The Kershaw Pub pocket knife is the ideal drinking buddy: bottle opener, screwdriver, knife, and a carabiner so it doesn't go astray at the end of the evening. What more could you ask for? This innovative design by the Belarusian Dmitry Sinkevich fulfils all our wishes.
The sheepsfoot/wharncliffe blade is made from 8Cr13MoV steel, an excellent type of steel that retains its sharpness well. The stonewashed finish masks the traces of use: ideal for a key ring pocket knife. When opened, a detent ball keeps the blade in place. So it's a kind of slipjoint that doesn't lock completely.
When you have the blade half open, the opening of the carabiner will be released. You can then hang it on your key ring. As long as the blade is closed, the carabiner is also closed. Sorted! On the other side of the handle you'll find the bottle opener and a flat screwdriver. It can also be used as a pry bar.
All in all, the Kershaw Pub is an ideal backup knife to have with you at all times. Cheers!
|Right or left-handed||symmetrical|
|Blade shape||sheep foot, wharncliffe|
Thursday 7 December 2017
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