Named for the fastest circuit in the Formula One calendar, the Monza from Italian knifemaker Sandrin Knives lives up to the legacy with smooth manual action and seamless one-handed use. Dual thumbs studs and an ambidextrous Recoil Lock enable right- and left-hand use while preventing accidental opening. What really sets the Monza apart is the blade. The drop point blade looks like brushed steel but is actually polyhedral tungsten carbide, a material with unparalleled edge retention and complete rust resistance. To give this tungsten carbide blade its unique finish, the metal was ground with fine diamonds—the only material hard enough to make a dent. For superior performance in a slick EDC package, get the Monza from Sandrin Knives!
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