The Eye of Ra from Bestech Knives takes obvious inspirations from Egyptian mythology. In Egyptian mythology, the Eye of Ra is the feminine counterpart to Ra, the sun god, and is a destructive, often independent extension of his power. Use this flipper knife as an extension of your own power, cutting through whatever you need to with its tough D2 tool steel blade. Its handle, made from G-10 with steel liners, bears a cutout symbolizing the goddess the knife is named after. This knife is perfect for Egyptian mythology enthusiasts as well as anyone looking for a quality pocket knife that won't break the bank.
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This is a great-looking knife. It has a lot of class that seems to ride in your pocket just right. I am a big fan of Bestech knives. The quality and practical use are outstanding. I've been buying knives for a long time and find Bestech the way to go This knife is powerful and strong and is a great workhorse. Buy one, you can not go wrong.
Wanting something different for my collection, this Bestech design--especially in this color pattern--totally caught my eye. (wink, wink!) Compared to the other color offerings, the Eye of Ra in green with gold accents is the most fitting of its name. The other colors just seem blah in comparison. However, the black with blue accents looks appealing, but as far as an Egyptian-themed knife goes, this is the clear winner. Putting the flashy--dare I say, even semi-gaudy--appearance to the side, it's actually a wonderful knife. The action is smooth and snappy. It feels great in the hand. And the blade shape is very versatile. I like the cutouts in the handle, less for their looks but more for their hidden function. These make for nice gripping areas where the fingers can dig in and hold on a little bit better. For example, if I want to use my knife with my left hand, where I lose the pocket clip that I'm used to leveraging for control, I gain the use of the cutouts to secure the knife instead. Now I'm wondering why all knives don't have some sort of cutout or ambidextrous/alternative design in case we need to switch hands. Overall, it's a wonderful knife that will serve a variety of EDC needs--but with a bit of flair. Enjoy the slice!