The Opinel knife has the Tradition: essential during sport, bivouacs, is also popular for fishing and hunting in stainless steel Sandvik
Stainless steel 12C27 Sandvik has changed and developed to Opinel is renowned for its spearhead of easy maintenance. Stainless steel after heat treatment that suffers from which its hardness is called Martensitic. It has a carbon content of at least 0.40%, which results in a sharp knife very satisfying without being subject to corrosion.
Traditional knife Opinel it says llama Yatagan. Its shape was inspired by a Turkish Sabre, the tip up. The blade is made from a curved profile blade strength and allows that ensures efficient sharpening.
The beech is the most widely used for the production of handles Opinel. Born of French farms, is reliable, durable and easy to work with. From a consistent look, its light color varies from yellow to pink. It is recognizable due to the presence of numerous small dark features. The handle is painted to be better protected against moisture and dirt.
Invented in 1955 by Marcel Opinel, retaining ring team Virobloc closing all knives from n° 06. Virobloc consists of two parts: a fixed component and a slider. In addition to blocking the blade in the open position (user safety), it is now possible to lock the blade in the closed position (lock).
Available in 7 sizes