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Ti-Carbon Folding Knife

Ti-Carbon Folding Knife
model # T-451
$59.95

Availability: In stock - Ships in 24 Hours

Sharp and Sleek

The Ti-Carbon Folding Knife is made of a special Japanese titanium alloy that offers strength, hardness, and edge retention better than standard titanium alloys and without the use of carbide coatings.  Carbon fiber handle keeps things light and sleek while the liner lock keeps the blade securely in place when opened.

 

Features

Special Japanese titanium alloy construction

Carbon fiber handle

Wharncliffe point

Liner locking mechanism

Lanyard hole

 

Specifications 

Weight                     Size                         

1.0 ounces           2.25"(blade)/5.5"L x 0.4"W x 0.1"H

(30 grams)                (57/139 x 10 x 2.5 mm)

 

 

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Additional Info

The Ti-Carbon Folding Knife is made of a special Japanese titanium alloy that offers strength, hardness, and edge retention better than standard titanium alloys and without the use of carbide coatings.  Carbon fiber handle keeps things light and sleek while the liner lock keeps the blade securely in place when opened.

Features:

  • Japanese titanium alloy is 1.5x stronger and 3x harder than pure titanium
  • Wharncliffe design for excellent point control and full blade cutting power
  • Carbon fiber handle for lightweight strength
  • Liner lock prevents accidental closing
  • Lanyard hole

Specifications:

  • Blade Length: 2.25 inches (57 mm)
  • Opened Length: 5.5 inches (140 mm)
  • Closed Length: 3.3 inches (84 mm)
  • Thickness: 0.1 inch (2.5 mm)
  • Knife weight: 1.0 ounce (30 grams)
  • Point: Wharncliffe
  • Grind: double bevel
  • Material: titanium alloy
  • Hardness: Rockwell C 50

CAUTION!

Knife has a very sharp blade.  Always use with caution.

 

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Questions & Answers

Do you have any Question?  

Question: What do you sharpen the knife with? 11 Jan, 2016
Answer: The Ti-Carbon Folding Knife can be sharpened with normal blade sharpeners (Arkansas stones, diamond sharpeners, corundum stones, sharpening steels, ceramic sharpeners, etc.).