Skip to Store Area:

Old School Knife Works - Culpepper & Co.

8285 Georgia Road - Otto, NC 28763

Open Monday-Friday 8:30 till 5:30 EST
Saturday 10:00 till 5:30 EST

Boker 01MM009 Filmam Canivette Com Garfo

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

More Views

Boker 01MM009 Filmam Canivette Com Garfo

Be the first to review this product

Availability: In stock.

Regular Price: $19.99

Special Price: $17.99

Add Items to Cart Add to Cart

Quick Overview

Blade Material / Shape: AISI 420 Stainless Steel/ Spear Point Blade w/Fork & Knife Opener

Handle Jigging / Material: Beech Wood

Blade Length: 2 1/2"

Overall Length: 5 1/2"

A handy picnic knife, or a stylish all-around tool. The Canivete Com Garfo (pocket knife with fork and bottle opener) makes easy work of a meal on the go. Friction folder (does not lock). Established in 1870, the Filmam Manufactory in Palacoulo, Portugal, has excelled in manufacturing variations of the essential work knife, while offering an outstanding price-performance ratio. The simple design, developed for agricultural work, has evolved over many generations in function and form. The stainless steel used in these knives comes from Germany (Thyssen Krupp), is AISI 420, and is specially treated using a traditional method of high quality temper with more than 56 degrees of hardness. This impressive, satin finished steel has molybdenum vanadium silicium and carbon. With the right precision, these components make the stainless steel very durable, rust resistant, flexible and easy to use. The handles are crafted of a fine beech wood, from France, and are treated with a special polish that provides added resistance and durability. The nature of beech wood (very light yet very strong) makes it a popular choice for pocket knives and provides a smooth and comfortable grip. The unique functionality of these knives is also sure to impress, with the metal collar that serves as an additional safety feature.

Made in Portugal


Add Your Tags:
Add Tags
Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.