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Delilah's P.E.C.K.™ (or Precision Engineered Compact Knife) is Ed's baby, weighing less than 1 oz. and only 2.625 inches long when closed. Just think of it as a sweet little K.I.S.S.® When open, the graceful 1.75" Razor-Sharp Wharncliffe blade is a high-performance cutting tool suited for hundreds of daily tasks.
- P.E.C.K.™ – Precision. Engineered. Compact. Knife.
- Less Is More: Innovative two-piece design: Blade and frame
- Minimizes Reflectivity: Bead blast finish reduces reflection
|Blade Length||1.70" (43.05 mm)|
|Blade Finish||Bead Blast|
|Blade Thickness||0.09" (2.21 mm)|
|Overall Length||4.31" (109.55 mm)|
|Closed Length||2.66" (67.44 mm)|
|Weight||0.90 oz. (25.51 g)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Frame Lock|
Delilah's P.E.C.K.™ (or Precision Engineered Compact Knife) is Ed's baby, weighing less than 1 oz. and only 2.625 inches long when closed. Just think of it as a sweet little K.I.S.S. When open, the graceful 1.75" Razor-Sharp Wharncliffe blade is a high-performance cutting tool suited for hundreds of daily tasks.
A thumb stud is used to one-hand open the blade, and as the blade is fully rotated open, the frame lock snaps crisply in behind the blade to give a sound lockup. The blade can be closed with one hand, simply by releasing the frame lock.
The blade features a Wharncliffe grind on the front and flat on the backside—so that when the blade is closed onto its handle/frame, the precision fit effectively "seals" the cutting edge to the frame, even though it's exposed. Both blade and frame are 420J2 stainless steel in a fine bead-blast finish.
The design of the K.I.S.S.® series pocket/money clip permits them to be used in a variety of ways: clipped to the pocket; as a money clip knife; and with split-ring or lanyard, as a key chain knife.
In the wake of the success of the K.I.S.S.® and P.E.C.K.™, a flock of imitators has appeared; none offers the simple elegance of Ed Halligan's original design, and none offers the value of CRKT® quality manufacturing. In fact, the more Ed's design is imitated, the better it looks.
Ocean Springs, Mississippi
The second knifemaker to ever work with us, “Big Daddy K.I.S.S.” knew his way around CRKT® headquarters and a 747. After years using tools as an aircraft mechanic, Ed founded Halligan Knives in 1985. He went on to earn a Mastersmith rating from the American Bladesmithing Society and invented the often imitated, never duplicated, legendary, K.I.S.S.® (Keep it Super Simple) knife series. Ed passed in 2014. His immeasurable contribution to knife-craft is greatly celebrated…and deeply missed.