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Honey Badger Flipper L/R Small - Black YHB1021

Honey Badger Flipper L/R Small - Black YHB1021

Honey Badger Flipper L/R Small - Black YHB1021

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This lightweight knife features a high-quality 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blades with excellent cutting ability and edge retention. The knife has an incredibly smooth, almost frictionless opening and closing action, facilitated by two opposing roller bearings containing a total of 18 ball bearings. The handle is made from an FRN (Fibre Reinforced Nylon) material that features a ridged honeycomb pattern to provide a solid multi-directional grip. Whilst light and of slim width, the knife is extremely tough, resistant to slipping even when wet and fits ergonomically in the hand.

Features
  • Honey comb pattern for multi-directional grip
  • Lightweight, slim design
  • Deep pocket carry clip
  • Resistant to slipping even when wet
  • Fit comfortably in the hand

Blade Thickness: 3 mm
Blade Material: 8Cr13MoV Stainless steel
Handle Material: FRN (Fibre Reinforced Nylon)
Blade Length: 71 mm
Closed Length: 94 mm
Overall Length: 166 mm
Weight: 71 g

Honey Badger

Honey Badger knives are designed to be tough, hard-wearing and reliable in any situation, and that’s exactly what they are. The knives are light-weight, made from the highest quality materials, and boast top of the line opening and locking mechanisms. If a quality knife is what you’re looking for, Honey Badger won’t disappoint.

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