Opinel No.7 Folding Locking Knife
Opinel was founded in 1890, in Savoie France by Joseph Opinel.
Today the company retains the original values of simplicity, reliability and value. An Opinel is purchased every 10 seconds.
The Opinel No.7 knife comes in either" Footprints", "Leaves", "Stars", "Waves","Snowflake" or "Hearts" design and is a folding locking knife featuring a Boxwood handle and an 8cm 12C27 Sandvik modified Stainless Steel blade. The wooden handle has animal footprints or leaves embossed on to it.
Locking - Safety ring VIROBLOC to prevent the knife from closing on your fingers and from opening accidently whilst in transit.
Advantages: Stainless steel blade, holds its edge longer than carbon steel blade. Virobloc system to prevent closing when in use and prevents the blade opening when in transit. Thick blade therefore easier to open.
Disadvantages: Harder to sharpen than carbon steel blade. Cannot be carried in a public place due to blade length and locking mechanism.
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