Vero Engineering

Vero Engineering Isotope - Brass Inlay

The integral Isotope

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Taking his creations to new heights, the Vero Engineering Isotope is designed by Joseph Vero, a mechanical engineer by day (designing drones), and knife maker by night. Pushing the boundaries, the Isotope is the first integral knife from Joseph, and a true heavy-hitter in terms of everyday form and function.

With versatility built into its DNA, the Vero Engineering Isotope features a gorgeous M390 drop point blade that's endlessly versatile and available in your choice of a hand satin, belt satin, or stonewashed finish. 

Going above and beyond, the integral handles are meticulously machined from one solid slab of titanium. An integral handles is considerably more difficult and time-consuming to produce, but it's worth it because it provides enhanced stability and strength (aside from being incredibly cool). 

Built to the tightest of tolerances and designed to stand the test of time and trends, the Vero Engineering Isotope is completed by solid brass inlay on the handles, which will develop a gorgeous patina with time and use, further adding to the charm and character of this one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

  • M390 drop point blade
  • Integral one-piece titanium handle
  • Solid brass inlays
  • Sturdy frame lock mechansim
  • Overall Length: 8.8" (224 mm)
  • Blade Length: 3.9" (99.5 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.158" (4mm)
  • Handle Thickness: 0.075" at clip (19mm)
  • Weight: 5oz
  • Designed by Joseph Vero

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