Hurricane Razor by Amsler Knives

Aug 2, 2016

Category: Gear

Every once in a while we come across a tool or vehicle that just immediately jumps off the page. These tools exhibit the perfect mix of toughness, great design, and real-world application. This special edition splash cerakote Hurricane Razor from Amsler Knives fits those descriptors and more.

Basically a souped-up fixed utility blade, this cpm 154 steel knife is made for precision cutting and features a stand-out design that you’ll be proud to sport in your everyday carry setup. With a large handle fitted with o-rings and an extremely sharp blade with an 18 degree angle, you can use this like you would an xacto blade. For a little bit of flare on this particular version of the knife, Robert Amlser added on a lime green gloss splatter and an anodized green titanium clip with a glowing piece on the back. Not bad for a utility blade. Prices are set at $180. [Purchase]

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