Victorinox Outdoor Master Knives

Victorinox Outdoor Master Knives

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From the makers of the original Swiss army knife, the Victorinox Outdoor Master series is fit for cutting, slicing, chopping, and anything else you might encounter in the elements. These full-tang knives are built with stainless steel blades and micarta handles, which means they provide a sure grip and will hold up, task after task Read More

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Okienuan
60
Mar 14, 2020
I remember knives from the 70's that were made of "Stainless Pakistan" or "Stainless China". Anybody know which province of "Stainless" these come from?
Omniseed
1964
Apr 19, 2020
it's 41.16
bookworm13
675
Mar 10, 2020
Pete did a pretty funny review of the large recently: https://youtu.be/0u-lnyJmab8 TLDW: a serviceable knife that's a little soft for the firestarter but overpriced at MSRP.
seedeevee
91
Mar 10, 2020
Thanks for pointing the video out! I got to see the box that sez these knives are "Made by Muela in Spain"! Mystery solved.
Jakob
337
Mar 11, 2020
Bear in mind he was quoted a price of $200USD for the larger knife alone when making his conclusion of its value. At this price, it's much more competitive and probably a pretty good starter set for someone, the build quality and ergos are there, it's weakness is the meh steel.
cornerstonetom
258
Mar 10, 2020
"Stainless steel." That really narrows it down. You can assume it's their typical 4116, but that is no guarantee.
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bookworm13
675
Mar 10, 2020
Just check the Details: "Blade: 1.4116 stainless steel"
cornerstonetom
258
Mar 10, 2020
Thank you. I missed that. I was looking for "steel" instead of "blade."
djpr
303
Nov 20, 2019
The Dutch bushcrafters do a pretty good review on this one. They found the steel to be a little soft and I think they said it wasn't a true scandi grind.
gcvrsa
37
Nov 20, 2019
Is this a special run? The initial release of these knives featured blue micarta scales with red liners, but these pictures seem to be mostly in monochrome. As for the steel, it is Victorinox's usual, high-quality stainless, 4116, and the knives are made by Muela, in Spain. Although 4116 doesn't have the caché of exotic crucible steels, it is well-proven in the field.
Shway24
7
Nov 20, 2019
i believe these are the same blue/black micarta. And i agree about 4116, folks often get too worked up about types of steel with out any hands on of how they actually perform. 4116 is no 3V but still plenty tough and stainless for an outdoors knife.
phishneslo
0
Nov 20, 2019
It looks like there are three knives in the pictures... or else they have something labeled wrong... there are two pictures of knives with jimping, one labeled “large” and one labeled “small”, along with another knife that has a different blade and handle shape.
I think that was a labeling mistake that should be fixed now.
seedeevee
91
Nov 20, 2019
These look like they are made in Brazil and since drop got the oh-so-rare photos without a country of manufacture identifier I will just assume these are made in Brazil by an underemployed steak-knife manufacturer.
CK762
1
Nov 20, 2019
Where exactly did you see D2?
Kavik
5465
Nov 20, 2019
Really? $80-140 for two knives labeled only as "Stainless steel"? You should know better by now, Drop.
Kavik
5465
Nov 20, 2019
Can't even tell if this was intended to be sarcastic or not lol Drop didn't make it, so I'm not blaming them for the materials or the original retail price....but they know their blade customers here expect to know what steel type they're getting. But I also think Vic has lost their mind on this rebranded cash-grab of a product in general
Shway24
7
Nov 20, 2019
Actually it’s 4116
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