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Mora Eldris

18+
£28.95
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The Mora Eldris has landed! It has been a long time coming and Mora have not disappointed in any way. The Mora Eldris is a small fixed blade that can be carried as a neck knife, and is no bigger than your average pocket knife.
It has been superbly designed with great materials. Boasting 12C27 Swedish Steel with a Scandi grind and ergonomic TPE rubber handles.



Moving on from the bulk of the knife we can now look at some of the smaller details which have made this knife so widely anticipated . . . Firstly, the spine of the blade has been ground top make it highly effective when used with a fire starter. Secondly, the blade has also been designed as a precision instrument. Those tasks which require a high degree of control are now easily accomplished. The Polypropylene sheath has also been really well designed with the knife clicking securely into place, very useful if you plan on carrying this as a neck knife.



Overall, the Mora Eldris may be a small knife in terms of stature but it is far from that in terms of potential uses and functionality!


SKU
MORA-12$$
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
5.3
Overall Length (cm)
14.2
Blade Material:
12C27 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.2
Cutting Edge:
5.3
Grind:
Scandi
Sheath:
Polypropylene
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Handle Material:
TPE
Blade Colour:
Satin
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight (g)
61
Handle Detail:
TPE Rubber
Newest:
2016-09-28 00:00:00
Special Label:
Recommended
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
29.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

Description


The Mora Eldris has landed! It has been a long time coming and Mora have not disappointed in any way. The Mora Eldris is a small fixed blade that can be carried as a neck knife, and is no bigger than your average pocket knife.
It has been superbly designed with great materials. Boasting 12C27 Swedish Steel with a Scandi grind and ergonomic TPE rubber handles.



Moving on from the bulk of the knife we can now look at some of the smaller details which have made this knife so widely anticipated . . . Firstly, the spine of the blade has been ground top make it highly effective when used with a fire starter. Secondly, the blade has also been designed as a precision instrument. Those tasks which require a high degree of control are now easily accomplished. The Polypropylene sheath has also been really well designed with the knife clicking securely into place, very useful if you plan on carrying this as a neck knife.



Overall, the Mora Eldris may be a small knife in terms of stature but it is far from that in terms of potential uses and functionality!


Specification


SKU
MORA-12$$
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
5.3
Overall Length (cm)
14.2
Blade Material:
12C27 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.2
Cutting Edge:
5.3
Grind:
Scandi
Sheath:
Polypropylene
Handle Material:
TPE
Blade Colour:
Satin
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight (g)
61
Handle Detail:
TPE Rubber
Newest:
2016-09-28 00:00:00
Special Label:
Recommended
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
29.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days

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  • 5
    Cracking little Mora

    Posted by Euan Innes on 18th Jan 2022

    I hummed and hawed over this little gem since it came on the market and finally pulled the trigger this month. I did like to carry something larger on hikes and camping but for all I needed 4" of steel it became a bit of a hinderance. And if anyone saw it when I opened my rucksack in the pub, then the chance of a sheeple stampede grew. It is sharp, very sharp. It is small, but not too small and it handles everything I can throw at it without a fuss. Fire sticks, food prep, cordage, carving, all no problem. Mind you, I do carry a Case CV Peanut everywhere so I know what a small blade can do. I don't like things hanging round my neck so I just added a blue cord (to go with the blue knife) and put a fire starter on that. The rough spine is a gem for sparks. I got it in blue so that I could see it on the ground should it end up there and not in tacticool black! It lives on a small wire keyring loop (from Heinnie) inside each of my rucksacks, there when I need it, hidden when I don't. Glad I pulled the trigger!

  • 5
    Mora Eldris

    Posted by Phil Bradshaw on 17th Nov 2021

    Very fast delivery, very practical and robust knife, also one of the sharpest I've come across, very happy with this product and with the service from Heinnie Haynes

  • 5
    Great little blade

    Posted by Stuart Gouge on 9th Sep 2021

    This is a great blade for the price. Fits in the hand perfectly. Very sharp from the factory. Can't fault it.

  • 5
    Mora eldris

    Posted by Will on 3rd Sep 2021

    Good little knife very sharp and perfect for the smaller trimming or whittling jobs in camp.

  • 5
    excelent its my 2nd one

    Posted by Richard C on 10th Nov 2020

    service is very goog.

  • 5
    Mora Eldris

    Posted by Lee on 6th Nov 2020

    Absolutely beautiful and practical knife, simple and efficient. Like any tool practice with it and it becomes an extension of yourself. Ready when you are wherever you are for all your bushcraft and survival needs. 100%.

  • 5
    morakniv eldris

    Posted by karl melderis on 8th Oct 2020

    cool little knife,came super sharp out of the box...top quality for the money spent,and heinnie haynes delivery was next day!!!! you cant beat that now can you

  • 3
    confused

    Posted by Adothelado on 31st Oct 2019

    Just cant work this knife out. More expensive than other Mora's. Forget food prep, too stuby. With sheath it is a bit big and fat for a neck knife. Fine for feather sticking and cutting cordage. If it was full tang with a striker on the end, then it would be OK? The sharp back of knife for striking can cut your thumb, but you really need to put your thumb on it. Its OK, just don't see where it fits in. Much better useable neck knives out there, which hurts, because I am a big Mora fan. Thanks to Heinnie for a super fast service, as usual.

  • 5
    Outstanding

    Posted by Vagrant on 30th Jun 2018

    I'll be honest when I first saw the Eldris popping up all over the internet I dismissed it as an Instagram-friendly fad, a knife that'll look sweet and Scandinavian in lifestyle photos but not really all that practical... but it rocks! It's made all my other knives from Tops, ESEE and Fallkniven redundant, as it handles everything I need a knife for, but in a dinky, easily carried, non-threatening package. The blade is superb, and so far I've used it for food, skinning, general garden work and whittling - it's handled all green woods like no other blade I've tried, and even seasoned woods have proved no obstacle. So far, after a week of heavy use it still hasn't needed sharpening, though I have stropped it a couple of times. It's really made me rethink the knives I own, and I've since bought one each for my wife and kids too. My one gripe was the sharp spine, which I took some wet and dry paper to for comfort when whittling, but I can see how some would like it for firesteels (I have lots of lighters, so a sharp spine is not a feature I need). So... get one, it's a perfect all-rounder, well worth the money, and is fun as tools can get.

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