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Hultafors Heavy Duty Knife

18+
£5.95
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The Hultafors Heavy Duty Knife is a powerful and durable ground knife suitable for
coarse work such as prizing, breaking and hacking.
A unique method for attaching the sheath
around a button on your work clothes means it
does not loosen, but is easy to remove. The knife
blade is manufactured in Japanese knife steel,
3 mm carbon steel that has been hardened to 58-
60 HRC. The cutting edge has been sharpened with
a double edge angle and a final honing on a leather
strop. The handle and sheath are made of extra
durable PP plastic. The sheath fits just as well on
your belt as on your buttons. If your belt is thick,
cut away the small pin on the cover.
SKU:
HULT-380020
Brand:
Hultafors
Colour:
Green
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
9.5000
Overall Length:
22.8000
Blade Material:
Carbon steel
Blade Thickness:
0.3
Sheath:
Yes
Handle Material:
Polymer
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
5.9500

Description


The Hultafors Heavy Duty Knife is a powerful and durable ground knife suitable for
coarse work such as prizing, breaking and hacking.
A unique method for attaching the sheath
around a button on your work clothes means it
does not loosen, but is easy to remove. The knife
blade is manufactured in Japanese knife steel,
3 mm carbon steel that has been hardened to 58-
60 HRC. The cutting edge has been sharpened with
a double edge angle and a final honing on a leather
strop. The handle and sheath are made of extra
durable PP plastic. The sheath fits just as well on
your belt as on your buttons. If your belt is thick,
cut away the small pin on the cover.

Specification


SKU:
HULT-380020
Brand:
Hultafors
Colour:
Green
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
9.5000
Overall Length:
22.8000
Blade Material:
Carbon steel
Blade Thickness:
0.3
Sheath:
Yes
Handle Material:
Polymer
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
5.9500

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Reviews


  • 5
    Great value

    Posted by Dallboy on 28th May 2020

    I'm surprised that a knife made in Sweden (I think) is so cheap. Very functional great weight and feel in the hand, with a sturdy “Carbon Steel” blade which I assume is stainless too. Be great if Hultafors made a leather sheath as an option but that would probably put the cost up.

  • 5
    Buy it - you need this knife

    Posted by Knifeguy1 on 11th May 2020

    Great knife solid absolutely indestructible iv used it in various military operations as I realised how sturdy it was and the cheap price and this thing is bomb proof I used it to pry doors open chop throught things and for close up combat it did all that with ease then after I left the military its been my batoning and heavy use knife along side a mora for other tasks. Definitely reccomend it

  • 5
    Fantastic Working Knife.

    Posted by Christopher on 7th Apr 2020

    I love the feel of this knife,it's quite weighty in the handle which i like.Sharpness was ok,but i did have to resharpen the blade,which is no big deal.For the price this is fantastic working knife,ideal for garderning,and camping.

  • 5
    OK 1 lite?

    Posted by 243 on 6th Jan 2019

    Just received 2 of these via HH's usual speedy service. Tried one in the garden & the shed. The other is for a project for which I'll need to remove the handle. They arrive lightly oiled & reasonably sharp. The faux Scandi grind with micro bevel is a bit rough & the finish is a little primitive but it's a great product for pocket money. The sheath is worth the price (£6) on its own! Finished up better, black coated & a fire starter holder added with a ground spine & you've got an OK1 but then it's 5 times the price! Buy 2, polish & hone one & dress up the sheath with Paracord & add a firesteel & you've got a Superb Bushcraft knife for under a tenner! Put the other in a safe place as a backup in case by some miracle you manage to break the first one. Spend the £17 you've saved on more goodies!

  • 4
    Heavy duty Hultafors...!

    Posted by John on 27th May 2018

    Got one of these as a gift, really like the knife itself but not the sheath. You can't fit to a belt & the button attaching idea ??? going to get one of the inexpensive basket weave pattern leather sheaths & still have a good inexpensive outdoor working knife.

  • 4
    Slightlt dissapinting but can't complain

    Posted by Caleb Able d.tube on 2nd May 2018

    It came shaving sharp and the grind looks ok, if a little wobbley. The handle and sheath do feel cheap but what do you expect? But if you're inclined you could easily reshape the handle with a little carivng/grinding. If you're that way inclined. What really got me was the fact that it deteriorated quite quickly. People are saying it will last a life time and that it will hold an edge. However my experiwnce is very different. I've had it three weeks and it's began rusting. I've been storing it dry, in a drawer but the rust keeps creeping, in fact it started to tarnish and slightly blacken/turn greyish after it's first use. Plus all i've used it for is to cut a few pieces of salami and a few mangos and it's already dull as heck. Maybe it's just me, maybe my house is humid and i need to treat my blade with oil to prevent currosion.

  • 5
    Mod

    Posted by Ry on 3rd Jan 2018

    For those who like the knife, but not the sheath belt attachment, you can make a simple belt loop, like I did. Bought some one inch webbing strap, by the meter, for maybe two pounds. Bought some jean buttons for maybe two pounds, amazon. Cut yourself your desired loop size. Hammer the jean buttons through the loop near the bottom, holds webbing loop firmly; no need for sewing. Then take a lighter and melt the bottom edges of webbing. Seals it nice and firm. Then slip button through sheaths hole. Viola. Sheath sorted, nice and cheap. Makes a superb, inexpensive, robust knife, even better.

  • 5
    The Opinel of fixed baldes

    Posted by SLT.AMBEMC on 28th Nov 2017

    For years I ignored Hultafors and Mora dismissing them as cheap tools with no appeal, like your basic kitchen knife from Poundland. Then I came across a few videos, like the one from the Dutch guys, and one acquaintance who has a Mora. Serependity made me find a Hultfors GK first. And I am glad I got one. This is a simple knife but very strong, very sharp, and very functional. Big handle you can really exert force with (no silly shape that gets into your palm or fingers). Also very non'threatening, with its plastic green handle. Something you would expect on a scout or a forester's belt.The Opinel of fixed blades. This knife, I would not hesitate to lend my son when he is oder and goes to one of his scout camps. If he breaks it or looses it, big deal, under £10, we'll buy another. Next a Mora robust to do a comparison!

  • 5
    Heavy , Thick & Robust

    Posted by Silkkarma on 21st Jul 2017

    Really liked the look and reviews on this knife , so i bought one and it really does impress , good weight , solid build and feel , really good sheath with thumb notch release and really sharp out the box , superb bushcraft and camping knife at an unbeatable price