Condition: Excellent, like new.
Known for his highly utilitarian yet wonderfully refined designs, Jared Price first started making blades in 2008 ever since his interest in knives was piqued when his grandfather gave him his first slip joint carved out of wood. The Warbler is his take on a robust frame lock folder and proves to be a stellar combination of the best of the old and the new.
The Warbler features a stout 2.6" Chad Nichols Bacon stainless Damascus blade, that gets its name from the characteristic streaks across the length of the blade. The beauty of the Damascus is matched by the shimmering Copper Niobium super-conductor bolsters and pocket clip that looks straight out of a sci-fi movie.
The handles themselves are made from Westinghouse Micarta, which bears its signature 'antique ivory' look that complements the copper tones of the bolster beautifully. Not only is Westinghouse Micarta a sight to behold, but it's also incredibly tough, durable, and virtually corrosion-resistant - the perfect blend of form and function.
Expertly assembled from the finest selection of materials, this one-of-a-kind folder is performance personified. If you're in the market for a head-turner of a blade that can handle all manner of everyday tasks with ease - the Warbler is tailor-made for you.
- Chad Nichols Bacon stainless Damascus blade
- Copper Niobium super-conductor bolsters and pocket clip
- Lightweight Westinghouse Micarta handles
- Sturdy frame lock construction
- Blade Length: 2.6" (6.604 cm)
- Overall Length: 6.3" (16.002 cm)
- Blade Thickness: 0.16" (0.406 cm)
- Weight: 124 grams
- Made in the USA