Morakniv Classic No 2 Wood Handle Utility Knife with Carbon Steel Blade, 4.2-Inch

June 24, 2014

The Morakniv Classic No 2 Wood Handle Utility Knife comes with a carbon steel blade and is one of the classic knives that are made by the Swedish manufacturers Mora.

Mora has been in the business of making knives that are trusted by wood carvers and carpenters for more than a hundred years now, and that means that their knives are highly reliable and efficient. If a knife from Mora has been made with the sole intention of carving wood, then you know that that is exactly what it’s going to do.[easyazon-image align=”right” asin=”B004D6H1WC” locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]

Features of the Morakniv Classic No 2 Wood Handle Utility Knife with Carbon Steel Blade, 4.2-Inch

The Morakniv Classic NO 2 Wood Handle Knife has the following features:

  1. a carbon steel blade that is stainless
  2. a red ochre wooden handle that adds to the functionality and aesthetics of the knife
  3. A plastic sheath that also contains a belt clip
  4. a one-year warranty

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B004D6H1WC” locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]The features of this knife are an enough guarantee of the superior quality of the knife. The carbon steel that Mora uses to manufacture its knives is hard, tough and sharpens so easily. It also holds the sharpness for longer, something that adds to the overall durability of the Morakniv Classic No 2 blade. Steel with high amounts of carbon is usually preferable in tools that need constant regrinding. This is because carbon steel is harder than the normal stainless steel. This extraordinary hardness allows the blade to hold the sharpness for longer.

The handle on the Morakniv Classic No 2 Wood Handle Utility knife with carbon steel is designed to be adding to the ergonomics of the knife as well as appeal to the eyes. It is made from birch wood which is red in color.

[easyazon-image align=”right” asin=”B004D6H1WC” locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]The knife also comes with a sheath that has a belt clip allowing you to easily attach it to your pants. This is not only ‘cool’ but also allows for easier access to the knife whenever you need it.

Blade Measurements

The Morakniv Classic No 2 Wood Handle Utility Knife with Carbon Steel Blade has a blade thickness of 0.08’, length of 4.2’ and weighs 86 grams. The total length of the knife (blade plus handle) is 8.3’.

The Morakniv Classic No 2 is best used for cutting and shaping twigs as well as other tasks that a backpacker might find fit to use the knife with.

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Morakniv Craftline Q Allround Fixed Blade Utility Knife with Sandvik Carbon Steel Blade, 3.8-Inch

June 1, 2014

The Mora Craftline Q Allround bush knife is one high quality knife from a family of Mora Craftline knives that share some very superb characteristics. As opposed to knives that are conventionally made for use in survival or camping, the Mora Craftline Q Allround is an all-round knife that is inexpensive and suited for almost any task out there.

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B0090UW9E6″ locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]The fact that Mora offers its knives at an all-time low price has made the knife very popular among bushcrafters and woodcarvers. The idea behind the Craftline knives from Mora was to make them utilizable by tradespeople in the industrial and construction sectors. The Mora Craftline knives offer different styles, blade lengths and handles to suit users’ different tastes.

The Morakniv Craftline Q Allround knife features a carbon steel blade. Carbon steel is more durable than stainless steel and therefore more preferable in items that require frequent regrinding. It holds the sharpness on the edges for longer, thus minimizing the number of times that the knife needs to be regrind.

[easyazon-image align=”right” asin=”B004GAVOUU” locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]You get a free plastic sheath when you buy the Morakniv Craftline Q Allround. The sheath is however a little narrower than what you might be used to with the USA made sheaths. This is because belts in Europe tend to be narrower than the belts in the US. The narrowness can however be overcome with a little heat and use of the sheath.

