Rockstead HIGO II TI-DLC (S) Folding Knife 3.5" Mirror Finish Blade, Shiny (Polished) DLC Titanium Handle
Delivers in wooden box, product specification sheet, guarantee policy, wrench for dismantlement.
A quick glance at the knife shows that Rockstead sets it apart from other knives. It's no exaggeration to say that there is just a single point of haze-free mirror-finished convex blades, a perfect curve that humans difficult to make, and there is no higher-quality knife. The HIGO II knife features some changes to the HIGO JH design, mainly these beautifully milled titanium scales. The blade is YXR7 carbon steel with a black DLC mirror finish. This knife has a blade angle of 30° near the half, and 24° near the top with one continuous, gradually reducing angle connecting them. This reducing blade angle is a product of Rockstead's continuing pursuit of superior sharpness. The opening is smooth with a solid titanium liner lock to securely keep the blade locked in place.
This model is a folding knife with a handle that has a wave-like shape. This handle design was inspired by an artisan Ogata Kōrin. Great Japanese painter, traditional Urushi-lacquerer and Designer of the Japanese Rinpa School. Minor change of handle material from duralumin to titanium, it has 2 variations shot finish and gloss finish. The moment you will take the knife in your hand, you will be satisfied with the price.