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Mora Companion Heavy Duty Burnt Orange Stainless

18+
£22.95
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Generally considered to be the best budget bushcraft knife, the Mora Companion Heavy Duty ticks all the boxes for outdoor, wild camping bushcraft use.


The blade is Swedish cold-rolled stainless steel with attributes that should put it far above its low price range. The grip has a rubber feel making it comfortable to use.


This version has a burnt Orange colour to the sheath and bolster and butt of the handle.

SKU:
MORA-13259
GTIN
Brand:
Mora
Colour:
Orange
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
10.5000
Overall Length:
22.5000
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.318
Grind:
Scandi
Sheath:
Plastic
Handle Material:
Rubber
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Polished
Product Weight:
118
Newest:
2018-10-12 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
22.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
Tang:
Stick Tang
GTIN:
7391846022145

Description


Generally considered to be the best budget bushcraft knife, the Mora Companion Heavy Duty ticks all the boxes for outdoor, wild camping bushcraft use.


The blade is Swedish cold-rolled stainless steel with attributes that should put it far above its low price range. The grip has a rubber feel making it comfortable to use.


This version has a burnt Orange colour to the sheath and bolster and butt of the handle.

Specification


SKU:
MORA-13259
Brand:
Mora
Colour:
Orange
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
10.5000
Overall Length:
22.5000
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.318
Grind:
Scandi
Sheath:
Plastic
Handle Material:
Rubber
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Polished
Product Weight:
118
Newest:
2018-10-12 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
22.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
Tang:
Stick Tang
GTIN:
7391846022145

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Reviews


  • 3
    Typical Mora

    Posted by Alijami on 26th Nov 2019

    For anybody who particularly wants the heavy duty Companion in stainless this may be the only option. I don't see the point of the orange sheath, I'm going to carry the knife in my MG sheath. A great colour combo with just just the end-cap showing in orange and the bolster if dropped on the forest floor.

    When I ordered I forgot I'd had to file my thinner stock Companion spine square to draw a spark. Doing the same to the HD but not yet square enough to scrape well, the spine edges are quite rounded so a lot of metal to remove. Next time I'll just do the handle end and forego scraping. Of course I'm expecting too much for the price but what I'm saying is I'd happily pay for a factory ground spine in a bushcrafting knife even as a backup. The other Companion niggle is the grind doesn't have a plunge.

    On reflection I think my slimmer stock Companion is a better compromise for a stick tang design.

  • 5
    a nice update to the classic

    Posted by keefo on 27th Sep 2019

    I have to be honest I have a lot of knives and the only ones that get used in anger are Mora's. I have used and abused the companion/clipper for a good ten years and the only damage I managed was snapping the tip when I was whacking it with a hammer to split wood (total abuse on my part). the new heavy duty appealed to me as I liked the robust model but didn't like carbon steel. this ticks all the boxes with a thick blade which is stronger but only a tiny bit heavier (you still wont be able to chop mind) . The stainless steel really doesn't mind getting wet for a long period. the sheath is the usual affair but the orange is a burnt and much more muted colour. for an extra few pounds I would recommend this knife just for the extra piece of mind this offers.

  • 4
    Best Budget Knife

    Posted by Jack on 7th Mar 2019

    Currently saving for a upmarket bushcraft knife but after purchasing this may not even have to bother. Sturdy, comfy knife, rubber grip, wider spine so batoning is no issue, comes razor sharp. Cant complain at all.