Features of the Morakniv Craftline Q Allround Knife

  1. Comes with a fixed blade that is made from carbon steel
  2. Has a plastic handle that is designed to improve ergonomics
  3. Comes with a plastic sheath that has a belt clip
  4. 1-year warranty from the manufacturer[easyazon-image align=”right” asin=”B0040VV98M” locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]
  5. suitable for persons in the construction and industrial work


The Morakniv Craftline Q Allround knife has a blade that is 0.08” thick and 3.8” long. The total length of the knife, counting the blade and the handle, comes to 8.2” and the weight of the knife is 97 g (3.4 oz).

Mora has always designed their knives to give the best ergonomics for whatever the knife is intended for. If you are looking for a high quality knife at the most affordable price, the Morakniv Craftline Allround Fixed Blade Utility Knife is with no doubt one of the best picks in the market.

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Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch

May 10, 2014

Mora has for a long time now distinguished themselves as world leading manufacturers of high quality bush survival knives that retail at very pocket-friendly prices and the Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade; 4.1-Inch is one such knife.

[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B004TNWD40″ locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]The Morakniv Companion is an all-weather all round knife that every outdoor enthusiast will find irresistible. It has a patterned grip that offers very smooth friction as well as allowing you to effectively balance the knife in your palm.

The blade is a 4.1 inches long shaft of carbon steel, which according to Mora is the strongest type of carbon available in the market today. The Sandvik steel, as it is popularly known, is a form of stainless steel that contains very low and fine deposits of carbide. This not only makes the blade tougher but also ensures that it holds its sharp edge for a longer time.

[easyazon-image align=”right” asin=”B00BTJKB00″ locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]The Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Knife has been designed with the outdoor lover in mind. It can effectively be used in marine operations, construction, camping, fishing and a variety of other outdoor activities. In a nutshell, if it is a task that is tougher on other knives, Morakniv Companion with its Sandvik Carbon and 4.1 inches blade will easily take care of it.

Features of the Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife

  1. Made from Sandvik steel, which is the toughest steel in the market
  2. comes with a manufacturer-provided one-year warranty
  3. The handle is patterned and offers very high friction that ensures the knife remains firmly in your palm when you are working
  4. comes with a free plastic sheath that has a belt clip

These features are only but the icing on the cake. You need to lay your hands on the Morakniv Companion Knife from Mora to understand just how efficient of a knife it is.[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B00EAL1090″ locale=”us” height=”122″ src=”” width=”160″]


Like every other Mora knife, the Morakniv Companion has been designed with measurements that make for safe, efficient and ergonomic use of the knife. The blade has a thickness of 0.10” and a length of 4.1”. The total length of the knife is 8.6” and the overall weight comes to 116 grams. If you have shopped for knives before, then you know that these are more than the ideal measurements for a knife that is intended for all-round use like the Morakniv Companion is.

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Mora of Sweden Clipper 840 Carbon Steel Knife

February 24, 2014

Mora of Sweden, an extremely renowned company in the history of knife making, is back with another hit product. Mora knives are known for their quality products rather than style. All Mora knives look very simple (yet the most elegant), are of superfine quality and remarkable in their performance. The Swedish has unrevealed one of the finest knives with its new Clipper 840 knife that is made up of Carbon steel, making it a versatile knife for different adventure purposes. Let’s have a look on the key features of this product.


Product Description

Mora Clipper 840 Carbon Steel knife can be used for variety of adventure purposes. It’s an all-rounder knife with carbon steel blade technology. Following is a complete description about this product.

  • The blades are made up of carbon steel which is quiet strong and lasts for sufficient period when kept under adequate conditions.
  • The thickness of the blade is 0.8 inches, length of the blade is 3.9 inches and the total thickness of this knife is 8.5 inches.
  • The handle is made up of rubber and provides quiet efficient and ergonomic gripping.
  •  The sheath is made up of fused plastic.
  • The Carbon Steel blade (of 1095 type) is hardened to 59-60 on the regular Rockwell Scale.
  • There is also a checkered design on the rubber handle which promotes increased gripping and prevents slipping.
  • The knife also has a finger protection area.
  • It has a molded belt sheath with a unique water drain hole.
  • The handle also has a red colored trim.
  • The plastic sheath contains a belt hook which can be tucked onto your belt and can be carried away easily.


