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Benchmade’s Limited Edition Kitchen Knives Are Inspired By Oregon’s Volcanic Ranges

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Back in late 2021 Benchmade unveiled its all-new cutlery collection, applying its same eye for design, world-class craftsmanship, and use of top-shelf materials to the kitchen knife space. Despite the fact these knives can be customized using Benchmade’s online configurator, this product line’s immense success has ultimately prompted the Oregon City outfit to debut a growing number of limited edition cutlery knives and sets — the latest of which to break cover are the new Benchmade Camo Copper Fatcarbon Edition Cutlery Knives. 

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Taking inspiration from the volcanic mountain ranges found in Benchmade’s home state or Oregon, this limited edition treatment has been bestowed upon the knifemaker’s cutlery collection’s Station Knife and 3-Piece Set — the latter of which is comprised of special versions of Benchmade’s Chef Knife, Utility Knife, and Paring Knife. Both the Station Knife and 3-Piece Set sport special laser-marked topographic patterns, with the Station Knife being modeled after the Cascade Range’s Broken Top stratovolcano while the 3-Piece Set borrows its topo lines from the Three Sisters volcanic peaks. Laser-cut from sheets of high-grade CPM-154 steel, these blades are fortified via a black DLC coating beneath their topographical lines, plus each blade is expertly ground, beveled, and finished by hand. 

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It doesn’t simply end with the blades, however, as Benchmade has also treated these limited edition additions to its cutlery lineup with special Fatcarbon Camo Copper scales. This top-shelf three-colored handle construction has also been complemented via a dark copper PVD-coated bolster ring. In typical Benchmade fashion, these knives are assembled entirely by hand in America before going through ultra-stringent quality control checks to ensure the highest possible standards for fit and finish. And, just like with Benchmade’s recent limited edition Mount Rainier Station Knife releases, the Camo Copper Fatcarbon-spec knives all come with included hard sheath covers that sport the same topographical pattern as the blades that they’re protecting. 

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Limited to only 100 units each, the Benchmade Camo Copper Fatcarbon Edition Cutlery Knives are available for order now, with pricing set at $750 for the 4010BK-2303 Camo Copper Fatcarbon Station Knife and $1,800 for the 4000BK-2303 Camo Copper Fatcarbon 3-Piece Set.