Mora calls this their Craftline Carpentry Chisel, but it looks more like a chisel knife to me. Dewalt has something similar – their side-strike chisel – and I’ve seen some pry bars that looked like this too.
It features a chisel-edge, and a chisel-edged blade, both beveled on one side. The spine is unground, which Mora says is rugged and value-oriented.
Makes sense – why grind and polish the spine if there’s no functional benefit? Mora knives are often abotu utility and utility at low pricing, without a sacrifice in quality.
The chisel has a TPE rubber handle for grip, and comes with a hard plastic sheath.
User reviews seem pretty positive. If you don’t care for the chisel tip, there’s a similar Craftline Pro knife with a traditionally-shaped knife blade.
Sale Price: $9.74
Certain colors of Mora Companion Knives also look to be discounted. Companion knives are excellent, featuring good grips and stainless steel blades. There are plenty of options available, but I like the SS ones especially.