The button got pushed while clipped in my pocket and it poked a hole through my pocket and was sticking out the front of my shorts while walking around so you might consider putting some sort of lip around that

        I'm sorry you had an unfortunate experience. The mechanism is a two step process to open which does requires the blade to be motivated while the button is pressed. I myself made a whole in my own pocket once, the reason was I had reached into my pocket for another tool passing my hand over the button and opening it myself. Only found out later after finding the whole.

        The design is intended for urgent response, if i add features that impede the button, I've considered adding a safety or adding a small elevated surface etc, it also impedes the ability to open it at a moment a person's fine motor skills are likely compromised. So safety features become an increased complication to its primary task. I carry the same Talon version and decided to remove it from my pocket when digging for anything i keep in the same pocket, and haven't had any false openings since.

        If you would like to return the knife I'm happy to refund your purchase if you are not satisfied.

        Thank you for the valuable feedback and support,
        John Risch UPKnife