Robert Klaas Kissing Cranes Small 2-Blade Pocket Folder with File - 445200
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RK445200: Kissing Cranes Small 2-Blade Pocket Folder with File
The Kissing Cranes small pocket folder is a classed-up Swiss Army knife that you will be proud to carry and use everyday. It's got a nail file and large/small pen blades that are very easy to manipulate in and out of the handle. It's extremely easy to carry at only 5.15 mm thick and an overall length of 2.7". An awesome pocket knife made by Robert Klaas and imported to the KnifeCenter from Solingen, Germany.
Each original Klaas pocket knife, made in Solingen with bergischer passion, is unique!
Why is that?
Certainly there are many knife manufacturers all over the world. Some of you create quality pocket knife and maybe also have beautiful and modern machinery. However, only very few have mastered the ability to produce mainly a pocket knife in a factory in honest craftsmanship.
For the production of Robert Klaas pocket knives they use no parts from injection molding or die casting. The nickel-silver jaws are shaped, for example, on the "thick Loni" - a monster press -
and the springs and brass stamped from their own tools.
After more than 100 different operations an original Klaas knife comes together made from quality materials, created by experienced professionals, extremely durable, and with edge retention of high quality.
- Large Pen Blade
- Small Pen Blade
- Nail File
- Main Blade Length: 2"
- Closed Length: 2.7"
- Handle Thickness: 5.15 mm
- Handle Material: Stainless Steel
- Weight: 1.0 oz.
- Made in Solingen, Germany
UPC Code: 420136
One of the older steel Capitals of the World: Solingen, Germany produces some of the best Kitchen knives and straight razors money can buy.