Opinel N010 Hawkbill Pruning Knife Folding 3.25" Sandvik 12C27 Blade, Beechwood Handle - OP13110


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Part #: OP13110 | Opinel Knives
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OP13110: N010 Hawkbill Pruning Knife, Stainless Steel
With its curved blade beveled on both sides the Opinel N010 pruning knife is the ideal tool for grape-picking, shrub pruning or cutting ties. Stabilized beechwood is ultra resistant and comfortably contoured to fit the hand. The blade is made from 12C27 Sandvik Stainless steel, which will not rust, however try to avoid leaving your Opinel knife in damp environments for too long and dry the blade after each use. This knife does not lock in the closed position.
  • This knife features the Virobloc Safety ring. The Virobloc safety ring was invented and implemented in 1955. This simple yet effective locking system greatly improved the original knife.The ability to help prevent the blade from opening when closed was added to the Virobloc in 2000.
  • Blade Length: 3.25"
  • Blade Steel: 12C27 Sandvik Stainless Steel
  • Overall Length: 8.0"
  • Handle Material: Beechwood
  • Weight: 2.6 oz.
  • Made in France

UPC Code: 3123841131102

Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Utilizes a wide variety of alloys but all contain a minimum of 10.5% Chromium content. Stainless steels will not corrode, rust, or oxidize but are not completely stain-proof so the title is somewhat of a misnomer.
Wood Handles
Wood Handles
Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
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3 out of 5
Rhode Island
May 24, 2015
Pros: Lock Type, Ease of Opening, Weight, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Lock Ease of Use, Sheath, Handle Feel, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Very specific tool
This knife is good for pruning, but very little else. If you own grapes or citrus, this is your tool. I thought I might be able to use it for several things, but really it's strictly for drupes and heavy tropical fruits. Holds a good edge. Oh, do not get the handle soaking wet, as it will swell and the blade will be almost impossible to open for two days until it dries.
3 out of 5
Indio CA
Mar 28, 2013
Pros: Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness, Handle Feel, Handle Material, None
Cons: Lock Type, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
hawkbill blades
This knife has the deep curve that I want but it also has some shortcomings. The body of the blade is rather thin, which makes it a little light weight for some of the heaver cuts I make. I use a knife like this during pollination season in date palms. The knife id perfect for the cut to thin the flowers, but a little light to trip the stray date thorn that has grown in the last couple of months. Also the lock is a twist of a second collar ring that wedges into the butt of the blade. It does not snap into locked position, but uses the wedge compression. It is not as secure as other types of blade locks, nor as sturdy. It does come with a nice edge and it does take a good edge with a hone. Works well for thinning grape of tomatoes, would give it a 4.5 for that, but too light weight for date palms.
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