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Model n° LROPOIS121TRU

Laguiole trout fish

114,00 €

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Lifetime warranty

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Stabilized trout fish handle.
Stabilising treatment will protect handle from splitting, stains and other potential troubles that can arise with natural material as fish. It enables uses in all situations including very intensive ones.
Made from two 0.5cm thick pieces, carved by hand to obtain its characteristic curves.

12C27 steel blade (surgical stainless steel), 3mm thick at the heel, with a hardness of 56-57 HRC.
It is ground (giving the blade its bevel), polished and honed.
2 stainless steel plates  are guillochéd and rivetted between the spring and handle to  ensure supple closing of the knife and enduring solidity.

Closed size: 12 cm
Opened size: 22 cm
Weight: 80 gr

Made 100% in Thiers in France
Delivered in a black magnetic box with certificate of origin and lifetime warranty.

This model ranks among the top knives, thanks to its exceptional quality composition. With its innovative design, it will impress art collectors. The handle is made of stabilised trout, which gives it a beautiful polish. The stabilisation allows it to preserve its shine and smoothness over time. Not only that, but the process makes the handle even more solid. The handle is ergonomic and offers a better grip.

Its ultra-resistant blade is also one of its major assets. Measuring 3 mm thick, it is made of 12C27 steel that is resistant to oxidation and impact. With a hardness of 56-57 HRC, it has a long service life and can stand the test of time. The blade is pre-sharpened for a more precise cut. It can keep its sharpness for a long time.

To make the opening and closing more flexible, the manufacturer adds two steel plates between the spring and the handle. After use, the knife can be stored in the black magnetic box supplied with the knife.