Fällkniven Rl1 Elforyn Supertusk Rl1Ey Folding Knife
Interestingly, it was Bob Loveless himself who claimed to have been inspired by Scandinavian knife designs. The fact that the Swedish brand Fällkniven is now inspired by his work comes full circle.
The Fällkniven RL1 can be opened with two hands. A subtle notch in the nail ensures that you have enough grip to open the blade. A linerlock ensures that the knife does not accidentally close. Therefore, you can get to work safely. Whether you"re gutting small game, cooking at camp, doing chores around and around the house, or peeling an apple, the RL1 can do it all.
The blade is made from Elmax steel, a type of wear-resistant steel that retains its sharpness for a long time. It is also quite strong, stainless and at the same time also easy to sharpen. So a great type of steel. Add the fact that Fällkniven has used a convex sharpening for this knife and you know what an amazing tool this is. Convex sharpening is perfectly balanced between cutting performance and solidity. The best way to maintain this edge is by honing.
The handle of this edition is made from Elforyn Supertusk, a remarkable synthetic material that was designed to closely resemble ivory. The very subtle marking seen when looking at ivory from the side can also be seen on this material. But completely artificial.
The Fällkniven RL1 comes in an impressive box with case.
- Blade length: 7.1 Centimeter
- Weight: 70 Gram
- Handle material: Elforyn
- Steel type: Elmax