W.R. Case you probably already know — they are an American maker of high-quality knives with a hundred-and-twenty year reputation on the line.
But this knife you may not have seen before.
It’s a peanut knife featuring a just-under-three inch blade that made of Tru-Sharp Surgical Steel. Case tests this knife ‘XX’ which is a long-standing tradition of double-testing each knife blade for quality.
The handle is made of Corelon, a tough-as-nails plastic derivative that provides a firm grip as well as durability. The look of the handle is Brazilian Rainforest, an attractive shimmering style. If you’re going to have plastic that looks like wood, might as well make it Brazilian Rainforest wood, right?
The bolsters are nickel silver and match the Case inlay shield.
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