How about this kind of Damascus blade?

Aug 16, 2021
Edge Retention (also called strength) is your knife’s ability to hold sharpness during use. 🔥
Whether it’s dicing up cardboard boxes, feather sticking some firewood, or hacking up sisal rope,
no one likes a dull knife.🥰

How about this kind of Damascus blade?🔥

Kansept knife Prickle K1012D1 with Damascus blade.

Kansept knife Prickle 3.53'' blade length
Blade : Damascus
Handle : Stainless Steel + Carbon Fiber
Designed by :max__tkachuk

Damascus steel can be recognised by the beautiful pattern found on the surface of the blade.

Damascus knives are knives made from Damascus steel.
It is the technique used to make the steel that marks them as ‘Damascus’ rather than any other part of the knife design.

High-quality Damascus blades hold their edge well.
This is because the knives are usually made from an inner core of high-carbon specialty steel surrounded by softer stainless steel which has been forged to produce the distinctive Damascus pattern.Due to the hardness of the inner core, the blade’s edge will remain sharp, while the softer stainless steel acts to protect the core from chipping.

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