EKA Swede 8

EKA Swede 8

EKA Swede 8

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About EKA Swede 8

The EKA Swede 8 is a manual folding knife that can fill all of your needs, whether it's for hobbies or professional life. The Scandinavian ground blade has an extremely sharp edge with no lack of durability. Features:Swedish Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel, drop point blade with a satin finish.Bubinga handle, which is an African Rosewood.Rugged black nylon belt sheath with snap closure.

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Brand EKA
Category Folding Knives
Overall Length 7.30"
Blade Length 3.15"
Blade Thickness 0.11"
Blade Material Sandvik 12C27
Hardness 57-59 RC
Blade Style Drop Point
Blade Grind Hollow
Finish Satin
Edge Type Plain
Handle Length 4.15"
Handle Material Wood
Color Wood
Weight 3.50 oz.
User Right Hand, Left Hand
Sheath Leather
Knife Type Manual
Opener Nail Nick
Lock Type Lockback
Model Swede 8
Model Number 618808 618108 618908
Country of Origin Sweden
Best Use Everyday Carry
Product Type Knife
Frame/Liner Stainless Steel

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A nice knife,if you could sharpen it.

Karl H.
4 years ago

This knife was well made,and has a nice finish,but it is impossible to sharpen.I've tried two different diamond rods,and one ceramic rod,and different angles,but it's still dull.I've had no problems with two Kershaw models made with Sandvik.Not sure what's wrong with this one.

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