A stainless Hecht blade made of high performance steel AISI 420, a stable knife body in die cast zinc, non-slip trays made of elastomer - The pocket knife from the house Herbertz has much to offer for a small price! The locking of the blade via a proven back lock.
- Blade length: 9.0 cm
- Handle length: 11,0 cm
- Length open: 20.0 cm
- Weight: 144 g
420 steel is used mainly when the meter manufacturer will pay attention to the price / performance ratio. The material is highly resistant to corrosion, ie steel. However, this steel grade must be quite frequently sharpened. What very easy going. Of course there are higher quality knife steels, but as a rule this quality for most applications is sufficient.
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.