Fallkniven Knives TK3oak Black Oak Folder
Elegant, modern folding knives The folding knives in the Tre Kronor series are lightweight, safe and beautiful. The new edge steel, 3G, is a revolutionary laminated anticorrosive steel, with a core comprising the well-proven powder steel Super Gold Powder Steel (SGPS) and sides of VG2. The size of the folding knives is adapted for active everyday use; and if a larger or stronger knife is needed, we recommend either of our sheath knives TK1 or TK2.
Tre Kronor #3
The beautiful enduring design is the result of a long refinement process focusing on the functional concept of the folding knife. TK3 is a secure, solid folding knife, whose blade, in our new 3G steel, represents the best on the market today. The blade locks in its open position with a well-proven locking mechanism. Every folding knife is manufactured by hand, which should and does mean small variations. Black oak is made of a very special handle material, namely sea drowned oak. There are logs from old dams that have been on the seabed for hundreds of years that we have salvaged. Except for the fact that it is completely dead as a material considered, it is a little darker than common oak and shifts in patterns in a very interesting way.
To our knowledge this is the first time ever that sea drowned oak is used as a handle material for advanced folding knives. So, please enjoy this stunning, sharp, safe knife. A few drops of vegetable oil now and then gives it an increased shine.
- Blade thickness: 0.1" (2,5 mm)
- Hardness (edge): 62 HRC
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (3G)|
|Handle Material||Wood (Oak)|
|Lock Type||Back Lock|
Fallkniven, the leading knife specialist in Scandinavia since 1984.
We are a true family firm, with our roots deep in the soil of Norrbotten, Sweden. We have been hunters and fishermen for decades and we know from personal experience how a knife should be. The firm started operations in 1984 and today is acknowledged as one of Sweden's foremost knife specialists. We began to develop our own knives in 1987 and today this is our principal activity at Fallkniven AB.
We have gained great experience during the years through close contacts with both customers and manufacturers. This knowledge, we now use to make the world's leading specialized knife. Because of this, we're today Perveyor to His Majesty the King of Sweden.
To be on the safe side we quality test our knives at Lulea University of Technology so that we know how our knives hold up. The knowledge allows us to dare say that our knives are the strongest, serial manufactured, stainless steel knives in the world!