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Mora Craftline TopQ Precision Knife
Mora Craftline TopQ Precision Knife

Mora Craftline TopQ Precision Knife

£10.7917 Inc VAT
(Approx $13.732)
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The Mora Craftline TopQ Precision Knife is made from the finest-quality Swedish Stainless Steel. Offering a very thin and tapered blade this knife has been designed for fine jobs, including whittling and shaping blanks of wood, but its also useful for carpenters, and as a utility knife. The blade is exceptionally sharp, and the patterned, double-moulded, high-friction handle is designed to be efficient, comfortable and safe to use.

Morakniv Craftline TopQ Precision Spec:

  • Blade Thickness: 2.0mm
  • Blade Length: 75mm
  • Overall Length: 191mm
  • Weight: 99g
  • Black plastic sheath included
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"Handy little knife for fine carving jibs. Unusual handle,gives a soft, tactile grip, to prevent slipping, and was extremely comfortable, even for an extended period of time. As you'd expect from Mora, it's tough from trip to tang and super sharp on arrival. The sheaf is the usual tough plastic- it's a solid, tight fit, and sticks a little when removing the knife from it- could be an issue with younger or less experienced knife- weilders, as a decent amount of force is needed to unsheath, a and it's an accident hotspot. Only one slight gripe- the tactile handle is sticky, in an effort to prevent slippage. Trouble is, after a few minutes' whittling it's covered in shavings, which are difficult to remove and it gets a little annoying. That said, it's a small whinge for me, as I've really enjoyed using this knife so far- I've made a small bowl and a spoon- and envisage much future usage. Well worth the 15 or so paid."

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