A sturdy folding knife with low weight and a design reminiscent of crocodile scales (Buwaya stands for crocodile in Filipino narcotic Tagalog), designed for everyday carry (Every Day Carry - EDC). It was designed by Grzegorz 'Kombou' Grabarski in cooperation with Rafal Brzeski (Brr Knives).
The blade with profile drop point was made from powder steel Bohler M390 characterized by high impact strength and resistance to abrasion and corrosion. It was hardened to a hardness of 59-61 HRC. The blade is coated with a protective coating finished with bead blast stonewash, making scratches from daily use less visible.
Fast opening of the knife is facilitated by a ball-bearing main axle and flipper, which also serves as a gut to protect the hand from slipping on the blade. The head in the open position is secured by a sturdy and stable lock frame-lock, and the safety of work is further improved by a deep notch on the back of the blade (the so-called jimping) giving a secure support for the thumb.
Ergonomic handle made of titanium 6AL4V consists of two facings connected by screws. Convenient carrying is facilitated by titanium clip, thanks to which the knife can be hooked to a belt, the edge of a pocket or other piece of equipment. On the foot of the handle there is a hole through which we can thread a safety line, lanyard or key ring.
Included with the knife are: nylon zippered pouch, cloth, instruction manual and sticker, all packed in a box.
. Blade length: 90 mm
Thickness of the blade: 4 mm
Steel: Bohler M390, 59-61 HRC
. Handle: 6AL4V titanium
Overall length: 208 mm
Weight: 150 g
Manufacturer: Bestech Knives