- Technical Description
Trusted for its durability, scratch resistance and a softer feel when in hand, it’s little wonder that Micarta’s growth in the knife industry has made it a contemporary favorite. The Seahorse Whittler features three blades; Wharncliffe, Pen, and Coping blades. The Wharncliffe blade makes for an excellent general-purpose utility knife. From handymen requiring a quick and easy go-to tool on the job to office staff opening up boxes, the Wharncliffe blade is the blade of choice. This blade is great for cutting and has a finer edge/point for increased control. The pen blade is great for small detailed uses, especially for everyday use such as opening envelopes and boxes. The coping blade is similar to a Sheepsfoot blade but with an angled point. It is used for making cuts in tight areas or curved cuts. This blade is popular with carpenters and electricians as it is similar to a coping saw but without teeth and can be used to scratch lines in wood or other material.
- Trusted for its durability, scratch resistance and a softer feel when in hand, it’s little wonder that Micarta’s growth in the knife industry has made it a contemporary favorite.
- The Pen blade shape was originally designed to cut and sharpen turkey quills for use as ink pens. Today, it still makes a great blade for light-duty work.
- This is used commonly in carpenter’s knives to scratch lines in wood or other materials. It is also used for carving and whittling.
Note: Because Case Knives company use hand-crafting and natural materials your knife may not look exactly as depicted.
|Pattern Stamp||10355WH SS|
|Handle Material||Black Micarta|
|Blade Length(s)||2.3 in, 1.5 in, 1.5 in|
|Lock Type||Non-Locking (Slip Joint)|
|Blade Material||Tru-Sharp Stainless|
|Blade Finish||Satin Finished|
|Closed Length||4 in|