The GiantMouse GMF2 Knife was designed by Anso and Vox. These well-known knife designers drew their inspiration from the knives they grew up using in Denmark. This knife offers a comfortable grip for maximum blade control, and truth be told, the contoured handle just feels good in your hand. This knife can cut rope, whittle wood, or slice a tomato for your lunchtime BLT. It is the perfect tool for outdoor or indoor knife-related tasks of any size.
GiantMouse Knives are dreamed up from the minds of Jens Anso and Jesper Voxnaes. These quality-made knives are available in a wide variety of styles. Find the perfect one for you today at Blade HQ!
I also love this knife. It’s a little smaller than I expected but that’s not the knife’s fault. Previous review is spot on about the scales around the lanyard hole but honestly, it doesn’t really bother me. What I like most about the knife is the fit & finish; I’m not a blade connoisseur but you can tell everything is just put together well from quality materials. The sheath is gorgeous! For me, this knife is expensive but it is exactly what I was looking for.
Just received my new GMF2. First, I LOVE this knife. The form is elegant, the edge is great, the blade shape is beautiful, the rounding of the tang is smooth, and the handle is ... almost perfect. Two things that I think are ridiculous on a $165 knife. There's no sharpening ricasso. The edge goes all the way, and your stones will bump into the flare to the full width of the blade. Second, and worse, is the fact that the scales do not wrap all the way around the lanyard hole. The result is 4 little points that dig into your hand. In a full hammer grip, it's fine. But any pistol grip or using the index finger on the blade jimping results in the exposed points of the pommel digging into your palm. This is what the product pictures on GM's site look like, so this isn't a fluke. So close to a brilliant design, with a terrible flaw in the grip.