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JOURNEYER™ WITH VEFF FLAT TOP SERRATIONS®
Turn Liong Mah’s new folding everyday carry knife into a virtual fixed knife simply by pulling out the pin tool in the back of the handle and placing it into the blade slot, or you can adjust the tension on the opener. The stonewashed blade arrives in plain edge or with available Veff Flat Top Serrations®. They’ll do the rest for the years of journeys to come.
- Classic Slip Joint
- Stonewashed Blade
- Stored T6 Wrench to Adjust Pivot or Lock Blade
|Blade Length||2.76" (70.10 mm)|
|Blade Edge||Veff Flat Top Serrations™|
|Blade Thickness||0.11" (2.79 mm)|
|Overall Length||6.50" (165.10 mm)|
|Closed Length||3.86" (98.04 mm)|
|Weight||2.90 oz. (82.21 g)|
|Handle||Glass Reinforced Nylon|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Slip Joint|
Designed by Liong Mah, of Palm Bay, Florida, the Journeyer™ with Veff Flat Top Serrations® was born out of necessity. Knife laws in many areas of the world strictly govern blade size and locking mechanisms, leading Mah to the realization that there was a need for a safe and functional folding knife for performing daily tasks.
To lock the Journeyer™ in place, simply pull the T6 torque wrench pin tool from the back of the handle and place it into the blade slot. You can also use it to adjust the tension on the pivot tension. The 2.75” black stonewashed blade is then ready to get to work on the hardest utility tasks—not to mention have your back when it comes to safety. And the glass reinforced nylon handle provides unmatched grip on a knife that you can feel comfortable carrying anywhere.
If you’re looking for a knife to accompany you on trips for years to come, travel with the Journeyer™.
Palm Bay, Florida
If we didn’t know any better, we’d think the English definition of Mah is “practical.” After all, it’s a useful sensibility Liong incorporates into all of his designs, like the new G.S.D.™, the ever popular Eat‘N Tool®, and the 2015 Mah-chete™. As a kid, where others doodled cartoons in their school notebooks, he drew knife designs. Later, having learned CAD, he was able to bring these ideas to life by collaborating with many of the top designers in the industry.