A three-part Herbertz Jagd-Taschenmesser in the traditional style. Saw blade and are made of stainless steel high-performance 1.4116 with a hardness of 55-57 degrees to the Rockwell scale. A back lock locks the blade in the working position. For the shells carefully selected Hirschhorn is used. The saw is designed as a multi-purpose tool: The top was designed as a screwdriver, at the other end is a bottle opener. A corkscrew makes the equipment completely.
- Blade length: 8.0 cm
- Handle length: 10.0 cm
- Length open: 18.0 cm
- Weight: 141 g
This type of steel is one of the martensitic stainless steels. It contains between 0.45 to 0.55% carbon and between 14-15% chromium. The hardness can be up to 59 HRC Rockwell. The addition mixture of molybdenum and vanadium, this grade would be very well suited for the dishwasher. It's kind of standard steel Solingen knife industry, especially in kitchens and everyday knives.
Care instructions: Although this type of steel would be suitable for dishwashers, please see the materials before you handle the knife for easy cleaning in the cutlery basket your dishwasher enter!
Horn material is used for many years for knife handles. Especially for hunters it is very popular. The rough surface ensures a good grip position even with gloves or wet hands, without being uncomfortable.
Since horn is a natural material, each knife is unique. It is subject to an aging process and the appearance may vary from the picture!