The best thing about the product is that, it is extremely cheap in its price, regardless of the high performance function it performs.

The blades are very sharp with razor sharp technology and can be re-sharpened very easily. The gripping system of the knife is quiet efficient and it also has a checkered design on its rubber handle that gives an extra support to gripping. The knife weighs only 5oz. so it is very light and can be carried away easily for any purpose such as hunting, fishing, construction purposes etc… The knife is great from quality point if view as well as its cost. Extreme precaution should be taken while handling the blades as they are really very sharp when new. The knives can be kept away from rusting by regular oiling and keeping it away from moisture prone areas while not in use. The ergonomic handle makes its really comfortable for use.



The negative point about the product is its plastic sheath which is of very poor quality. The sheath may be easily damaged with little wear and tear. The blades are made of Carbon steel and not stainless steel which makes the blades prone to rusting when kept for long in moist areas. With excessive use, the knife will acquire rust over its entire surface. The design of the knife is kept very simple (as all Mora knives) and not very tacky, however it does solve the purpose of what a knife is made for.

From Where to Buy

The knife can be bought from offline retailers as well as from many online sites which delivers the product at your door step. You can avail the product even at some discounted rates.

The sites from where you can buy the product online are:-

Or you can check for retailers at your nearest location from

What Will Be The Cost?

The cost of Mora of Sweden Clipper 840 Carbon Steel knife ranges from $14.95 to $23. Different sites give different discount on this product. The shipping charge varies from relative location of the product from your place.

Cost on Amazon – $14.99 + Shipping

Cost on Ebay – $18.99 + Shipping



This knife can be used almost for any kind of sports and outdoor activities. Although the product suffers few drawbacks, but it cannot be over looked that all products from Mora are top quality and have superfine edge which solves the basic purpose for which it is made of (unlike other highly priced fancy knives). The product gets an overall rating of 4.7 out of 5.

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Mora knife blanks

January 11, 2014

Do you know why the Mora knifes are so appreciated by those that enjoy camping? Well, in the first place is due to their quality. All Mora knifes are of a very high quality that is capable of pleasing even the most critical people. In the second hand and of course not last one is due to their price. These qualitative knifes are very cheap. You can purchase one of these items in exchange of a few dollars, somewhere around $7-8. They are quite cheap when you consider the many models of knifes that are very expensive and they are not sharp and can break at the smallest touch. Well, because of these two factors, Mora knifes are having their spotlight amid the finest and most popular knifes for adventurers and not only.


Well, there are more advantages for those that have these knifes in their possession. Still, supposing that you actually want to know more about Mora Knife blanks you should read the following phrases. If you want to make an excellent knife out of Mora blanks you must follow some simple steps. Probably you are imagining that this process is difficult, but in fact is not at all. You can easily make a reliable and durable knife from the Mora blanks. So, the following steps are quite simple to follow and if you pay attention to details you can make yourself with an outstanding knife in a very short time.

The first step consists in taping up the edge of the knife. After you’ve done this you must add an extra layer of tape. For the next step you must have at your disposal two solid pieces of wood as you will have to fix the blade vertically amid those pieces of wood. After you finish that for your comfort you must fix the wood blocks on a table or a bench. This way it will be more comfortable for you. After you fixed the blade you must verify if the support is stable and if it is not you must make the necessary adjustments.


Well, if you have at handy a drill press and if you are using a tough wood block, you can use them to drill out the slot of the knife tang. This is possible by making lots of close holes and after that you have to cut the web which is between them. When you will finally get part of a large slot for fixing the knife tang within it, you will have to pour some epoxy within that hole, but don’t use too much because it will ruin everything. After that you must filter the support on the knife, and squeeze the tang in to the hole of the block. For this to be easy you must use a bar or a pipe clamp and in case that you don’t have such things at handy it works even with rubber bands, but they must be large. These things must be used to press the entire mass at once, and an end of the bar or of the clamp must be at the end of the block and the other one must be in your area, so you can handle them easier.


