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Arthur Wright Pruner

18+
£39.95
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The Arthur Wright Folding Pruner pocket knife (115C) is hand made in Sheffield with a 7.5 cm (2.9 inches), C70 carbon steel blade.


A compact knife with a pruning blade, brass linings, and nickel bolsters with three handle choices: rosewood, buffalo horn and stag.


Very handy for general work in the garden, allotment or smallholding.

SKU:
AWRIGHT-115CB
Brand:
Arthur Wright
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
7.5000
Overall Length:
18.0000
Blade Material:
C70 Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
10.4000
Pocket Clip:
No
Blade Colour:
Satin
Blade Shape:
Hawksbill
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
97
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2015-02-05 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
23.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
6 Weeks +

Description


The Arthur Wright Folding Pruner pocket knife (115C) is hand made in Sheffield with a 7.5 cm (2.9 inches), C70 carbon steel blade.


A compact knife with a pruning blade, brass linings, and nickel bolsters with three handle choices: rosewood, buffalo horn and stag.


Very handy for general work in the garden, allotment or smallholding.

Specification


SKU:
AWRIGHT-115CB
Brand:
Arthur Wright
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
7.5000
Overall Length:
18.0000
Blade Material:
C70 Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
10.4000
Pocket Clip:
No
Blade Colour:
Satin
Blade Shape:
Hawksbill
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
97
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2015-02-05 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
23.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
6 Weeks +

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Reviews


  • 4
    SO strong

    Posted by James on 31st Aug 2020

    As other reviews have said the finishing is a bit poor. But the blade is so strong, really nice to use, solid in the open position.

    I got the Rosewood version so I'd be more disappointed if I'd paid £50+ for a horn one but as a working knife for the garden it is great.

    I did a little bit of work on the blade but I like to do that, it was fine to begin with.

    This is so much more than a Svord Peasant which is a similar price. The edge on those is very rough, unusable when received.

    I'm seriously considering getting a general purpose version.

  • 5
    i like it

    Posted by christopher on 14th Dec 2019

    My version is a stag which doesn't look like the stag here or on the Wright site but then you realise all stag is different , like Sheffield knives ! The blade is not flush with the knife back , the end cap a paper-thickness gap with the scales. There is a gap between the liners and scales. I spend long sleepness knights over this. But what the heck I agree with the other reviewers this wasn't made in a laboratory and I'm holding a peice of English history [ there is a knife the exact same as this from the 17 Century in the Sheffild museum.] And , yes my 1950's Sheffields are better made by craftsmen but Arthur Wright was trying to revive a dieing industry with apprenticeships , so give them time. Finally , I've found that American traditional Rough Riders , the Old West , are made in Pakistan. I've nothing against Pakistan [ except the steele ] but I want a traditional English knife. So 5 stars.

  • 4
    Mixed bag, but I still love it!

    Posted by Slick on 20th May 2018

    Now, if I was being wholly objective, this is a poor knife. For a start, it came blunt as a blunt thing! The fit and finish is awful. However, I really like it. The aysymetrical shaping has rustic charm, it was east enough to sharpen and I'm not going to fall in to the gaps. The blade shape is really useful for opening parcels and cutting cord etc. As a recult, this is more often than not, the knife I reach for on my desk.

  • 5
    Sheffields finest

    Posted by Barry on 6th Jul 2017

    Love th traditional quirky nature of this hand built knife, steeped in history. its not bad in some clinical lab so take it for what it is and enjoy it, I do.

  • 1
    Disappointed.

    Posted by forester on 19th Jan 2017

    First off, thanks Heinnie, fantastic service as always. Bought this as a gift for a colleague, it's the most I've spent on a penknife and was looking forward to seeing the fruits of British craftsmanship. Well it arrived and I opened it up! Shocking!
    Blade: steel appears ok, edge is woeful, you could ride hard * to York on it! An hour spent to get it near right. Plunge lines not symmetrical.
    Fit & Finish: brass is polished well, backspring is weak in my opinion given the knives purpose. Gap between the top of the handle and the brass I can get a fingernail in. Rivets protrude seriously on one side and are uneven.
    Had I the time before needing to present this then I would've returned it!
    I have a couple of Rough Riders and they blow this thing out of the water at a fraction of the price.