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Opinel No 10 Lock Knife

£14.125 Inc VAT
(Approx $18.2472)
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Created in 1890, this type of product was the origin of OPINEL. Simple, sturdy and great value, they are ideal multi-purpose tools. The blades are made from high-carbon stee or stainless steell, both of which sharpen easily to a razors edge. This knife is a great choice for anyone wanting a pocket knife of pure quality without breaking the bank.

Opinel Number 10 Specification:

Blade Length: 10cm
Steel: Carbon Steel OR Stainless
Handle: Beech wood handle
Lock:Twist Lock

Not for sale to persons under the age of 18

IMPORTANT: By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over. We will run checks to establish your age, so please enter YOUR correct date of birth at the checkout. Should you enter incorrect information or details of a family member your order will be placed on hold until you contact us and provide us with official forms of ID. If your details don't match with official records, we will not dispatch! This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.


"Bought Stainless Steel to be used for food prep. Typical Opinel blade, sharp from the start. Had an issue with the pivot being too tight and found it difficult to open the blade. This happens when the wooden handle gets wet. It absorbs water and expands. So I soaked the knife in a small tub of (food grade) mineral oil for 2 days. Now there's no problem opening the blade and the handle won't absorb so much water. All good!"

StarStarStarStarStarReview By Rich

"Generally an OK knife, takes a good edge and keeps it for a reasonable amount of use, my biggest issue is the tip of my knife bent as I was cutting thick hemp rope. Luckily this was easily sorted with a few taps of the hammer. The only other thing I've found is the lock ring can be push down the handle if the blade is stuck and you are trying to release it. But for the money a good sharp knife you don't mind using and abusing."

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