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Opinel No 7 Carbon Steel Knife

by Opinel

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  • Handle: Beechwood
  • Blade: Carbon Steel
  • Overall Length: 7.06 in
  • Blade Length: 3.2 in
  • Weight: 1.3 oz
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number NO.7VRN
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.4 x 4.1 x 1.9 inches
Item model number41477
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000UV4NUW
Best Sellers Rank #12,301 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 14, 2009
  
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Product Description

Features "Virobloc" double safety ring to lock blade in either an open or closed position

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Customer Reviews

Holds an edge very well.
Rick
It's tack sharp, small, light, and has a nice feel in the hand.
Go Mahalingam
Very well built knife that I would highly recommend to anyone.
Skyler Rader

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By pmcneil18 on October 31, 2011
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I was in need of a new pocket knife to replace my old, heavy, leatherman with more tools than I needed on it. This single blade with a twist locking mechanism is perfect. I was between the functional size of the No. 8 and the non intimidating scale of the No.6--- it didn't occur to me to just split the diference and go with a No. 7!

Pros:
-Light
-So cheap that I wouldn't flinch if something bad happened to it
-Gentleman enough to use to slice an apple or a roll while eating
-Not too large for the pocket, but not too small for the hand

Cons:
-Carbon blade tarnishes and requires periodical oiling
-Wooden handle can swell with moisture and the hinge will stiffen until it dries.
-OPINEL logo on the handle is already starting to wear off from being in my pocket.
-When I opened the package there were no cookies inside
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jason Magruder on March 12, 2013
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I am a professional bladesmith. I make and use knives costing hundreds of dollars every day, but I still keep one of these little guys in my jacket and give them out as gifts all the time.

Opinel knives are super light and easy to carry around. The locking mechanism is slow and takes two hands to operate, but it works very well. I don't know what steel they use on these but it holds and edge well and appears to be heat treated much better than most inexpensive knives.

The best feature of these knives however, is the way the blades are ground. No other factory knives I've seen are ground as thin at the edge as an Opinel. A thin edge makes for more efficient cutting and much easier sharpening.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C Mikles on January 22, 2015
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I wasn't sure if I was going to like this knife or not. It looks a little odd for those of us who are used to American style folders; case, buck, and the like. As soon as this little knife slipped out of the Opinel paper sleeve, I was hooked. The first thing you notice is the handle. The no 7 feels excellent in the hand. I know the no 8 is the most popular, but I think the no 7 is the best compromise between convenience of carry and utility. It has a swell just below the locking barrel and one at the end. It begs to cut something. The blade is of carbon steel. It was fairly easy to slice paper with the factory edge. After putting a micro bevel on it with my edge pro, it will cut paper with its minuscule weight alone. Time will tell if the edge retention is good. Generally decent carbon steel holds a good edge. The blade is a little longer but slightly thinner than my case sod buster jr. The blade can be deployed with one hand by pushing on the side of the blade as if it had a thumb stud. Not the quickest, but it works. The locking barrel can also be rotated with one hand. I like the lock. It is simple but locks the blade up tight. If you want to remove it, just put the lock on while closed and open the blade, it'll fly off. Be prepared to search for it. If you are looking for a tactical single hand folder, this isn't it. If you are looking for something traditional but unique. Get the Opinel. Modded mine a bit. You can see in the pics. Would recommend.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By David Gordon on May 11, 2014
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I routinely carry a much smaller folding knife from Gerber, but I wanted something with a bit more of traditional look and feel for critical tasks like slicing off pieces of fruit while sitting under a tree. The Opinel fits the bill nicely. Not as durable as my little Gerber, but as a grandfather, I want to look the part.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JanaElaine9 on January 17, 2012
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Got this for my brother as a Christmas gift. The blade is sharp, the handle has a comfortable grip, and it's ultra lightweight. The locking mechanism twists over and you're good to go.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By greenm86 on April 27, 2012
I ordered this because I liked the old school look to it and the price was right. It was reasonably sharp upon arrival but I wanted to practice sharpening a convex edge. This knife took a great edge with relatively little effort. The lock system is simple and solid. The look of the knife is cool. I miss having a pocket clip and I can't open it one handed but overall I really like it.
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16 of 23 people found the following review helpful By E. M. Van Court VINE VOICE on August 17, 2012
The Opinel #7 is an excellent little pocket knife. The handle fills the hand well, the blade geometry is great for opening mail or boxes and works acceptable for food chores. The lock is positive in both the open and closed positions. The materials are good, using a high carbon steel for the blade. Because of this, the blade will stain and rust if not maintained, but takes and holds an excellent edge.

Normally, I prefer the #8, a little bit longer, as it is better for making sandwiches, etc, but I am forced to spend time in the company of hoplophobes who have bladder control issues in the presence of a responsible adult holding a general purpose tool with a sharp edge, so the #7, with its reduced size is a compromise between a tool-using animal using tools and the irrational and unreasoning fears of people whom Coriolanus would have described as 'fragements'.

E.M. Van Court
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Korczak-Sielicki on July 28, 2013
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I collect knives, but not just any knife makes it into my collection. I collect quality, antique and unique knives and the steel had better be really good. This knife from Opinel has been around much longer than I have. In fact it's been around since 1890 and is a part of French heritage, it's beauty lies in the simplicity of it's design. It's such a simple concept and yet it's perfection in design. Wonderful high carbon steel a very elegant knife and to top it off it's a part of French and world history.

History: 1890: Sturdy, rustic, practical, the most simple knife in the world is born at the end of the XIX century, in Maurienne in a mountain village in the Savoy. It is in Albiez-le-Vieux that Joseph OPINEL, maker of edge-tools's son and grandson, creates the form of the closing knife that is called after his name: Since 1890 he manufactures it in twelve sizes, numbered from 1 to 12

Love the knife, I carry it as a secondary knife and the best part is that it's extremely inexpensive and there are 12 different Opinel knives to choose from. Definitely recommended.
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