Yicton Spring Assisted pocket Knife German 8Cr13Mov Tactical Folding seatbelt cut 3-1/2″ Edge StoneWashed blade Heavy duty Stainless Steel Survival Outdoor Climbing Camping & Hunting

May 14, 2019 - Comment
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Yicton Tactical folding knife is built with special blade materials 8Cr13Mov,harden to 58-59 HRC.It is thicker 1.5mm than regular knife.Carefully grind the blade with Craftsman spirit,make it sturdy but sharp.An universal knife whatever you use it for survival,outdoor,spoort or daily,will be your choice.

Product Features

  • Blade matericals 8Cr13Mov,harden to 58-59 HRC.Sturdy build with 1.5mm thickness stainless steel,more stronger.but sharper like a Razor
  • SPECS: 8″ Overall – 3.5″ Blade – 4.5″ Closed – 5.8 ounces.Handle with clip
  • Specific style by StoneWashed blade finish treatment,not same as others,more smart and special, improved anto-corrosion property.Comfortable handle design,suitable for hand
  • Safety & Sturdy:Security closed with a sturdy piece to hold the blade,not easy to open automatically,but easy to by hand to press a piece.Carefully 3 times sharperning the blade,and more attention to the thickness,make it more sharper but thick enough,not easy broken
  • Be Used for Mulit-place:Compatible size,put in pocket/handbag or hanging on.Outdoor/Hunting/Camping/Climbing etc.Easy to carry,daily use


Anonymous says:

I like this knife. Great knife.opens up fast and locks up,works very well.

Anonymous says:

Amazning knife. This knife is amazing I’m get entertained by doing tricks with this.Thanks.

Anonymous says:

Nice Knife I’ve only had it for less than a day but I am really liking it. The spring assist blade opens easily and the resistance closing it is firm but on overly so. I work at a hardware store so I can see a lot of benefits using this and I look forward to really testing it. Most knives are made out of stainless steel, so they’re all about the same. This one is made in Germany, where I’ve never gotten a bad knife, so I we’ll see. The knife fits very comfortably in my hands, as for the balance, don’t ask…

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