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Lansky World Legal Slip Joint Knife

18+ UK Friendly carry
£22.95
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Balancing form with function, the Lansky World Legal slip joint knife was born from one idea: make a great knife that can be carried anywhere in the world. Simple but efficient, it combines modern aesthetics with traditional slip-joint technology. Available here in the UK, one of Heinnie Haynes'® best selling folding pocket knives.


Designer Mikkel Willumsen has gained notoriety worldwide for his innovative and gritty Urban Tactical designs. Based in a repurposed factory in Copenhagen, Denmark, Mikkel has been designing and producing custom made knives for over 10 years, specializing in high quality folders and fixed blades. By bringing his talents and experience to Lansky, you can expect the functionally modern aesthetics that define his work, combined with Lansky Sharpeners’ unwavering dedication to quality.


This version is the knife on its own without the sharpener.

SKU
LS07787
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
7.0
Overall Length (cm)
17.8
Blade Material:
9cr18mov Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.3
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Youtube Link:
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Product Weight (g)
150
Lock Type:
Non-locking
360 Viewer Path:
/product360/lansky/lansky.xml
Handle Detail:
FRN
Newest:
2014-05-09 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
22.9500
GTIN:
00080999077870

Description


Balancing form with function, the Lansky World Legal slip joint knife was born from one idea: make a great knife that can be carried anywhere in the world. Simple but efficient, it combines modern aesthetics with traditional slip-joint technology. Available here in the UK, one of Heinnie Haynes'® best selling folding pocket knives.


Designer Mikkel Willumsen has gained notoriety worldwide for his innovative and gritty Urban Tactical designs. Based in a repurposed factory in Copenhagen, Denmark, Mikkel has been designing and producing custom made knives for over 10 years, specializing in high quality folders and fixed blades. By bringing his talents and experience to Lansky, you can expect the functionally modern aesthetics that define his work, combined with Lansky Sharpeners’ unwavering dedication to quality.


This version is the knife on its own without the sharpener.

Specification


SKU
LS07787
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
7.0
Overall Length (cm)
17.8
Blade Material:
9cr18mov Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.3
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Product Weight (g)
150
Lock Type:
Non-locking
360 Viewer Path:
/product360/lansky/lansky.xml
Handle Detail:
FRN
Newest:
2014-05-09 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
22.9500
GTIN:
00080999077870

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  • 5
    Great knife

    Posted by Barry on 10th Dec 2016

    Living in the countryside a carry knife is always very useful. I needed something more substantial than the pen knife I usually carry and this knife fits the bill perfectly. Well made and strong and gives you the confidence that it is not going to snap closed on ones fingers in use. All that and next day delivery. What more can I say?

  • 5
    Look at the photo provided before you buy !

    Posted by Gareth on 8th Nov 2016

    I've read two reviews that have made the reviewers look very close to stupid. One guy bought the knife then span a yarn about its legality . Is he blind or did he not research the very product he bought ? Great knife. Check the pic provided before you buy ;-)

  • 5
    Fantastic

    Posted by GB on 16th Oct 2016

    This knife is simply fantastic as an all-round pocket knife. It keeps its edge good and you can get an amazingly sharp edge on this when sharpening. For the price it is very worthwhile. Cant say anything bad about this. I use a Gatco Diamond Sharpening system and can get it extremely sharp. Very robust little knife.

  • 3
    Make it look less 'offensive weapony' please

    Posted by Dave on 10th Sep 2016

    I bought this knife because I wanted as big and bulky a knife as I could legally carry, so it would be good for bushcraft, but definitely wouldn't get me in trouble if I got searched by the police. It works fine, though its too stiff for my liking in that police might decide it 'locks' in position. I'm going to try filing it a little to ease it up. I wish it looked less scary and 'tactical', and more friendly and bushcrafty. And didn't have 'urban tactical' etched onto the blade- I'm going to try to sand this off. Changing the handle to a dark wood or wood effect would help greatly- I planned on doing this but haven't get round to it yet. So, quite a bit of work required. Making the blade and handle a bit less 'sharky' would be great too- which isn't something I can easily change, so after all this effort it could still get confiscated. Why do I ask for this? I have read people in forums talking about police seizing knives that look like 'offensive weapons', even if they're the right size and don't lock so class as exempt penknives. According to Wikipedia, "the Knives Act 1997 now prohibits the sale of combat knives and restricts the marketing of knives as offensive weapons. A knife which is marketed as "tactical", "military", "special ops", etc. could therefore carry an extra liability." This knife is clearly designed to look 'tactical', and even labelled as such, which is a shame. Nobody sensible in the UK wants a scary-looking knife. They want the best knife they can legally carry, and carry without the fear of confiscation or worse. I really hope the designers/manufacturers take my above points into account. Because as it is, 'world legal' seems hopeful. A female friend of mine saw it and was terrified- it looks too much like an offensive weapon.

  • 5
    Solid

    Posted by Paul on 9th Jul 2016

    Solid strong relatively cheap knife great for using around the workshop garden fishing shooting etc , as for world legal just be sensible - don't taken it to a nightclub !

  • 4
    Nice piece of kit but watch your fingers

    Posted by Christopher on 1st Apr 2016

    Lovely knife that gets alloy of use but be very mindful of were your hand and fingers are as snaps closed due to its AK47 like mech This is a knife designed to be used and abused though I look after my equipment it serves me well daily Was originally bought to come hunting with me but due to the safety tip it's no good for duspatching bunny's or gutting none the less it's a good buy for the money Though I have no issues carrying it for work it looks like a tactical knife so if your pottering round the shops I would avoid carrying this as the police and sheep will think it's something more potent than a uk legal edc knife

  • 5
    world legal ???

    Posted by col on 19th Jan 2016

    I bought this lansky to put in my collection just because i liked how it looks . If you want to use this outdoors as a working knife i'm sure it will do whatever you ask of it as this is a solid well put together lump of a knife . However i have some concerns over its claim to be world legal !! YES it is a SLIPJOINT but this blade " locks " up solid in the open position and takes some effort to close it again , that and its aggressive looks would make me wary of carrying this knife in my pocket . Best kept in the bottom of your bag me thinks !! , first class service from HH thanks all : D

  • 5
    amazing for the price!

    Posted by keefo on 1st Jan 2016

    I received one of these for Christmas and I really like it! the knife is really heavy but I don't mind as it gives you a sense of strength and robustness. the slipjoint design feels more like a lock knife as the slip is really strong and stops at 90 degrees before closing. the blade is thick but does need a sharpen out of the box to get a decent working edge on it. this is uk legal due to the cutting edge of less than 3 inches and non locking but even my friends who know me for carrying sharps on my person raised an eyebrow when I pulled it out. uk legal yes but I think you would be pulled in for questioning carrying it even if you are within the law. if you are into your bushcraft I think you could use it to do a bit of light battoning of fire wood if you needed to (I would advocate use of a fixed blade everytime mind you). anyhoo enough waffle from me check the other reviews and I think you will agree that this is a sound buy

  • 5
    Beast

    Posted by Keithicles on 11th Dec 2015

    Love this knife, would buy another in a blink if I lost it. Last summer we were camping, and the question "has anyone got a knife?" was raised around the camp fire. For some reason, everyone looked at me, so I produced the Lansky from my pocket, and handed it over to my girlfriends cousin. He sat staring at it for a good minute before using it, then handed it back, speechless.

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