It is quite easy to make a great knife out of Mora knife blanks. You will not spend too much time working on it, it is cheap and you can make the knife that you want. Of course, the wide world of internet will never cease to surprise its users so if you are interests, you should know that you can find lots of video tutorials that explain you how to make a knife out of Mora knife blanks.

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Morakniv Craftline HighQ Allround Fixed Blade Utility Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade and Combi-Sheath

December 26, 2013

Here’s another quality product from Mora of Sweden – the Craftline HighQ Allround. This knife is a high end utility knife that serves all construction and DIY purposes remarkably well. Despite of simplicity in its design, the knife has been regarded as a top quality knife by its users and has also been recommended time and over again for its high performance. Professionals from all over the world have great faith on these knives – they are reliable, elegantly designed and remarkably cheap. This knife is made up of high quality Sandvik steel. The property of this type of steel is that these are made up of finest quality of carbides that result into an extremely hard kind of product which is resistant to any kind of mechanical or environmental damage.

Product Description

Let’s have a glance on the key features of this product:-knife-3

  • The knife has a grey colored rubber handle with a blue colored trim.
  • The rubber handle is ergonomically designed and possess a good gripping system which serves various construction purposes.
  • The thickness of the blade is 2.00mm.
  • The length of the blade is 97mm.
  • The total length of the knife is 213mm.
  • The knife is very light-weighted. The overall weight of the knife is 0.1140 kg (without the sheath).
  • Blades are made of superior quality of stainless steel with Sandvik technology which is hardened to 59-60 RC resulting into ultra-fine carbides.
  • The blade is fixed blade type.
  • The code of the item is 11672.
  • The product comes with a combo-sheath which can be used to put two knives in one sheath easily.
  • The knife also has a drain hole at the base.
  • There’s also a clipper that can be tucked onto your belt securely.



The blades are made up of Stainless steel and hence it is corrosion/rust free. You need not take any special care for keeping the blades in shape. They are sharp for a very long period of time and can be re-sharpened very easily. The sheath is made up of plastic, however the distinguishing factor of this sheath is that it is having twin pocket in which you can put two knives at a time and carry it easily. You can tuck the sheath onto your belt and carry away two knives at a time!

Mora of Sweden also gives a one year manufacturer’s warranty, so that you can get the knife repaired and sharpened any time you want (although it may not be required at such an early stage – such is their perfection!).

The rubber handle is double molded and hence provides good gripping and avoids slipping. The knife is made up of ultra-fine carbides instead of regular sized products which results into razor sharp edges giving excellent cutting performance. Perhaps no knife in this world is better than Mora knives – yet at the cheapest rate possible.


Although the sheath has the feature of twin pockets, it suffers the regular drawback of being poor in quality as it is made up of fused plastic material which is prone to wear and tear with excessive use. Be cautioned while handling the blades as they are razor sharp and slight mishandling can cause hurt and deep cuts. Only if it would have been having a leather sheath, the knife would have perhaps suffered from zero drawbacks.


From Where To Buy

You can buy the knife from different registered retailers, listed at You can also buy this product online from various sites such as:-

Amazon also provides certain combo offers of this product with other knives from Mora at a reduced cost.

What Will Be The Cost?

The knife will cost you around $14.99 to $19 depending upon different retailers and online sites. Some online sites do offer certain discounts, however they do levy on you shipping charges which varies according to the place where you want it to be delivered.

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The knife has been regarded as a high quality and performance knife. The Craftline High Q All Round knife can do all type of work very efficiently – starting from cutting of vegetables and fruits or to be used as a means of heavy utility work like construction, fishing and hunting purposes. A highly recommended knife, this all-rounder gets an overall rating of 4.9 out of 5.

