The Hubertus saw is longer but because of the bottle opener its effective length is almost 1cm less. Also, the teeth are backwards instead of straight. The Hubertus knives are meant as hunting tools and the saw is a bone saw but it saws wood well enough.PS the corkscrew (on mine) is a nail breaker.PSPS Hubertus knives are handmade and their fit and finish is not perfect like e.g. GEC knives. I don´t mind though.
Any good Sheffield pen knives?
This is a great thread. I had no idea how many companies or countries have/are producing SAK-alikes. Thanks to all who have/are contributing.XFILE -What are those in your pics? Look like good knives; similar to Boker Tech Tool models (which are made in China, as are most Kershaw and other good knives).Rich
Roxon. Look at the single tools. Not at the overall design. You'll fin vic and wenger there. One model would be the roxon storm s801. Pics... when the lockdown will be over
If possible post pics of brands mentioned. I've never heard of Roxon,
Not multi purpose ones. Not any more. Unless you count the British Army Knife. You can still get some decent traditionals (and a few lemons too), but for the ones with scissors and other tools, you need to be hunting around for old stuff. My grail knife has always been a good Sheffield made multipurpose knife with scissors. I've never seen the condition I want at the right price though.
No scissors, but everything a gentleman would need on horseback in the 19th C.Rich
Hi, I'm a newbie here, first post. I have a few that haven't been mentioned. Richartz, Giessen & Forsthoff, both from Solingen. Use of the name Solingen on the tang is protected by law now, kind of like how sparkling wine can only be called "champagne" if it comes from a certain region. I don't have access to it now, but I have at least one old East German knife that came from the factory that became Adler. I can take some pics if it's of interest.Steve