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Arthur Wright Two Blade Rosewood

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Arthur Wright Two Blade Rosewood

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Arthur Wright Two Blade Rosewood

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Arthur Wright Two Blade Rosewood

Arthur Wright Two Blade Rosewood

€30.00

Description

Pocket knives such as this one have been manufactured in Sheffield, England for 200 years.

The Barlow penknife is as traditional a design as one can get. The two blade has one clip point and one pen blade both made from C70 carbon steel. The handle scales are rosewood and the bolsters are nickel silver with brass liners. Both blades are non-locking and under three inches long making it legal to carry in the UK.

Specification

Code AWRIGHT-62W
Limited Edition: No
Brand: Arthur Wright
Blade Material: C70 Carbon Steel
Closed Length (cm): 9.00
Overall Length (cm): 16.0
Blade Finish: Brushed
Grind: Flat
Handle Material: Rosewood
Lock Type: Non-locking
UK Friendly Carry: Yes
One Handed Opening: No
Sheath: No
Pocket Clip: No
Product Weight (g): 102

Reviews

  1. One of the best. Review by
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    I bought this on a whim and then spent 24hrs regretting my purchase (how many knives do I really need? My various Douk-Douks, Bucks and other Arthur Wright & Sons knives all get plenty of use...) until it arrived. It's now my favourite. It's not slim like the sheep's foot Douk-Douk that permanently lives in my back pocket, it's big and bulky and solid and reassuring. A connection with the past. A traditional English pocket knife perfectly suited to my outdoor lifestyle. Comfortable to hold, perfect for whittling, with lovely strong backsprings that inspire confidence. My Douk-Douk still lives in my back pocket , but this is nearly always under my hanky. I observe the rule of three and so keep the tiny brass Higonokami on my keys as a last resort if the SHTF and I find myself in a tight spot and in need m of feather sticks or what have you. I totally recommend this beautiful knife. The second blade is large enough and sturdy enough to hold it's own. Despite it's bulk, the knife is perfect for all tasks no matter how delicate. A bit of work and a lovely razor edge is easily attainable. (Posted on )
  2. FinleyReview by
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    A Wright and Son's are under new management and it show's. A superb knife for the money. Made in the UK to last.
    The back spring is stiff , BUT I'd rather have it that way making it safer in use.
    A wonderful, wonderful knife
    Get one NOW!
    (Posted on )
  3. Great Looking ,Needs some Work .Review by
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    My knife in reality is much better looking than the photo .Not even the fact that its presented in just a plastic bag (no box ,very poor start ) stopped me thinking that this looked far more expensive than it was .
    On looking it over ,the wood ,the bolsters springs etc were exactly as you would want ,all good .

    THEN , i opened then Pen blade ,it was a bit stiff but manageable and almost sharp !

    THEN i opened the main blade .....ONLY AFTER GETTING A PAIR OF PLIERS FROM MY SHED THE BLADE BROKE MY THUMBNAIL (and i have strong nails ) and no way could i open it without pliers . Once again the blade was almost sharp .

    I have lubricated both blades and opened and closed them many times ,i wore anti cut gloves doing this as the end of the clip point blade threatened to pierce my hand a few times .
    After working them loose ,sharpening the blades for 10min on Lansky box and strop i have a VERY nice good looking knife .Well pleased for the money .

    As with a lot of reviews on HH buying knives Chinese or British can sometimes be a bit of a lottery ,but HH do let you send them back if your unhappy .
    (Posted on )
  4. A Real Working KnifeReview by
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    I'd like to thank the Heinnies staff for their great customer service and lighting efficiency over a couple of Christmas returns. A fantastic job!

    This is a real working knife, my first impression out of the package was this Barlow is solid in every way that counts. Extremely tight backspring, both blades are rugged carbon steel, no blade play, the rosewood scales are very well done, no spaces between scales and bolsters, pins are flush, solid brass liners, bolsters spot on. There's a couple of small machine marks on the liners, one of the springs is slightly proud when closed and it needs a sharpen. A small price to pay for a hand made, two bladed, carbon steel work horse that oozes history.
    (Posted on )
  5. Good for the price. Review by
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    A traditional knife with a clip point and pen blade and rosewood scales. I didn’t have high expectations for the price but the one I received was pretty good. Fit and finish on my knife was good with all scales, liners, bolsters and pins all nicely flush with no gaps. The main blade is perfectly centred and the pen blade is only a smidge off centre, but well clear of the liners so no rubbing. Both blades arrived usably sharp and took a nice edge after a quick touch up. Blades are carbon steel so will patina over time.

    Overall I am really pleased. If you’re looking for a traditional, Sheffield made pocket knife for a good price you could do much worse than this.
    (Posted on )

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