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Morakniv Allround Multi-Purpose Fixed Blade Knife with Sandvik Carbon Steel Blade 4.0 Inch

December 14, 2013

Morakniv is extremely well-known Swedish producer of knives going back to 1891 and has bagged a lot of appreciation for its wide range of products for different uses and high built quality which leads to durability. In this article, we’ll review the Morakniv Allround Multi-Purpose Fixed Blade Knife with Sandvik Carbon Steel Blade and see if the Swedish are successful in carrying on their reputation or this time it’s going to be different. Let’s have a look at some of the key features of the knife first.

  • It is a fixed blade knifeknief-1
  • It has been equipped with Sandvik Carbon Steel blade – Sandvik steel is widely regarded as one of the best ones out there
  • It comes with a plastic sheath belt clip for extra protection
  • Thickness of blade: 0.25cm
  • Length of blade: 4 inch whereas total length of the knife is 9 inches
  • It weighs around 123g
  • Rubber grips (cushioned) with finger guards for good grip and easy use
  • Covered by Morakniv’s 1-year warranty


The design of the knife is nothing special or jaw-dropping but it looks pretty simple and decent which might work for many people out there. The nice handle with cushioned rubber grips and finger guards allow for easy and comfortable grip, something you’ll obviously appreciate because if you can’t get a good grip on the knife then you won’t be able to use it well. Moving to its performance, as with most of the Mora knives this one is no different (which is good) and performs really well for almost every other use you can think of. Users have tried to test its durability and strong built by hammering it right into the trees, cutting some small trees and carving some trees as well but 99.9% of those users were happy with the results – the knife gave a good fight and laughed back at them as it never breaks that easily. You sharp or regrind it and it will be back shining without any compromise on its durability.

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It is strong because of the Sandvik carbon steel blade which is surely the best out of the bests. It’s not very heavy to carry around and the plastic sheath provides some extra protection so you don’t cut or hurt yourself accidentally. At around $10-$12 it is said to be a great contender for many knives that are priced at $20-$25 and the 1-year manufacturer’s warranty is surely welcome but you might not be able to use the warranty because it might never reach that point.


One of the bad things (also a good one) is its design which might be too simplistic for some people, especially for those who like something that looks deadly and killer and some users are not really happy that it feels a bit cheap in your hand, not something premium. Moreover, some users aren’t happy with the fact that the back of the blade is just unfinished or incomplete and the sheath doesn’t fit any standard belt. Additionally, carbon steel knives are prone to rusting; therefore it’s recommended that you coat the blade with patina along with apple cider vinegar or some other oil type. However, none of those sounds like they’re deal breakers because for $10-$12 this knife does a great job and proves worthy of your money.



When it comes to the best knives for less than $20 this one surely wins the race even with those knives that will cost you $20. It’s not a perfect knife and has its flaws which are not something to be worried about considering the very reasonable price of the knife. Therefore, it should be definitely tried!

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Mora of Sweden Clipper 840 Carbon Steel Knife

September 9, 2013

Mora of Sweden Clipper 840 Carbon Steel Knife in Mora of Sweden known to be one the best makers of knives in the world and this time it’s back with Clipper 840 Carbon steel knife. In this article we’ll review the knife and see if the Swedish did their fine work with this knife as well or it’s a different story this time. However, in the end it’s up to you to decide whether 840 will be great for the uses (or abuses to say) you have planned for it. Let’s glance upon its key features.



Key Features of the Mora of Sweden Clipper 840 Carbon Steel Knife

  • Blade is made of high carbon steel
  • Thickness of blade: 0.8 inches
  • Length of blade: 3.9 inches
  • Total length of the knife: 8.50 inches
  • Handle type: Rubber with clipper patterns – good for strong grip
  • Comes with a plastic sheath for extra protection
  • Weighs around 5 ounces – light weighted

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Nice and simple design (might not suite some folks out there) but nothing special. The rubber handle with clipper patterns allow for sturdy grip and it feels comfortable in the hands, so it’s easy to use it as we all know that gripping issues can make it difficult to use a knife to its full potential. Moving on to the blade, it seems to perform quite well thanks to the high carbon steel and thickness of 0.8” which makes it stronger and durable. Many users are happy with the performance of the blade and once you regrind it after a heavy usage its back with more shine and razor sharpness. Another good thing is that 840 is not a hefty knife (at 5 oz.) to carry around and thus makes it a good choice for day-to-day usage, but it shouldn’t be heavy anyways considering the fact that it’s a pretty basic knife.

