Brandners Homestyle: Very beautifull knife from Otter. I will try to get one.
Thanks for your good videos!!
MrDagon007: @jodavidable Oops, I didn't check which video I was replying to, sorry the small one is not a Mercator type knife. You may be able to find it on their site, but I thought they made just a small batch for a trade fair in Solingen (where I bought it). A worst send them a mail with a screenshot of my review and ask.
MrDagon007: @jodavidable Surf to otter-messer.de and select the category Mercator-Knife at the left. Cheers!
Uushilumbu79: The smaller knife you should find here:
1) website: pocketknives.de
2) click on "shop"
3) click on "Schließmesser / lockbacks"
4) type: Sodbuster
buzz kirschner: nice review
Eye knives are perfection
MrDagon007: I couldn't find exactly which carbon steel they use. The blades are pretty tough (perhaps the hammer-forging has something to do with it) and I have the impression they keep an edge longer than carbon steel Opinels. I don't have a Case CV, and I barely used my Tidioute (=GEC) with 1095 blade, so I can't really compare.
Anyway, I think that you'll find the Carl Schlieper blade performance sufficient.
Brian Robinson: do you have any idea what type of steel Carl Schlieper knives use? I know its carbon but Id like to know exactly what kind. Or atleast how it compares to Case's CV or GEC's 1095. Thanks
APR is also Finnish Knife maker. Not very well known but... they have web site and their range of knives.
MrDagon007: The only KC knife that I have is the lovely Robert Klaas Monolith, I have a video where I compare it to the Buck 110. Klaas is the "mother company" that actually outsources KK production to China; but the Monolith is if I am not mistaken Solingen-made.
Eventually I'll buy a traditional Stiletto and do a review.
For Paaso, well Scandinavian knives in general, do check my clips about Roselli and Martiini.
Finally, I don't know what you mean with "APR" !
Great reviews. Could you please do some reviews on APR and Paaso and Stiletto of Kissing Cranes as well? Thank you.
Coffeedude55: Great review. Now I want to run out and buy one. Thanks!
MrDagon007: I examined the Boker Titan Defender in the Boker factory shop. It is truly excellent, you can't go wrong with it.
Thomas Aasen: Thankyou for your good knife revius. I have just got myself a Caly 3, 189 blade. I am now waiting for Benchmade 940:) And now...Have u heard of Boker Titanium Defender? It looks grate. Love to hear something about it. Keep up the good. Thanks
ProteinePlus: Fatastic review, as always. It's a pity they put so much writing in the blades. These are supposed to be elegant knives, and marking the blades detracts somewhat from their elegance.
MrDagon007: Yes, my other Schliepers have a stronger backspring as well. Of course, with the longer blade you can easily give more torque.
yobbos1: I'm surprised most of my Schliepers have very strong backsprings and a good fit. Always grateful to see beautiful European knives reviewed, thank you Dagon.
mwillblade: You review beautiful knives !
YayILikePie: Huh. I didn't know Otter Messer was still around. I thought Linder had bought them out some years back. Very nice knives. Of the two, I do like the blade shape on that Otter.
Knife review: classic German knives by Carl Schlieper (German Eye) and Otter5
out of 5