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Mora have a great reputation for producing inexpensive but great quality knifes. This is almost unique, in that in the outdoor market, genuine bargains aside, you normally get what you pay for!
The Eldris continues this tradition well, but perhaps the price is higher than we might have expected from Mora. The neck knife is well designed and constructed, the normal hallmark of the Mora company. It appears to stay well in place, but the longer-term ability of this will only be apparent with use over time. It comes very sharp, again as expected from mora products. It has an interesting grind and we are unsure for the reasons behind this. Certainly one for bushcraft fans, wood workers and bodgers alike. Useful also for outdoors people who need a small, reliable knife, but have no intention of waring it on a belt, walkers, mountaineers and climbers will enjoy its use. All told a good neck knife at a reasonable price.
The Mora Eldris has a 12C27 stainless-steel blade and is equipped with a Scandi grind (no secondary bevel) for controlled slicing and easy sharpening. It has a square-edge spine to use with a fire starter. What sets this knife apart is that it blends the benefits of a well-built fixed blade knife with the undeniable convenience of a pocket blade. At just under 3 ounces, you can just toss this knife in a pocket or pack and forget about it until it’s time for use.
Each Mora Eldris comes with a click-locking, symmetrical sheath. It provides users ambidextrous sheathing options.
- Brand: Mora of Sweden
- Type of knife: bushcrafting knife, neck knife
- Type of steel: Sandvik 12c27
- Series: Eldris
- Best use: bushcraft, camping, everyday carry
- Blade length: 5.3 cm
- Blade shape: drop point
- Length: 14.1 cm
- Handle length: 8.9 cm
- Blade height: 2.3 cm
- Blade thickness: 1.9 mm
- Hardness: 58 HRC
- Weight 61g
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