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ESEE Izula With Kit

18+
£89.95
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The locals in Peru call the meanest, nastiest ant of the jungle by the name "Isula". We know it as the Bullet Ant. The Bullet Ant is known to be independent, tough, light on its feet, and a real survivor - the IZULA knife is built the same way.


This knife is designed to be part of the perfect lightweight survival kit. The complete Izula kit includes: Ambidextrous Sheath, MOLLE lock, Paracord (for cord wrapping handle or use as a lanyard), cord lock, Snap (for snapping system on to outdoor gear), Split Ring, Fire Flint, Whistle, and Instruction Sheet.

SKU:
ESEE-IZULA-KIT-$$
Brand:
ESEE
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.3000
Overall Length:
15.8000
Blade Material:
1095 High Carbon
Blade Thickness:
0.35
Blade Coating:
Textured Powder Coat
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
Moulded Sheath with Fixings
Handle Material:
Steel
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Product Weight:
80
Newest:
2016-06-20 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
89.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

Description


The locals in Peru call the meanest, nastiest ant of the jungle by the name "Isula". We know it as the Bullet Ant. The Bullet Ant is known to be independent, tough, light on its feet, and a real survivor - the IZULA knife is built the same way.


This knife is designed to be part of the perfect lightweight survival kit. The complete Izula kit includes: Ambidextrous Sheath, MOLLE lock, Paracord (for cord wrapping handle or use as a lanyard), cord lock, Snap (for snapping system on to outdoor gear), Split Ring, Fire Flint, Whistle, and Instruction Sheet.

Specification


SKU:
ESEE-IZULA-KIT-$$
Brand:
ESEE
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.3000
Overall Length:
15.8000
Blade Material:
1095 High Carbon
Blade Thickness:
0.35
Blade Coating:
Textured Powder Coat
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
Moulded Sheath with Fixings
Handle Material:
Steel
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Product Weight:
80
Newest:
2016-06-20 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
89.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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Reviews


  • 5
    Hard use - update

    Posted by silent1 on 14th May 2012

    This is the essence of a cutting tool! I have a lot of small fixed bladed knives and this is after years still the best. The Becker Eskabar handles kit can be used on the Izula - but it requires a bit of reshaping the handles which I did with a knife. With these handle scales epoxied in place it's a brilliant little knife. It weighs 81g with the Eskabar scales without the 20g sheath. Pair it with a 7 inch folding saw and you have the lightest and most efficient cutting tool combo for bushcraft. The handle is most likely a bit small for many people but I still like! Don't be scared of the skeletonized handle - it's Tough!! Although I have not but hammered the knife a lot - only slight when replacing the knife while batoning.

  • 4
    izula v 2.0

    Posted by cultcollector on 20th Mar 2012

    dDecided with some guidance from HH to try the 2. Was going to order the 1 with handles the 2 already has them fitted. Overall similar to the 1, slightly longer, bit heavier, great piece of kit. Sharp otb, lifetime warranty. V.happy. Usual blindingly fast service from HH. A side point to consider I have recently bought a similar knife from Tops, although different warranty the Tops have a better overall finish and higher materials and was around same cost. Strange because many complain about Tops being overpriced.? Whatever you choose order from Hennie Haynes.

  • 5
    Goat residue on my knife?

    Posted by Jonas Harnesk on 23rd Dec 2011

    When the Maasai people swung there machete I quickly realized that the lack of weight in the blade made the chopping down firewood a bit hard. I used my knife with the scales attached and a stick to baton down some larger dry branches for the fire that evening and one of the Maasai recognized my blade as a ?good blade?. Later on when they were to slaughter a goat one of them asked me if he could borrow the knife to cut up the goat. 15 minutes later he had skinned the goat, cut it to pieces and while some parts of the meat where cooking along the fire we shared the kidney ? all with the help of this little knife.

  • 5
    Those that know, just know....

    Posted by Outdoors Dad on 29th Oct 2011

    Great, pared-down knife and absolutely razor sharp OTB. Brilliant! But most outdoors people already know all about this knife, so lets give credit where it's due to the outstanding service provided by Heinnie; ordered one day, delivered the next, simply fantastic and if there is a better service provider on the web, then I've yet to find it. Thanks again guys, you're amazing.

  • 5
    Fabulous Kinfe

    Posted by Justin on 23rd Oct 2011

    To those of you who think the price is too high ... THINK AGAIN! This is a fantastic, well balanced and light knife. The tan is finished with a lightly textured powder coating and is razor sharp! Size is not an issue as this punches well above, if not better than many larger knives I've used. I have used this knife for several days without the factory edge really losing its cutting ability. This has now replaced my CRKT Triumph NECK as my backup to my trusty Mora clipper and my well become my first choice for all camping needs. There is no question ... I should have ordered this long ago! Excellent service as usual from HH.

  • 5
    Hard use knife that performs in the field

    Posted by Brian Hamilton on 21st Apr 2011

    I needed a new bushcraft knife and picked this up. The full kit is nice, it allows for a lot of carry options. Also in there is a whistle and a small magnesium rod with attached ferrosteel so you have a fire starter too! Throw all these onto paracord, hang it round your neck and you have a good to go survival kit. The knife itself is a sweet piece of steel. It is high carbon so you need to take care with rusting but a quick wipe over with a Tuff Cloth has worked for me so far. The steel takes a nice, biting edge which is good for making fuzz-sticks, batoning through large branches and making shelters, building fires etc. All in all this is nice little knife that punches way above its weight, I would recommend using paracord to wrap the handle as it increases comfort a lot and gives you a ready supply of cord just in case. This isn't a brag piece to impress your mates, this is a hard-use survival knife that is made to be relied upon. Mission accomplished I would say.

  • 5
    Quality Work Horse

    Posted by Themachineworks on 16th May 2009

    Fantastic quality knife, lightweight but built strong. No quibble RAT lifetime replacement warranty, razor sharp edge, quality build. The kit is ok, the whistle is a bit lame but the rest of the kit is fine. Fully recommended. Beware though 1095 steel is good but needs maintenance.