Opinel No 13 Stainless Steel Giant Folding Knife with Beechwood Handle


This giant folding knife, the Opinel No 13 Stainless Steel Knife with Beechwood Handle, started out as a gimmick in the 1970's and was kept popular all these years later. Use it at your next family BBQ.

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Added to the folding knife collection in the 1970's, the No.13 folding knife was created as more of a gimmick than anything else. The popularity of the No.13 kept it in production, and all these years later it is still a favorite of collectors and Opinel enthusiasts across the globe. Stretching nearly 20 inches in length when open, this knife truly is giant when compared to the rest of the Opinel folding knife line. While not commonly used in every day activities, folks have been known to use this knife while barbecuing – you can easily cut, poke, and flip steaks on the grill and the beech wood handle does not transfer heat. It's also prime for watermelon slicing! This size features the Virobloc® safety ring.

Hand wash only. Do not immerse your knife in water, as this could warp the wooden handle. Dry the blade before closing
Virobloc® safety ring
Mechanism: Virobloc® safety ring
Blade Length: 8.75 in
Overall Length: 19.75 in
Weight: 4.0 oz
Best Use: BBQ
Blade Steel: 12c27 Stainless
Handle: Beech wood

Invented by Joseph Opinel in 1890, high in the French Alps, the iconic pocket knives have adorned the pockets and tool chests of some of the most renowned artists of the 20th century.

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Weight 1 lbs
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