This small fixed blade from Boker Knives is the Little Dvalin. Sporting a gray coated tanto blade with a black G-10 handle, this knife is more than meets the eye.
Dvalin was one of the dwarf blacksmiths that forged the collar of Brisingamen for the Germanic goddess of love, Freya. Just as those dwarves in this Norse mythology put dedicated time and precision into creating this necklace, we can say the same about this Little Dvalin fixed blade. It has a solid, balanced weight for heavy duty cutting and slicing. The D2 blade is strong, tough and holds its edge very well. Included is a Kydex sheath.
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This is currently my second favorite fixed blade I own (the first being Spartan Enyo) however they are for a completely different purpose. The Enyo I carry for self-defense, the Little Dvalin is a knife I can trust for all my cutting, box opening, and bushcrafting tasks. The tanto blade is great for box opening and cutting up cardboard, I much prefer it over a drop point for that task. I’m 5’10” 215lbs with medium-sized hands but have no problem getting a full grip on this knife, the thickness of the handles really helps with that and the jimping on the spine is excellent. I would have liked a scandi grind more but the flat grind is definitely sufficient to get the job done. So far I've used it for cardboard and minor bushcraft tasks including some feather-sticking and it works great. D2 is great tool steel going all the way back to WW2, its more prone to corrosion than something like Aus-8 or 440c but Boker puts a great grey coating on the blade that really protects it and you can add a slight coat of oil to double up protection. This is the first Boker I bought and I am very impressed. I highly recommend this knife and Boker as a company.
I don’t usually don’t take the time to review items online but I am blown away and impressed with the Dvalin. It’s blade shape, and weight the knife has is great. Hats off to the designer. I saw reviews talking about the sheath, I had no issues with getting the clip attached how I wanted, and it’s tight but just had to be used and broken in. Absolute steal at the sales price. Recommending to everyone who wants to carry a fixed blade in their EDC.
Just got it in the mail and I'm allready loving it works great for a work knife and you barely notice you even carrying it only downside is the sheath retention is very strong but could just need broke in very much recommend to anyone looking for a good solid edc fixed blade
This guy really feels solid in the hand, a very satisfying full feeling handle despite its size. Thick bladestock so it screams "use me". Minor thing but the sheath retention was really strong for the first couple times I used it. Looks like the sheath put some scratches on the blade, not a huge deal at this price point for a nice beater knife. If you get your knife stuck in the sheath use a hair dryer on it for a couple seconds. Great value for the money.
Love the knife it’s great and the sheath is also good… but the belt clip is not that good, literally broke on the first day of use. Disappointed to say the least. That being said, I would still recommend.