What Benchmade says:
Head into the sticks with the 539GY Anonimus, and you’ll be prepared for every challenge the bush puts in your path. Designed for all-purpose fieldcraft and survival, the low-profile Anonimus features super-tough CPM-CruWear steel with a tungsten gray Cerakote finish, durable OD green G10 handle scales, a trigger-inspired finger guard, and a precision-ground striking choil. Rounded out by a Boltaron sheath with an attachable ferro rod loop, the Anonimus is the perfect off-grid companion to have at your side.
CPM-CruWear (HRC 63-65)
An air-hardenable, non-stainless tool steel that has an exceptional balance of extreme toughness, strength, and wear resistance, making it an excellent choice for general purpose, hard-use cutting tools.
Multiple layers of resin-laminated fiberglass make G10 incredibly durable, rigid, and resistant to the elements.
Quinn Knives' take:
The thing we notice right away with the Anonimus is how darn thing it is for a hard-use outdoor fixed blade. This is due to the incredible strength of the CPM-CruWear steel, allowing for a thinner blade while retaining full-tang durability. The other features we like about this knife is the ferro rod holder (not included) on the sheath and the fact the choil is shaped perfectly to allow for ferro rod striking. A nice touch.
||CPM-CruWear @ HRC 62-64
||5.0" & 4.38" cutting edge