Over at Amazon, the Mora Craftline fixed blade knife is on sale, for $7.65. At this price it’s around $3 cheaper than the other colors.
Mora is a very popular brand of inexpensive no-nonsense fixed blade knives.
This model, the Craftline, has a 3.6″ high carbon steel blade, and an impact-resistant TPE rubber handle for optimized grip. There’s a large finger guard, for added safety. it comes with a plastic sheath.
It’s made in Sweden.
At less than $8, this seems like a real steal. Heck, it’s a great price at the usual $10-12.
These knives are good for general purpose tasks. I’ve heard of them being used around the house, in construction, and for outdoors hobbies and activities.
Mora knives aren’t the fanciest around, but they’re darned good, especially for how much (or little) they cost.
Thanks to Hilton, we now know that the lime green/black version is also on sale for ~$8.
The Mora Companion knife is also a very good knife, and one I have a bit of experience with. It has a slightly longer blade, and you have the option of stainless steel or carbon steel. I like the stainless steel version.
While it’s true that you get what you pay for, Mora knives are among the best values I have ever seen.
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