The classic pocket knife from the house Herbertz is equipped with a 37-layer damask blade. Sitting nicely drawn Pakkaholz shells between the polished nickel silver fittings. When open, the blade is securely locked on a traditional back lock.
- Blade length: 8.5 cm
- Handle length: 11,0 cm
- Length open: 19.5 cm
- Weight: 153 g
The term Damascus steel denotes a material which consists of one or several iron and steel grades. By working with various polishes and etches the different layers come beautifully to bear. By using different materials, the manufacturer may influence the strength and hardness of steel. With its decorative patterning blades from Damszener steel are very popular again. In principle, one can say, the more layers, the more pronounced the pattern.
Care instructions: Through the processing, especially with caustics, the rust-preventive properties of the base steel can be affected. Therefore, we recommend this Klingenmaterial best wipe with a dry cloth and occasionally rubbed with a drop of oil.
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.