DAEDALUS™
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DAEDALUS™

Designed by Ken Steigerwalt in Orangeville, Pennsylvania
Ken Steigerwalt's latest series of gentleman's folding knives feel at home next to your favorite money clip. But they really show their worth when it's time to cut something. The Daedalus Folding Knife is named after the skillful craftsman and artist, Daedalus from Greek mythology. Paying homage to its namesake, the Daedalus is concisely crafted and expertly engineered. It opens with a nail nick and includes a non-locking slip joint style lock. Like you, it's ready when needed.
  • Classic Slip Joint Feature
  • "Winged" Mother of Pearl Handle Inlay
  • Satin Blade Finish
$59.99
Rating:
100% of 100
Lifetime Warranty
 
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Blade Length2.24" (56.9 mm)
Blade EdgePlain
Blade Steel8Cr13MoV, 56-60 HRC
Blade FinishSatin
Blade Thickness.09" (2.29 mm)
Closed Length2.91" (73.91 mm)
Weight1.6 oz
HandleStainless Steel w/Mother of Pearl
StyleFolding Knife w/Slip Joint
Overall Length5.15" (130.81 mm)
Ken Steigerwalt's latest series of gentleman's folding knives feel at home next to your favorite money clip. But they really show their worth when it's time to cut something. The Daedalus Folding Knife is named after the skillful craftsman and artist, Daedalus from Greek mythology. Paying homage to its namesake, the Daedalus is concisely crafted and expertly engineered. It opens with a nail nick and includes a non-locking slip joint style lock. Like you, it's ready when needed.
Ken Steigerwalt

Ken Steigerwalt

Orangeville, Pennsylvania 

Ever since he was a kid, if Ken needed a knife, he just made one. His first one was built from a saw blade at the kitchen table using a vise, files, and sandpaper. Needless to say, he’s gone on to create more highly designed knives that have won him 11 Blade Show awards in seven consecutive years, including two Best Folders awards and one Best Folder of the Year. He also co-designed the patented Fire Safe® safety innovation, which is used on many CRKT® blades.

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