The Rike Thor 6 is a remarkable pocket knife with a very outspoken design. The handle of the Rike Thor 6 is milled from one solid block of titanium. This is also called an integral frame. It makes the production of this pocket knife incredibly complicated. The handle needs to be milled from different angles. All with the closest tolerances. No room for error, because the pocket knife needs to move smoothly. Rike is an expert when it comes to this process.
The blade is made from Böhler M390 steel and can easily be opened with the thumb hole or flipper. Rike was namely able to also add ball bearings to this integral frame. The blade is locked by a solid framelock. Another work of art: the end of the lockbar is enhanced with a steel insert that almost prevents wear and tear in the (very) long run.
When you hold the Rike Thor 6 you can immediately see all the references to the human anatomy. The edges of the handle look like bones and even the spine of the blade looks like an actual spine. Because of all the cut-outs in the handle the Rike Thor 6 only weighs 80 grams.
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