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Fox Vulpis 1 Titanium 4.5 Penknife Folding Knife

18+ UK Friendly carry
£32.95
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Welcome to the world of the Fox Vulpis. A small penknife in an array of variants each one with the quality materials not usually found in a knife of this size and usefulness. Made in the heart of Italian knife making, Maniago, Fox chose the superior M390 stainless steel for the blades and made them all non-locking thus making them legal to carry within the UK.

This version uses a lightweight and seriously strong Titanium handle and a stout little powerhouse of a Sheepsfoot blade measuring 4.5cm long. Pop one in your pocket, in a survival kit or in amongst your EDC and go about your day!

SKU
FOX-FX-VP108TI
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Material:
M390 Stainless Steel
Blade Length (cm)
4.5
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.20
Closed Length (cm)
6.4
Overall Length (cm)
10.8
Edge Type:
Plain
BESS Sharpness:
116
Blade Shape:
Sheepsfoot
Blade Finish:
Polished
Grind:
Flat
Handle Material:
Titanium
Lock Type:
Non-locking
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
One Handed Opening:
No
Pocket Clip:
No
Product Weight (g)
15
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Description


Welcome to the world of the Fox Vulpis. A small penknife in an array of variants each one with the quality materials not usually found in a knife of this size and usefulness. Made in the heart of Italian knife making, Maniago, Fox chose the superior M390 stainless steel for the blades and made them all non-locking thus making them legal to carry within the UK.

This version uses a lightweight and seriously strong Titanium handle and a stout little powerhouse of a Sheepsfoot blade measuring 4.5cm long. Pop one in your pocket, in a survival kit or in amongst your EDC and go about your day!

Specification


SKU
FOX-FX-VP108TI
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Material:
M390 Stainless Steel
Blade Length (cm)
4.5
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.20
Closed Length (cm)
6.4
Overall Length (cm)
10.8
Edge Type:
Plain
BESS Sharpness:
116
Blade Shape:
Sheepsfoot
Blade Finish:
Polished
Grind:
Flat
Handle Material:
Titanium
Lock Type:
Non-locking
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
One Handed Opening:
No
Pocket Clip:
No
Product Weight (g)
15
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fbt-product:
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Reviews


  • 5
    First impression

    Posted by DAl on 12th Dec 2023

    Its a Xmas present so can only give first thoughts, fit and finish spot on, sharp OTB, light. Cant wait now to use it.

  • 2
    Vulpis titanium M390

    Posted by Ed on 12th Dec 2023

    I was disappointed with this knife, it came very blunt and I struggled to get a good edge even with diamond stones, I have my doubts it is even M390. The Ruike S11 is a much better option, it came razor sharp and only weighs 1g more (Vulpis is 29g and Ruike is 30g)

  • 4
    FOX VULPIS 1 TITANIUM 4.5 PENKNIFE

    Posted by David McDaniel on 7th Oct 2023

    An excellent small knife for the keyring, very sharp out of the box, a quick strop made it even more impressive. M390 and titanium on on a knife this size makes it a no brainer. The only reason it didn't get 5 stars is the use of rivets rather than screws and the narrowness of the part where the spilt ring goes, limiting the size/type you can actually use, but at this price bracket it's understandable I guess. It can actually be opened one handed with a little practise.

  • 5
    Pocket rocket!

    Posted by Luke on 8th Aug 2023

    Lovely little knife that will go beautifully on my keychain. The smooth sheepsfoot blade spine means there isn't a single sharp corner to snag on anything, and I particularly like the way the blade has a half-closed position. Titanium handle means the whole thing is featherlight, which is another plus on a keychain-sized knife. I ordered mine on Monday morning and it arrived Tuesday lunchtime - cracking service from HH!

  • 5
    Small but big on quality

    Posted by Alan on 26th Jul 2023

    This tiny knife is a super quality, really well built gem. It's excellent value for money. I like small , sturdy knives and this really fits the bill - would recommend.

  • 5
    Small but big on quality

    Posted by Alan on 26th Jul 2023

    This tiny knife is a super quality, really well built gem. It's excellent value for money. I like small , sturdy knives and this really fits the bill - would recommend.

  • 5
    Fox vulpis titanium keychain size

    Posted by Glen on 3rd Jul 2023

    Really good looking knife, great materials and great quality and price, what more do u want

  • 4
    Near prefect EDC

    Posted by Andrew Weighill-Richards on 27th Jun 2023

    There is a reason so many of the keyring-appropriate Swias army knives have been sold over the decades: Form-factor. This little treasure from Fox is near as makes no odds identical in size to my old Swiss army keyfob, making swapping one for the other an easier decision. I bought this on an early morning impulse, thinking, "Cute!" and I'm so glad I did because it was out of stock by tea time (Which tells you something). It's hard to believe you can get an M390 blade and titanium handles and still have change from £35 but Fox accomplish this by keeing the design and construction to the very simplest. Two flat slabs sanwich the blade and a one piec backspring/lanyard ring. That's all there is.: four bits of metal and three rivets. If Fox haf screwed this knife together, it would probably become a firm favourite with the customizers out there. but (ho hum) they used rivets, probsbly to keek costs down. The knife though is useful and sharp (and being M390, should remain so in daily use) and loses only one point because the spring could be just a bit more positive in keeping the knife closed. If you close it gently, you can leave it a few millimeters open because the spring won't quite overcome the friction from the pivot without a little momentum to assist itt. It's not a deal-breaker though. The blade shape helps it's EDC credibility too, being rather 'unthreatening' looking compared to, say, my Lionsteel Jack (also UK legal but pointy). For the tasks it's suited to, this little knife is over-engineered but what of it? It's going to last long enough to be inherited..