Serrated 37g Knife Juniper wood / Deer
Ultra-light knife in Z40C13 stainless steel, black titanium finish. half serrated blade. one hand opening. Secure liner lock system. Belt clip Coral Wood HandleSPECIFICATIONS
Material : Z40C13
Weight : 37 grams (1.30 oz)
Closed length : 11 cm (4.33”)
Open length : 20,5 cm (7.87”)
Blade length : 9,5 cm (3.74”)
Thickness : 0,9 cm (0.35”)
This Deejo knife is decorated with a handle plate in solid coral wood (or padauk). This species of wood has long been used in cutlery for its exquisite red/amber reflections (hence its name), robustness and excellent resistence to humidity. Here it wonderfully underscores the elegance of a Deejo knife.
Obtained by fixing black titanium onto a stainless steel base, this finish has a double advantage. First, it reinforces surface resistance to shocks and scratches, and second, it renders sublime the elegant lines of your knife by offering subtle matte black reflections. A discreet finish par excellence, the steel acquires a slight patina over the years to further enhance this beautiful piece of cutlery.
Equipped with a stud allowing the blade to be opened and closed with one hand, this Deejo knife also has the particular characteristic to see the first half of its blade micro-serrated. This robustly sharp edge makes difficult cutting easy—such as string, thick cardboard, hard vegetables or other difficult-to-cut foods (bread, tomatoes, etc.) —without the need for regular sharpening. It is particularly appreciated by handymen, hikers, hunters and fishermen.
To slice meat, peel fruit or open a parcel, your Deejo knife cuts anywhere, anytime, and always with elegance.
Like any knife, your Deejo blade edge will wear with use. To maintain a perfect edge, it is advisable to sharpen the blade of your Deejo regularly. We use a Z40C13 stainless steel, hard enough to maintain a perfect edge over time and soft enough for you to re-sharpen your knife easily. Your Deejo knife can be sharpened using a whet stone, sharpening steel or sharpening set. Be careful not to damage the aesthetics of the blade during this operation.
SPECIFIC PRECAUTIONS FOR CLEANING: hand-wash your Deejo knife using a damp sponge, avoiding the abrasive side of the sponge. These Deejo knives are not dishwasher safe so risk irreparably damaging the knife’s articulating system.
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