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Overall length: 150 mm (5.8 in)
Handle: 78 mm (3 in)
Blade: 72 mm (2.8 in)
Blade thickness: 3,5 mm
Sheath lenght x width: 140mm x 55mm
(Watch the video above to get a feel for the knife)
The handle contour, greatly inspired by the Danish knife maker Jens Ansø, and yes I did ask for permission from Jens Ansø himself, to do my take on the Anso Diamond pattern, (as it is best known in the heart of the knife community). For a long time, EDC knives has been on my mind, making knives meant for daily use, in all kinds of different conditions. This is my take on an EDC style knife, that will draw attention to you every time you use it. Even if you are only using it as a package opener in your office.
Blade is in RWL34, stainless steel, hardened to 60 HRC. Hand sanded to a crisp satin finish, full tang EDC knife.
The handle is made in red and black G10. (NOTE, one has red g10 on the logo side and black on the other side. And the other knife, is opposite.) Each knife has liners in red and black, see pictures. The pins in the handle are in aluminium, 1 Corby screw of 6,3mm and one lanyard tube of 8mm in diameter.
The sheath is made in high quality leather, dyed black and sewn with the saddle stitch technique, with bright red stitching. The knife with sheath is made to be carried inside you pockets, the compact design of the knife, and the compact sheath is perfect for a concealed carry inside your pocket.
If you have any qustions about this knife, don't hesitate to send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org head over to the Contact Formula or send me a message on one of the social media profiles. Instagram, facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and more. @hvedegaardknives I will respond to you as soon as possible.
This special knife is made 100 percent by me, Mikkel Hvedegaard. A 23 year old knifemaker based in Denmark, just south of the city of Aarhus.
Thank you for looking at my work. Feel free to share this with someone you know- Mikkel Hvedegaard