The plastic sheath you get helps you to get some extra protection for the knife as well as yourself because you never know when an accident happens. Lastly, the price tag on 840 makes it a really good choice for knife users and lovers out there. You can grab it for $15-$16 while some online stores are offering it for $10-$12 as well.

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Let’s talk about some bad things about theMora of Sweden Clipper 840 Carbon Steel Knife. The design is a bit too simple and there’s nothing killer or sexy about the knife. The handle looks solid and feels comfortable but it’s feels a bit cheaper when it’s in your hands. Moreover, some users have also complained that the blade can be easily bent and also get rusted in a short period of time which can be a deal breaker but the problem has not been faced by majority of the users and it seems that it depends upon the usage of the knife. However, the material does rusts easily so you’ll have to take some extra care there. Lastly, the sheath fit seems to be a bit loose to some users and that will be all from the ‘cons’ department.



Overall, the Mora of Sweden Clipper 840 Carbon Steel Knife seems to perform quite well and despite of its flaws it has been more liked than hated and the credit most probably goes to the low price tag because you can find knives for $20-$25 that might not be able to outperform Mora 840. However, whether this knife is for you or not entirely depends upon you but it is recommended that you do give it a try.

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Mora knife steel

July 25, 2013

Mora knife steel blades are built to last and they are snugly fitted with ergonomic handles for a secure grip

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Mora knife steel blades are built to last and they are snugly fitted with ergonomic handles for a secure grip. These blades provide better usage in outdoor life especially when camping or hiking. They are hard enough to withstand any extra pressure when clearing the bushes, skinning the food or when digging holes. It is a breeze holding the handles that allow optimum usage of the cutlery with great comfort to avoid stress and injury. Let’s look at more specifics that make the blade unique especially when combined with innovative unbreakable handles.

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Workplace designs suited for every user

Normally, the length, thickness and durability of the blades are what make them outstanding for every job. Carbon steel is a tough metal that has a lot of benefits. Its stainless nature makes the survival tools to be of great use in outdoor living. Steel is also tough and one can sharpen the knife to get a fully pointed edge. Mostly, the knives come with razor-sharp edges when first bought from suppliers. These qualities make the knives suitable for all type of workplaces. With lots of offline shops and online carts, it is possible to find a knife for light-weight and heavy-duty users in the market today.

Extra Comfort to avoid obvious hand injuries

Mora knife steel blades are usually matched with good comfortable handles that are meant for different purposes. First, the handles have a finger-guard to make sure that there are no chances of injuries. Their ergonomic designs make it comfortable to have a better grip when working for longer periods. Most users enjoy working with the knives because they can choose from the different designs that either come with short or long handles. The survival tools make outdoor-living to be extra comfortable. This maximizes the overall productivity, effectiveness and success of the users at large.

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Full tang designs harden the knives

Although there are some Swedish cutlery that are designed with half tang, most come with full tang to extend the life of the handles. Full tang designs are better suited for heavy duty tasks such as chopping firewood and digging holes on the wilderness without breaking the handle. The unique capability is achieved because the steel blades extend deep on to the handles. This makes the handles to be extra strong in order to absorb the excessive pressure when doing the tasks. Another advantage is fastening of the handles on the tang – there is no risk of it falling off since there is wider surface area.

Great companion in the wilderness

With Mora knife steel blades and the comfortable handles, one can rest assured that there is no risk of surviving in the wilderness and deep woods. The unique tools have been developed through many years of experience and are the essential survival tools during your outdoor adventures. They are very useful when making a temporary resting place, lighting fire and preparing food. The foldable tools are also great for self-defense in case of unpredictable attacks. Finally, the Swedish based knives come with great prices too and are readily available on the market.

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