Eickhorn KM5000

(4 customer reviews)

189,99 

Age check

Sold only to people over the age of 18!

service

1x professional resharpening included

brand

series

Eickhorn Solingen

Blade length

Blade material

1.4110 stainless - forged

Blade property

,

Blade strength

5 mm

overall length

30.2 cm

Handle length

13.8 cm

Weight

296 g

cut

On both sides

Handle material

fiberglass reinforced plastic

Scabbard

Cordura sheath with plastic insert and US MOLLE carrying system

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Made in Solingen. This article is manufactured in Solingen. Made in Solingen. This article is manufactured in Solingen.

Description

Particularities:

  • Highly flexible blade that can be bent up to 30 °
  • Hollow ground
  • Glass fiber reinforced handle with glass breaker
  • Cordura sheath with plastic insert and US MOLLE carrying system

 

The Eickhorn KM5000 is only sold to people over the age of 18! Shipping is carried out by DHL with an age-old inspection. The deliverer checks the age of the recipient (recipient or other person authorized to receive) using an official photo document.

 

Sharpening voucher

With the purchase of this knife, we give you a voucher card for professional re-sharpening free of charge.  Even the best knives lose their sharpness over time, despite optimal use and storage. If the process has progressed too far, sharpening with a sharpening steel is no longer sufficient. With our sharpening voucher, we give you the opportunity to let your knife shine in new splendor. Your knife will be sharpened at the Wasserkraft Manufaktur in Solingen Wipperkotten. All further information can be found on the voucher card and on our Grinding service.

 

Eickhorn KM5000:

The Eickhorn KM5000 is a combat knife with a total length of 30.2 cm. This consists of a 17.2 cm long blade and a 13 cm long handle. The blade is 5 mm thick. It is made of 1.4110 stainless steel with a hollow ground joint. The cut thus enables better cutting ability. The blade is coated with black Kalgard. The KM5000 also has a striking element at the end of the handle. MOLLE or IdZ adaptable Cordura / plastic sheath system.

 

Eickhorn Solingen:

In the past, Eickhorn knives such as rescue, combat and bayonet knives were almost exclusively supplied to authorities. The quality and functionality of these products soon became known and valued worldwide. As the popularity continued to grow, Eickhorn decided to expand its range for the civilian market as well.

So it came about that Eickhorn now manufactures its innovative knives for everyone. The tried and tested tradition is combined with the latest technology in order to achieve the best results. In the field of damask knives, the blacksmith's choice fell on the well-known and talented Markus Balbach. He is one of the best European experts when it comes to making Damascus blades.

Many knife manufacturers in Solingen have meanwhile relocated abroad, but not Eickhorn! Eickhorn is in Solingen grew up and will remain loyal to the city of blades in the future.

4 reviews for Eickhorn KM5000

  1. Rolf -

    Handled very reliably. Goods in perfect condition and of excellent quality. I was pleasantly surprised.

  2. Athan -

    Simply perfect in terms of workmanship, feels good in the hand, sheath is functional and robust. Everything great!

  3. Martin -

    High quality outdoor knife! I can only recommend it!

  4. Jan -

    Great price / performance ratio, very good workmanship, super stable. Very fast shipping. And cheaper than anywhere else!

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