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Herbertz Ceramic pocket knife, wooden grip, No. 223810

Product no.: 47981
Manufacturer: Herbertz

$ 46.90

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Product description:

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Looks good and provides a sharp ceramic blade. The pocket knife from the house Herbertz combines a shimmering black ceramic blade with a notebook equipped for chic wood and plastic in carbon-fiber look. For safety when driving the knife the classic back locking the blade and finger grips make.

Technical specifications:

  • Blade length: 7.7 cm
  • Handle length: 11.5cm
  • Length open: 19.2 cm
  • Weight: 114 g

Ceramic blades
Material information:

The biggest advantage of the material ceramics is probably the characteristic that the use of food no chemical reactions occur, which could lead to changes in taste. Therefore, also remain adhered no odor and also that cleaning is much easier on the blade. Ceramic blades are much harder and sharper than almost all steel grades currently used for blades. You must be sharpened considerably rarer. The material is, however, quite brittle, so the blade should always be protected from knocks. It also is not suited for rough, hewn work. The material is naturally stainless!

Care instructions: The best way to clean a ceramic blade by hand. Simply take a damp cloth and wipe. To grind, you need a diamond grinder. Please do not be alarmed if just discolor white ceramic blade over time yellowish. This is a normal aging phenomenon, which however does not impair function.

Information on the blade shape:

Hecht blade (English: Clip Point Blade)
The pike blade is one of the most common blade shapes. This blade shape molding provides that approximately the front third of the cutting blade looks like truncated. Often with a slight rounding. This blade shape is mainly to save weight and the blade tip running rather pointed to.

18.08.2019
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