|Style||Fixed Blade Knives|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||Companion Black|
|Item Model Number||M-12141|
|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 3.81 x 25.4 cm|
Morakniv Companion Fixed Blade Outdoor Knife with Sandvik Stainless Steel Blade, 4.1-Inch
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- Versatile fixed-blade outdoor knife with a 4.1-inch hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade is ideal for carving, food prep, and cutting tinder
- High-quality Swedish steel is razor sharp and exceptionally tough; stainless steel blade stays sharp longer than carbon steel, and is less prone to rust
- Patterned, high-friction grip sits comfortably in the hand, for greater control, safety, and performance, especially in wet and cold conditions
- Blade length: 4.1 inches (104 mm), blade thickness: 0.1 inch (2.5 mm), overall length: 8.6 inches (218 mm), weight w/ sheath: 4.1 oz. (116 g)
- Includes a color-matching plastic sheath with belt clip; manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty; made in Sweden
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The Morakniv Companion Fixed-Blade Outdoor Knife is an all-in-one knife for outdoor enthusiasts, ideal for carving, food prep, and cutting tinder and wood. Featuring a 4.1-inch, three-quarter tang hardened Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade, it maintains an edge and stays sharp longer than carbon steel, and is far less prone to rust, for outdoor and marine applications where knives are commonly exposed to dirt and moisture. A patterned, high-friction grip sits comfortably in the hand, for greater control, safety, and performance, especially in wet and cold conditions. A must-have knife for camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, and survival/emergency preparedness, the Moraniv Companion has a blade length of 4.1 inches (104 mm), blade thickness of 0.1 inch (2.5 mm), overall length of 8.6 inches (218 mm), and weight w/ sheath of 4.1 oz. (116 g). Includes a color-matching plastic sheath with a belt clip. Manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty. Made in Sweden.
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I do have a collection of Swiss Army knives although all are too precious to me to utilise for any useful purpose, other than to pick my teeth after eating meat, scratch my ear holes (the other end of the pick is ideal, albeit rather gruesome), and the scissors to cut cotton wool pads for electronic cigarette wicking material. The Mora knife I purchased here was such a low-cost product, I’d be far more inclined to use it for more substantial purposes.
The knife arrived and I must say that I’m delighted. The handle is a rubbery texture and affords a great grip, the sheath is durable although it’s a little cumbersome to pull out the knife and the blade itself is sharper than my wife’s tongue, god bless her. I don’t believe I’ve ever owned a sharp knife like this, it makes my Swiss Army knife (the big one) seem like it’s made of kebab meat. This Mora is quite literally sharp enough to shave with, it’s quite astounding for such a cheap product.
I still haven’t managed to go full cave-man with it though, but it’s in my list for the near future. I have no doubt that this will serve me well, I won’t be afraid of damaging it because of the price and it’s likely to get used when we are out in the wilderness of Blighty.
I've use mine for batoning wood, stripping bark, cutting paracord and prepping camp food and it just holds it's edge all day long. When I get home I give it a clean and a few strokes on a steel and it's like new.
Even the sheath was better than I was expecting, the Mora won't just fall out and is held in place until needed, but not so much as to require forcing and possible accidents.
Honestly I can't fault this knife and would happily buy another when mine eventually gives up.
Would definitely recommend and definitely buy again
Ok for basic carving tasks and camp tasks. I haven't done any heavy battoning but copes well with splitting smaller pieces of wood. Handle reassuringly grippy.
You can spend a lot on a bushcraft knife and get a lot less knife than the companion.
Das Mora besticht mit seinem alltagstauglichen Charme schon bei den ersten "Schnittproben", direkt aus dem Karton heraus.
Sauscharfes Ding, was auch noch nach und nach sehr einfach nachgeschliffen werden kann, um es weiterhin gut nutzbar zu halten.
Dies ist eine Eigenschaft die bisher augenscheinlich eher teureren Messern vorbehalten schien, aber die Meinung hat sich nun ganz schnell als falsch erwiesen.
Mein hölzerner Franzose (Opinel No.08) hat jetzt ausgedient und wurde durch den Schweden ersetzt. :)
Pro / +
-Von Haus aus bereits scharf
-Leicht zu schärfen
-Nicht für Rost anfällig
-Einfach zu reinigen
(-Möglickeiten für kleinere Modifikationen)
Con / -
-Unverschämt gutes Preis-/Leistungsverhältnis
Um es nun kurz zu machen: klare Kaufempfehlung von mir ;)
Gibt einfach nichts besseres ohne "Schickimicki", und vor allem für diesen Preis. Einfach unschlagbar!
However, I decided to sharpen it at home with a lansky sharpening system. I spent about 5-10 mins working from 600 to 1000 grit. I didn't bother stropping it however as after the 1000 it was sharp enough to shave arm hair..if anything I've probably made it too sharp! The steel holds the edge well so far. May update in future with additional info. Went for the bright orange so not to lose it in woodland etc.
Comes delivered nice and sharp, so can be put to use straight away. Easily shaved my leg hair off, straight out the box.
The rubber grip handle is excellent, non-slip and allows your thumb to get to the back of the blade for those tricky jobs. This knife is very easy to use.
I wanted something lightweight and cheap that falls between the size of my Swiss Army Knife, and the 6 inch Fallkniven NL3 (my main go-to, do-anything knife), and this fits the bill perfectly. It will be used for food prep and the creation of tinder.
The bright orange means it will never go missing - it really stands out. Plus the blade itself is very shiny and reflective, more so than any other knife I’ve seen. Could definitely be used as a signal mirror.
Only slight downside is the sheath. Yes it holds the knife well and the knife clips in with a satisfactory click, but getting it out one handed is not easy. It’s also plastic and feels horribly cheap. Not worth dropping a star for this, because it is what it is, but I would prefer (and may purchase elsewhere) a better sheath.
The knife itself, though, is excellent. Definitely recommend for the price.
The sheath is a nice, secure fit with a satisfying click when holstering the knife. I do wish, however, that the sheath had the swivel belt loop as the Mora Firestarter comes with. The belt loop on this is solidly fixed to the rest of the sheath, and is of the type that clips to your belt rather than slide your belt through.
The handle is very well shaped making for very comfortable use.
Overall, another very happy Mora purchase!
The handle is very grippy with a soft rubber like feel, but with an underlying firmness. Wet or dry your hand stays in place, which is just as well as there is no slip guard. My only concern is; will oils from the hand and dirt etc cause the rubber to break down - time will tell. It is advertised as having a 3/4 tang and having put some downward pressure on the blade it feels solid with the leverage on it not feeling like it is going to turn and punch through the handle.
I've hacked up a few pieces of wood with this and slashed up a fair few cardboard boxes to go into the recycling bin. The edge has held up well with just a need for some occasional honing. I have run it over a whetstone once and it sits nicely in the hand for this task. It sharpened up nicely, but I am yet to go from dulled to sharp to see how easy / difficult this could be.
The ridging plastic sheath holds the knife firmly in place. It is shaped to take the blade in one way only, so be careful when putting it back in else it may fall out. When clipped in place you need a little bit of force to pull it free with only about 2/3 of the handle to hold. If you pull it there is a chance it jumps up and suddenly exposes the blade. I noticed a small notch on the sheath that you can put a thumb on and use it for leverage for a more controlled release of the blade and it also allows for one handed release.