The Beetle-S is a Maxace EDC folding knife with a Drop-Point blade made of premium M390 steel. Titanium handle with bone overlays. This model can be called a gentleman’s knife. Thanks to its classic and strict forms, this beauty will go well with both a formal suit and ripped jeans. With a blade length of 83 mm and a stock thickness of 1.8 mm, the knife is capable of making an almost surgical cut. Equipped with a lanyard hole and a sliding hinge closure. The clip is missing.
The blade is made of M390 steel. This is a premium powder martensitic steel with a high chromium and vanadium content. It is produced by the world-famous Austrian concern Bohler – Uddeholm AG. This steel is recognized as one of the best in the world for its wear resistance, high anti-corrosion properties, excellent strength and toughness. Currently, it is a very popular material and is successfully used in the production of premium serial knives, as well as custom and author models. The blades of this steel are hardened to 58-62 HRC. It has excellent cutting edge strength. However, it is worth noting that the flip side of this feature is not completely easy to focus.
The handle is made of titanium with bone overlays. Titanium has excellent mechanical properties. It is relatively strong, tough and light compared to other popular metals used in knife handles. The titanium alloy handle is heat-resistant, physically inert and non-oxidizing. Externally, the titanium handles look luxurious and perfectly complement the blade steel of any brand. Despite the complex degree of processing, high viscosity and high price, this material is still quite common among knife makers. Bone is a strong and smooth material that gives the handle an exotic look. To avoid discoloration, the knife should not be left in the sun or under water for a long time.
Total length: 189 mm
Blade length: 83 mm
Blade width: 24 mm
Head thickness: 1.8 mm
Blade material: Bohler M390
Handle material: bone, titanium