- Technical Description
The Geco from Fox Knives and Bastinelli Creations is an extremely exciting piece as it holds a little of something for everyone within its spectacular design.
The blade reminds us of a John Barker Hokkaido but with an even more pronounced drop to the spine, very reminiscent of Bastien's Mako design. This puts the edge at a nice angle for cutting in relation to your hand for more power and performance with less effort. The handle is a nice, ergonomic pistol-grip shape that will work for just about everybody and is solid in just about any grip.
The clip is a deep carry bayonet-style that allows for total concealment in the pocket and is relatively comfortable in the hand when using the knife hard. The Geco is an impressive specimen with an appealing look, excellent ergonomics, and smooth flipping action that is destined to become a rotation favorite.
|Blade Length||3.35" (85 mm)|
|Handle Material||Canvas Micarta with Stonewashed Titanium Lock|
|Locking Mechanism||Frame Lock|
|Pocket Clip||Stainless Steel (Tip-Up, Right Carry)|
|Weight||4.55 oz. (129 g)|
|Designer||Bastien Coves of Bastinelli Creations|
|Cutting Edge||3.35" (85 mm)|
|Closed Length||4.92" (125 mm)|
|Overall Length||8.27" (210 mm)|
|Blade Material||Bohler N690Co Stainless Steel|
|Blade Thickness||0.118" (3.0 mm)|
|Blade Style||Modified Tanto|