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Svord Peasant Knife Folder Slim Black Aluminum Handle (3.25" Plain)

Svord Peasant Knife Folder Slim Black Aluminum Handle (3.25" Plain) Knife Image Thumb
Svord Peasant Knife Folder Slim Black Aluminum Handle (3.25" Plain) Knife Image Thumb
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:8.25"
  • Blade Length:3.25"
  • Cutting Edge:3.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.08"
  • Blade Material:High Carbon Steel
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.125"
  • Handle Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:2.60 oz.
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Lock Type:Friction
  • Brand:Svord
  • Model:Peasant Knife
  • Country of Origin:New Zealand
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Opener:Tang
  • Product Type:Knife
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:8.25"
  • Blade Length:3.25"
  • Cutting Edge:3.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.08"
  • Blade Material:High Carbon Steel
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.125"
  • Handle Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:2.60 oz.
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Lock Type:Friction
  • Brand:Svord
  • Model:Peasant Knife
  • Country of Origin:New Zealand
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Opener:Tang
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

The Svord Peasant knife is simple and efficient, just what you need in a hard-working knife. It features a two-tone finished steel drop point blade to handle all your cutting chores. The blade features a lanyard hole on the tang and is non-locking. The slim, lightweight handle is black anodized aluminum. The Peasant knife from SVORD Knives is handcrafted in New Zealand.

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Customer Reviews

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Matt L.
07-30-2019
The Svord Peasant Knife is certainly different than your typical knife. Some of the more interesting differences are 1. Loose construction, I guess New Zealand doesn't believe in making knives that have tight tolerances, because this guy is as loose as a hippy chick. 2. Dull blade, (and jacked up hamon line) while most knives are sharp, the peasant knife thinks that is too mainstream, preferring the less common, dull blade. Seriously. Just try the paper test with this knife. 3. Very uncomfortable grip, is there such a thing as too slim? Yes, yes there is. "it's awfully hard to put down." False. Zero gimping, tons of hot spots, and a handle that is so ridiculously thin, I have no doubt I could break it in half without straining myself. 4. Worst sounding knife ever. Do you like the sound of nails on a chalkboard? How about teeth on metal forks? If so, then I have a knife for you! High carbon steel sandwiched between two thin pieces of aluminum with no washers or lube sounds like a soul being pulled from a body. I deadarse got goosebumps just thinking about the sound while writing this review. Please get the plastic liners or splurge on the wood. To pile on, because of the loose construction (1.), the pins and rivets rattle around like a baby toy. If your car, gun, power tools, or bones rattle, that is a bad sign, same for my knife.
However, the reading material they send you is fun (if not a little misleading) and there is something whimsically simple about this knife. A fun piece of culture from across the big blue, and a wonderfully ditzy throwback to a simpler time. But horrendously impractical and cheap feeling/sounding. Like my old man used to say when eating my mother's cooking, "variety over edibility!" 67/100


Edit: The knife does NOT look like the picture, the second rivet from the blade is way smaller than the first.
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Description
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Reviews

The Svord Peasant knife is simple and efficient, just what you need in a hard-working knife. It features a two-tone finished steel drop point blade to handle all your cutting chores. The blade features a lanyard hole on the tang and is non-locking. The slim, lightweight handle is black anodized aluminum. The Peasant knife from SVORD Knives is handcrafted in New Zealand.

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Specifications

  • Overall Length:8.25"
  • Blade Length:3.25"
  • Cutting Edge:3.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.08"
  • Blade Material:High Carbon Steel
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.125"
  • Handle Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:2.60 oz.
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Lock Type:Friction
  • Brand:Svord
  • Model:Peasant Knife
  • Country of Origin:New Zealand
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Opener:Tang
  • Product Type:Knife
You certainly ARE good enough
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Matt L.
07-30-2019
The Svord Peasant Knife is certainly different than your typical knife. Some of the more interesting differences are 1. Loose construction, I guess New Zealand doesn't believe in making knives that have tight tolerances, because this guy is as loose as a hippy chick. 2. Dull blade, (and jacked up hamon line) while most knives are sharp, the peasant knife thinks that is too mainstream, preferring the less common, dull blade. Seriously. Just try the paper test with this knife. 3. Very uncomfortable grip, is there such a thing as too slim? Yes, yes there is. "it's awfully hard to put down." False. Zero gimping, tons of hot spots, and a handle that is so ridiculously thin, I have no doubt I could break it in half without straining myself. 4. Worst sounding knife ever. Do you like the sound of nails on a chalkboard? How about teeth on metal forks? If so, then I have a knife for you! High carbon steel sandwiched between two thin pieces of aluminum with no washers or lube sounds like a soul being pulled from a body. I deadarse got goosebumps just thinking about the sound while writing this review. Please get the plastic liners or splurge on the wood. To pile on, because of the loose construction (1.), the pins and rivets rattle around like a baby toy. If your car, gun, power tools, or bones rattle, that is a bad sign, same for my knife.
However, the reading material they send you is fun (if not a little misleading) and there is something whimsically simple about this knife. A fun piece of culture from across the big blue, and a wonderfully ditzy throwback to a simpler time. But horrendously impractical and cheap feeling/sounding. Like my old man used to say when eating my mother's cooking, "variety over edibility!" 67/100


Edit: The knife does NOT look like the picture, the second rivet from the blade is way smaller than the first.
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