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Otter Mercator-Messer Multi

18+
£93.95
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The big brother of the famous Mercator knife, equipped with four tools. Besides the blade locked by backlock, this model is equipped with a large corkscrew, which has a so-called "core" in the spiral. The continuous groove prevents the cork breaking while you are pulling. The user will also appreciate an awl for loosening knots or piercing holes and also a can opener. Awl and can opener are forged on strap-lift drop hammers and finally coarsely and finely ground. The blade is made from non-stainless C75 carbon steel and has a finely ground surface. The metal case of the handle is made of burnished steel, giving the knife the aura of a timeless quality product that is manufactured by hand in over 120 steps. Incl. metal eyelet on the handle end and original "Mercator D.R.G.M." stamp on its back. (Deutsches Reich Gebrauchs Muster).
SKU:
01OT001
GTIN
Brand:
Otter
Colour:
Black
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
10.2000
Overall Length:
22.9000
Blade Material:
C75 Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.3
Sheath:
No
Warranty:
1 Year
Closed Length:
12.7000
Pocket Clip:
No
Handle Material:
Steel
Lock Type:
Back Lock
Newest:
2014-01-28 14:59:43
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
97.9500
GTIN:
04045011100215

Description


The big brother of the famous Mercator knife, equipped with four tools. Besides the blade locked by backlock, this model is equipped with a large corkscrew, which has a so-called "core" in the spiral. The continuous groove prevents the cork breaking while you are pulling. The user will also appreciate an awl for loosening knots or piercing holes and also a can opener. Awl and can opener are forged on strap-lift drop hammers and finally coarsely and finely ground. The blade is made from non-stainless C75 carbon steel and has a finely ground surface. The metal case of the handle is made of burnished steel, giving the knife the aura of a timeless quality product that is manufactured by hand in over 120 steps. Incl. metal eyelet on the handle end and original "Mercator D.R.G.M." stamp on its back. (Deutsches Reich Gebrauchs Muster).

Specification


SKU:
01OT001
Brand:
Otter
Colour:
Black
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
10.2000
Overall Length:
22.9000
Blade Material:
C75 Carbon Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.3
Sheath:
No
Warranty:
1 Year
Closed Length:
12.7000
Pocket Clip:
No
Handle Material:
Steel
Lock Type:
Back Lock
Newest:
2014-01-28 14:59:43
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
97.9500
GTIN:
04045011100215

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Reviews


  • 4
    It's like a vintage motorcycle

    Posted by Mally on 13th Apr 2016

    I like it, Just don't expect it to be like a modern Swiss Army Knife. It is like a vintage motorcycle or vintage car. It has an old school elegance, but some rough edges. It is very simple in design with some strange and archaic bits and pieces, but it works,. It is big and sturdy and it has a good blade and a tough corkscrew. It has a nice feel to it when in the hand .

  • 5
    Museum piece

    Posted by Dave on 7th Oct 2015

    If you need a knife with these tools to actually use then buy a Victorinox Nomad for a third of the price. This knife with its crude riveted construction is a German World War 1 museum piece that should just be handled and displayed. I only use mine to cut up sausages when wearing leather shorts , drinking steins of lager and thinking of frauleins.

  • 3
    A bit disappointed

    Posted by colmac on 19th Oct 2014

    I got this knife from HH a couple of weeks ago with their usual very fast delivery. The finish is a bit disappointing with some sharp corners, and one of the rivets standing out a bit from the handle. There is very little snap to the blade - which I don't think is detrimental to a knife of this very large size. The blade locks firmly into place, and I like the positioning of the release lock which is towards the middle of the handle. The tin opener needed sharpening and I found it difficult to use - but that's probably due to my lack of experience with this type of opener. Despite its shortcomings I really like this knife - It's solidly built and feels good in the hand. The carbon steel blade takes a really good edge. The price reflects its hand made and historical origins, but is let down a bit on quality control which surprises me in a German knife.