Create Your Own Blade With Deejo’s 37G Custom Knife Program

May 29, 2019

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Although you may not be a master craftsman with the skills to forge your own knife, you can still create a custom blade thanks to Deejo. By using the Deejo 37G Custom Knife Program, you’ll be able to personalize every inch of your EDC carver.

The Deejo 37G is the base knife you get to customize, and it features a durable 420 stainless steel blade. You can choose a mirror, grey titanium, or black titanium finish, as well as a handle of your choice including exotic ash, olive tree, and carbon fiber. Personalize the knife even further with a tattoo on the blade and text you want on the handle. Some of the tattoo choices available are tribal, motor, and sky shark. The base knife features a 3.74-inch blade with a secure liner locking system and a belt clip so you can keep it on your person at all times. Create your very own folding knife today for $90.

Purchase: $90

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