Roselli knives are designed by Heimo Roselli, who began making knives in 1976 and researched ancient bladesmithing techniques to rediscover the secret for making ultra-high-carbon steel. The Roselli knives are highly functional with little to no extra polish.
The Ultra-High-Carbon knives have a carbon content of 1.5%-2.0%, and are hardened to 66-68 Rockwell, making them some of the toughest knives available. The quality of Roselli has been independently tested many times, and the UHC is internationally recognized as the hardest steel in any modern knife, unmatched compared to any other premium brand on Earth.
Roselli's Russian customers requested a knife with a longer blade, and this is the result, which has been nicknamed the "Kamchatka Moose Hunter" by Roselli staff. This design has proven itself in outback activities for over 40 years, and takes on outdoor life, hunting, fishing and camping with ease. It has a longer blade, making it even more versatile – and can double as kitchen knife for the whole camp.
The blade is made from UHC (Ultra High Carbon) steel and the handle is cut from heat treated curly birch, coated with linseed oil – which ensure a firm grip, even when wet.
Comes with handcrafted sheath of dark vegetable tanned Finnish leather.
Crafted, sharpened and perfected by hand in Harmoinen, Finland.
Each product is unique. Patterns and texture of natural materials can vary.
Knife Length: 10"
Blade Length: 5.75"
Blade Width: 1.25"
Blade Thickness: 0.11"
Knife Weight: 8 oz.
Handle Length: 5"
Pommel: stained handle
Handle Circumference: 4"
Handle Material: stained wood
Sheathed Weight: 7.7 oz.
Sheathed Length: 12.5"
Belt Loop: 2.5"
Blade Material: ultra-high-carbon steel (1.5% - 2.0%), hardened to Rockwell 64 - 66