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Mora 106 & 164 Twin Pack Woodcarving

Wood carving knife from Morakniv with a wooden handle. Knife is sharpened on Right Hand Side
£40.00
Manufacturer: Mora
SKU: 13443set
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Specifications

164

  • Steel type Stainless steel
  • Model blade Curved Right Handed 
  • Handle Birch
  • Blade lengh 5.5cm
  • Handle length 10.9cm
  • Total length 16.4cm

 106

 

  • Steel type Laminated steel
  • Handle Birch
  • Blade lengh 82mm
  • Total length 190mm

 

Description

The most important thing when it comes to woodcarving is a sharp knife. Instead of being a wonderful, creative experience, it can become both irritating and dangerous if the knife is blunt. A real sharp knife gets you on the right path quite simply.

This knife has a single-edged stainless steel blade for right hand use. The back of the knife is not sharp which gives you the possibility to use your left hand to push the blade with your fingers from the back. This blade has the smaller curve of our hook knives.
We have optimized the blade to make it run smooth over the inside of the spoon or bowl. Improved edge bevels complete the blade and give it the optimum carving experience.

The Erik Frost 106 is a long bladed woodcarving knife with a thin, tapered blade of laminated steel and an oiled birchwood handle

Good ergonomic design is another classic hallmark of knives from Mora of Sweden.
They are solid, substantial, and feel good in the hand when you use them.
Mora knives are also designed so that you can work with high precision, regardless of whether it is a Classic Mora knife, an Ergonomic Mora knife or Erik Frost craftman’s knife.

Specifications

164

  • Steel type Stainless steel
  • Model blade Curved Right Handed 
  • Handle Birch
  • Blade lengh 5.5cm
  • Handle length 10.9cm
  • Total length 16.4cm

 106

 

  • Steel type Laminated steel
  • Handle Birch
  • Blade lengh 82mm
  • Total length 190mm

 

Description

The most important thing when it comes to woodcarving is a sharp knife. Instead of being a wonderful, creative experience, it can become both irritating and dangerous if the knife is blunt. A real sharp knife gets you on the right path quite simply.

This knife has a single-edged stainless steel blade for right hand use. The back of the knife is not sharp which gives you the possibility to use your left hand to push the blade with your fingers from the back. This blade has the smaller curve of our hook knives.
We have optimized the blade to make it run smooth over the inside of the spoon or bowl. Improved edge bevels complete the blade and give it the optimum carving experience.

The Erik Frost 106 is a long bladed woodcarving knife with a thin, tapered blade of laminated steel and an oiled birchwood handle

Good ergonomic design is another classic hallmark of knives from Mora of Sweden.
They are solid, substantial, and feel good in the hand when you use them.
Mora knives are also designed so that you can work with high precision, regardless of whether it is a Classic Mora knife, an Ergonomic Mora knife or Erik Frost craftman’s knife.