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Mora Craftline TopQ Allround Fixed Blade Knife Stainless Steel

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  • Overall Length: 8 1/2"
  • Blade Length: 4"
  • Blade: Stainless Steel
  • Handle: Textured Rubber
  • Sheath: Plastic Belt Sheath with Drain Hole
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Product Description

The complete TopQ range has knife blades made of the highest quality of Swedish stainless steel available. The knife is extremely sharp and it stays sharp for a long time. Furthermore, the patterned, double-moulded, high-friction grip is ergonomically designed making it an efficient, comfortable and safe knife to use. These knives combine extreme sharpness and cutting edge retention. Black plastic sheath.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B0040RIENO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,960 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

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I now have 3 Mora knives, because I have come to feel that they give the best value for the $$ spent of ALL the knives I own / have owned. I have the Craftline TopQ Allround 11201, the Mora 611, and the Craftline HighQ Robust. All 3 arrived in perfect, shaving sharp condition and have proven to be quite durable, even though I sometimes "abuse" my knives. I bought the Craftline TopQ Allround 11201 because it has a S.S. blade, and I wanted to see how the Mora S.S. blades compared to their Carbon Steel blades. So far, it seems to hold it's edge a bit better, but is a bit more work to bring back to a "shaving sharp" edge. I just make sure to not let it (or any knife blade) get more than slightly dull before I sharpen it. And S.S. is more corrosion resistant than Carbon Steel, which can be a factor in some conditions. I have average size hands, but somewhat slender fingers, and of the 3 Mora's I own the Craftline TopQ Allround 11201 has the most comfortable and secure feeling handle, and the pebble texture grip is GREAT! This is important to me because, even in a non-survival situation, the LAST thing I want is to slice open my finger(s) because my hand slipped up the handle onto the blade! My Mora knives came sharp enough to cut to the bone INSTANTLY! And, I can use my thumb to press down on the blade while still protecting my fingers. (Mora makes other knives with this shape of handle, called the Companion in S.S. and Companion MG in carbon steel, but they don't have the pebble texture grip). I don't see me buying any knife other than a Mora from now on, unless I have a highly specialized need that Mora can't meet.
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This is a fantastic small knife for camping & backpacking. It's lightweight, has a great easy to grip handle even if hands are wet or slippery, it easily shaved hair off my husband's arm out of the box, and works well in the kitchen. I bought mine a couple weeks ago, love it, and my husband was impressed enough to say he'd carry one, so I just got another for him. These both have the black & blue handle, bought from Epstein, and both arrived fast, and safely.

We will probably drill a small hole at the end of the handle for a lanyard (this has a 3/4 tang), and I am making a leather sheath with small rivets or a leather spacer around the perimeter for mine. I may make a pair of holes at the top of the sheath, or on the bottom of the belt loop for a leather lace to tie it to the sheath, or find a way to tie it in using the lanyard. I also will try making a kydex sheath. The sheath it comes with is ok for around the house, but it's larger than it needs to be, and I'm not confident about it's holding abilities.

This knife apparently has a Skandi grind, and doing a search on it will give info on sharpening. It looks a LOT easier to sharpen than the grinds on several of my kitchen knives, and very easy to do in the field. I highly recommend this knife.
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Crazy sharp knife. I like the grip. Blade is thicker than I thought it would be so the knife is sturdier than I thought it would be. The sheath is functional but a piece of plastic that I'd keep only to use to protect the blade if the knife were to be kept in a drawer.
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Any Mora is a good Mora to me. Buyer McGavin's review provides info and input for another Mora knife, the Mora Classic. The small, razor sharp knives with the little red handles and functional plastic sheaths. I love the 3" blade.
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By Bob on December 25, 2011
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This is my first fixed blade knife. And I gotta say, this is the perfect one to get. It looks sweet, it's not to big, not to small. Cut up a pineapple and diced it, took less than 5 minutes, without very little effort, just slicing a little bit because i didnt want to come down hard and smash the edge into the cutting board. Seems like it'd do decent batoning, shaves bark off sticks like butta.

Pros:
Handle is nice and big
Overall knife length isnt huge, just decent
Great ergonomics in general
Scandi grind, SUPER EASY TO SHArPEN
Come razor sharp, i have really soft hair on legs, and it still shaved it, cuts paper without any tears with slicing, when only pushing, gets about 4 or 5 inches on corner of paper, which is really good
Handle is gripy
Sheath looks decent, has dranage hole at bottom
The clip on sheath is great, you don't have to undo buckle or pants, it's like two pieces of plastic that sandwhich stuff in between them
Great sheath retention, it's not just friction, there's a little groove where a piece of the handle locks in
Fantastic price
Stainless steel so it won't rust
Good edge retention
Feels Sturdy, nothing about it feels cheap
Stick tang at this price, which is like half of a full tang, a full tang is what you truly want, most blades at this range dont even have a tang
Blade thickness is great, about 3-5 credit cards thick

Cons:
I serioously can't think of any, I spent 2 minutes sharpening with a 1.5k-2k grit stone and BARELY got it sharper.
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"Razor sharp" is a bit of exaggeration, which is in my view completely unnecessary. Out of the box the knife is sharp but not that sharp. I don't believe it can be sharpened to the razor like degree, and I don't think it is either safe or practical to shave with a knife. The idea is very manly and brutal but there are knives out there and there are razors. Personally, I prefer electric shavers.
As a knife the knife is great. I don't care much how far the tang goes into the handle as long as the knife is solid and this is a solid knife. One probably won't be able to kill and field dress a bear with this knife but for everyday's cutting applications I don't need anything bigger or sharper. The knife sits very tight in its sheath without any additional fasteners, which is fantastic for me because I carry it under the seat on my motorcycle and "carbon steel" knives tend to corrode quickly, and to come loose in their sheaths, and the whole oiling thing is messy (but indeed a very manly thing to do); this one doesn't.
So far I've opened a few cardboard boxes with the knife and I've made a pair of very crude chopsticks and I've carved my name on a piece of twobyfour which was a bit of a challenge. The blade looks clean, the edge is quite intact, and it still locks in the sheath, and the tang sits tight in the handle, and it doesn't look like the knife is going to fail next time I need to scrape the registration sticker from a license plate.
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