Sika 130 Grip Fixed Blade Knife - Black

    € 19.18

    Designed for stalking and hide hunting for big game. Also suitable for bushcraft.

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    SKU: S144511 (2159724)
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    Product benefits
    1. Durability
      Full tang construction: blade and handle form one piece for a tough knife !
    2. Corrosion resistance
      No need to worry about rust, the blade is 5Cr15 stainless steel.
    3. Ergonomic grip
      Sits comfortably in the hand thanks to the shape and rubber grip.
    4. Easy maintenance
      Always keeps a good edge thanks to the softer steel.
    5. Easy transport
      Carry the knife safely in the X-access compatible fabric sheath
    Product feature
    1. Dimensions and weight
      Total length: 26 cm Blade length: 13 cm Blade thickness: 4 mm Handle length: 13 cm Handle thickness: 1.6 cm Angle of blade: 23° Weight: 270 g
    2. Sharpening
      Blade angle 23°. An orange triangle on the back of the packaging allows you to check the angle of the blade to a sharpening stone.All you need to do is place the blade on the triangle, follow the slant and keep to this angle while sharpening on the stone.
    3. X-ACCESS Concept
      X-ACCESS compatible sheath that can be fastened to the belt or outside of any backpack fitted with straps that have X-ACCESS loops.Also equipped with an extra loop for carrying the sheath horizontally for greater discretion and comfort.
    4. 5Cr15 stainless steel
      Our engineers have chosen 5Cr15 stainless steel for this knife for three reasons: - the steel is hard enough to keep an edge for a good length of time, allowing you, for example, to cut branches or process game for 2 hours. - The steel is "soft" enough to sharpen easily, with a hardness of around 56 HRC, enabling you to maintain the edge with a few strokes on a sharpening device. - the steel has a chemical composition that makes it corrosion-resistant.
    Product testing
    1. Product catchline
      13 cm durable stainless steel fixed blade knife. The synthetic rubber handle gives it excellent grip and good cutting precision. Perfect for processing venison
    Product reviews
    4.4 / 5
    8 reviews
    8 users recommend this product
    Write a review
    • Nice knife but incomplete ....

      B (India)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Nice knife even it is stainless steel but it is incomplete without shapener with it for a complete survival knife and i didn't find any shapener for this knife in store....
      Response of the brand
      Hi Sir,

      Thank you for taking out time to write the review for Sika 130 Grip Fixed Knife.

      We would like to inform you that we'll be getting a knife sharpener in our range very soon. You can expect the knife sharpener to be in stores by end of august. Please let us know if you have any other queries regarding the product.

      Thank You
      Rishab Puri
      Decathlon Solognac
    • Budget knife

      sandeep (India)
      Used for 1 week or less
      I was planning to buy few things for my Camping trip and I was looking for an Hatchet, instead I found this. Nice, Strong and good finish with solid grip. and at a very affordable price of Rs 1800.
    • Excellent product

      SOUMYA (India)
      Used for 1 week or less
    • Best equipment for trekking emergency

      Atul (India)
      Used for 1 week or less
      Usually, i am moving for trekking. said equipment is very useful for small wooden stick cutting for fire, even for rigid grass also.
    • Fixed blade knife

      S (India)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Pros: Good ergonomics.
      Good blade geometry
      Good Grip
      Excellent Sheath

      Cons: The Worst thing about this knife is its metal. It is made of stainless steel and not carbon steel.

      Stainless steel retains edge for a longer time, but is practically impossible to sharpen in the field. That is why most outdoor knives are made of carbon steel.

      The carbon steel most widely used for knives is 1095.

      2) The thickness of the knife is not sufficient enough to give the user the confidence to use this as a survival knife, i.e., to baton wood.

      These two aspects, most importantly, the type of steel used in this knife, is its greatest drawback.
      Response of the brand
      Dear Sutirtha, 

      We appreciate you taking out time to provide us feedback on Solognac Fixed Knife 130.
      We apologize for any inconvenience you had with the Fixed Knife and will make sure your feedback reaches the right department.
      Unfortunately we do not have any Knife made of Carbon Steel. 

      Adhithya Haridas Commercial Manager DECATHLON
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