The Extrema Ratio Resolza S is based on the classic Resolza pocket knife from Sardinia. Elongated and slender, with a rounded belly and sharp point, thin grind and razor-sharp edge: these are the hallmarks of a Resolza. This Extrema Ratio Resolza is a perfect example.
The island of Sardinia has a history that dates back centuries when it comes to cutting tools, ranging from swords to pocket knives, and from daggers to sabres. The Resolza is a classic within that knife culture. It's the knife everyone carries. A Resolza always comes in handy for daily tasks, food preparation and more. This modern incarnation brings to mind a deluxe, tactical steak knife.
The blade is made from Böhler N690 steel. This is a very corrosion-resistant steel with good sharpness retention. It has a remarkable thin grind, which makes it an excellent tool for food preparation and other detailed tasks. The handle is made of anticorodal, a special aluminium alloy that is highly corrosion-resistant. The Resolza is extremely lightweight. When opened, the blade is locked in place by a liner lock. You use two hands to open the Extrema Ratio Resolza. This means you're allowed to carry it around with you in many different European countries.
|Finish blade||Black Oxide MIL-C-13924|
|Right or left-handed||right-handed|
|Blade shape||clip point|
Johann Trollmann, Ginsheim
Friday 29 November 2019