Steel Will Knives Introduces the Druid Mini Series

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posted on June 1, 2015
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Steel Will Knives announces the addition of multiple new models to their versatile Druid Series, the Mini Druids. The Mini Druids are not simply proportionately smaller versions of full size Druid models. They are completely redesigned to provide a secure safe grip and excel at tasks that require precision.

The Mini Druid models 205, 215, 225, 255, and 265 are compact, lightweight knives that are ideal for intricate and delicate tasks which require a small and maneuverable blade. These models are best suited for hunters, fishermen, and outdoor enthusiasts with medium sized hands. The blades of these new models are much thinner (.14) in comparison with the full sized models. In fact, all of the dimensions of each blade (length, profile, and grinds) were revised to ensure maximum performance. . Each miniature model of the Druid series has its own unique advantages.

The variety offered in the Mini Druid series allows each individual to feel a bond with their knife by choosing the ideal size and blade style. But the main advantages of this series remained unchanged, from the comfortable textured TPE handle, to the durable full-tang construction, to the comfortable and secure leather sheath. Steel Will Knives strongly recommends that you select a Druid model based on how it fits in your hand and your intended tasks.

Steel Will Knives Druid Mini Series Specifications

  • Steel: 9Cr18MoV
  • Full Length: 8.27 to 9.25 inches
  • Blade Length: 3.54 to 4.53 inches
  • Blade Thickness: 0.14 inch
  • Blade-HRC: 58-59
  • Blade Finish: Satin
  • Handle: Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE)
  • Sheath: High Quality Leather
  • MSRP: $69.99 to $74.99

To learn more about the Mini Druid Series, please visit http://steelwillknives.com

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