The reputation and flair of Damascus knives stretches back over 17 centuries to legends of Damascus blades cutting through a rifle barrel and slicing a strand of hair in two. The modern technique of creating Damascus steel involves forging together multiple layers of steel to create a strong and remarkable blade. At Knife Depot, you can spice up your knife by opting for the distinctive markings of Damascus steel. Our assortment of Damascus knives includes everything from kitchen cutlery and pocket knives to Bowie knives.
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I love the damascus knives. I was a great gift for a reward for a successful project we had going on. My employees and or contractors are always pleasantly surprised when they receive a gift of damascus.
I love the knife. It's better than I expected.
This would've got 5 stars , it's a fine looking knife , opens and locks as expected, but, it was near impossible to depress the unlocking tab without two thumbs or pushing it against a table edge to get it to budge. I bought this as a gift, but now it sits in a drawer, looking good, but waiting for me to spend more time breaking that tab in a bit more. ( it is starting to loosen up with use)
Excellent knife. Love size and weight. Own several other Boker knives they make a great product.
The knife looks hand made and it does have potential. It looks like it was rushed and some of the finer, more detailed aspects that could make this good knife into a great knife have been skipped. The knife is reasonably sharp however the angle is way too extreme. I am in the process of hand sharpening the blade and I expect to end up with a small, functional hunting knife with a good blade that I will use when hunting kangaroos and small game on my visits to Australia.
The knife is difficult to flip even after taken apart and cleaned/ reoiled. The jimping on the top front of the knife is very sharp and the flipper is located in the middle of the jimping such that it prevents the flipper from from being actuated without hurting your finger. A very poor design. The knife also has three holes going all through both sides of the carbon fiber scales toward the top rear of the knife. There is NO apparent reason for these holes as far as I can see. From the pictures it was difficult to tell that they were holes instead of screws. Kind of a surprise. Blade is not real sharp either. I think this one should go back to the drawing board. On the positive side, the blade centering was good and the overall appearance of the knife would be OK if it we're not for the three holes in the carbon fiber.