- Additional Info
Made from a special Japanese titanium alloy, the Vargo Titanium Wharn-Clip Knife is 1.5 times harder and 3 times stronger than pure titanium. Its “Wharncliffe” shape and single bevel grind make for an incredibly strong, sharp, and easy to hone blade. The integrated clip and efficiently designed Kydex sheath offer convenient and safe carrying. It’s the perfect lightweight knife for feathering up fuzz sticks or preparing trailside meals.
- Wharncliffe design for excellent point control and full blade cutting power
- Single bevel grind for exceptional strength, sharpness, and ease of honing
- Integrated clip for convenient carrying
- Kydex sheath for lightweight protection
- Blade Length: 2.7 inches (69 mm)
- Overall Length: 5.4 inches (138 mm)
- Thickness: 0.1 inch (3 mm)
- Knife weight: 0.7 ounce (20 grams)
- Point: Wharncliffe
- Material: titanium alloy
- Sheath: Kydex
- Hardness: Rockwell C 50
Knife has a very sharp blade. Always use with caution.
Industry Outsider: Vargo Titanium Wharn-Clip Knife
"Overall, we liked this knife for its usability, low (one ounce with the sheath) weight, and convenient spring clip that should keep it at hand, and less likely to get lost."
- Questions & Answers
Do you have any Question?Question: can you open a beer with the clip end? it looks like you could, but i'm not sure. Right now I carry a Gerber Artifact, but would consider replacing it for this. Thanks! 01 May, 2014Answer: In a pinch it could work, but it's not designed to be used as such and could damage the clip. The Swing Blade Tools are perfect bottle openers with stainless steel razor blades attached.Question: Does "single bevel grind" mean the back side of the blade is flat/unground? There are no photos of the other side of this knife... 01 May, 2014Answer: Yes, that means the back side of the blade is flat. This provides for a stronger, sharper edge that has greater cutting power than a double bevel blade.Question: will this item be able to be shipped to california? 02 May, 2014Answer: Yes, this item is able to be shipped to California. Here's a helpful video with more information on California Knife Laws: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoD1pzCj5lM.Question: How often might this knife require sharpening, how ought one to sharpen it, and how sensitive is the sharpening process? Thanks! Just wondering about these basic questions. 05 Oct, 2014Answer: How often to sharpen your knife depends on how much you use it and what you're cutting. We use them everyday to cut through 1/4-1/2" corrugated cardboard and do a minor sharpening/honing once every week or two with a fine grit stone to maintain the edge. Since the Wharn-Clip has a single bevel edge, you only need to sharpen that edge and then hone/strop the back side. You can use a standard stone or diamond sharpener. Don't use a pull style sharpener as it won't work with a single bevel edge. The Wharn-Clip is similar to other knives when it comes to sharpening otherwise.