Steel Will Introduces Censor Karambit Knife

posted on April 10, 2017
Steel Will Knives introduced the new Censor Karambit, a knife designed for everyday carry. The new blade is an improvement based on customer feedback from the original Censor Karambit released two years ago.

The new Censor Series knife features a curved blade made from AUS-8 steel, designed to provide users with a durable, sharp edge that resists wear. The knife comes in four different styles, each offering both serrated and non-serrated blade options, along with satin-steel and black-coated finishes.

Part of the redesign of the Censor Karambit was the improvement of the handle's ergonomics. The design team kept the popular curved handle but also incorporated a finger ring designed to improve handling. The new Karambit also includes a sheath made from nylon that is custom-fitted to the blade and can retain the knife securely in a variety of carry positions.

The total length of the knife is 8.78 inches, featuring a blade length of 3.86 inches and a blade thickness of 0.16 inches. The total weight of the new blade is 5.54 ounces. The suggested retail price on the new Steel Will Censor Karambit knife is $64.99.


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