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Discussion in 'Knives' started by Tony Sal, Oct 4, 2014.
Just got it today. Tomorrow is the first day of carry.
hi, could you help me identify that knife ?
Maybe it would help to know where you've found this picture.
If was in a specific post you could contact the OP I guess...
P.S. I can't tell the specific model but if you google "Jesper Voxnaes flipper" you'll find some knives with very similar blade shapes, flipper tabs, opening holes but I haven't found one that's exactly the same
9Thanks for the sugestion A man.
My two LT Wright Frontier Valleys.
[Weird optical illusion going on because they're exactly the same size]
If little can mean light, this one qualifies at less than an ounce.
Untitled by Cole Ewert, on Flickr
Nice group cole3418.
Love the little Spydie.
There are sma trad pocket knives out there too, Old Timer 34ot and 33ot.....
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Hey, what's up, I lined up my little knives, mostly trinkets unfortunately, but I'm having trouble with phone photography like most photography!
You know, SAK Classics as give-aways- not real at all.
The world's smallest switch blade.
Extra sharp ones from the check out counter - actually lock...
Very cool Dart
Collaboration between Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes
Name: Giant Mouse GM1 (Limited Production: 300 pieces worldwide)
Blade Steel: N690 Cobalt high performance powder steel. Fine stonewashed finish.
Handle (lock side): G5 Titanium with a smooth bead blasted finish.
Handle (presentation side): G2 Titanium with a smooth bead blasted finish.
Backspacer, clip and pivot ring: Titanium anodized a rich blue color.
Pivot Mechanism: Ball bearings.
Blade Length: 3.3" (84mm)
Blade Thickness: 0.157" (4mm)
Handle Length: 4.7" (119mm)
Handle Thickness: 0.433" (11mm)
Overall Length: 8.0" (203mm)
Weight: 5.43 oz (154g.)
Sold out unless you can find it on the secondary market.
There are other knives in the family. You can go to the GiantMouse website to see if any of the others strike your fancy.... or you can start a hard target search for a GM1. Happy hunting.
FWIW, collaborations between Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes are found from quite a few manufacturers . I have a couple of Spyderco knives on which they collaborated: the Pingo and the SpyDK. These also use the N690 steel; the Pingo is a nice little sheeps foot slip joint whereas the SpyDK is much more of a pointy but FFG blade. Further, both (I think) are now discontinued by Spyderco and are being substantially discounted by many sellers...
IIRC, I've also seen knives designed by at Jens Anso if not both of these designers coming out from CRKT (e.g., the Pilar); not sure of other makers although for some strange reason I keep thinking BM had one.
Moshe ben David
Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes are both also well represented by Boker. The steels vary anywhere from the 440C of the Mega Mini to the N690BO of the Prymate.
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My little knife collection.