The Enigmatic Nemo
Condition: Great (Minor signs of use pictured)
Named after the mysterious Captain Nemo (from Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea), the Jens Anso Nemo carbon fiber and titanium pocket knife is as enigmatic as its namesake. The Nemo is one of the elite Danish custom knife maker’s earlier designs and is as rare as it gets because those who own one often hold on to it for life.
The ultra-sleek Nemo carbon fiber and titanium pocket knife features a unique RWL-34 recurve drop point blade that excels at all manners of slicing due to its generous belly. The characteristic hand-satin finish is pin-point perfect, as is the detent, centering, and lock-up on this lesser-seen frame-lock flipper.
The handles are made from a stellar combination of lightweight carbon fiber and solid titanium, which affords the best of both worlds in terms of functionality and strength. The textured scalloping adds both visual and tactile contrast, while the discreet titanium pocket clip stamped with the Anso maker’s mark completes this rare piece of knife making lore.
- Incredibly rare and hard to find
- Custom made by Jens Anso
- RWL-34 stainless steel blade
- Hand-satin finish
- Scalloped titanium and carbon fiber handles
- Matching titanium pocket clip
- Blade Length: 4.25" (10.79 cm)
- Overall Length: 9.46" (24.02 cm)
- Blade Thickness: 0.15" (0.38 cm)
- Weight: 148 grams
- Made in Denmark
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