Joseph Rodgers Challenge Yachtsman's Knife

A derivative of the British Army Knife, the Challenge Yacht Knife features a stainless serrated sailing blade, a can-opener and a marlin spike for rope work. Two more tools are integrated in the handle - a shackle Key and a screwdriver, and it includes a
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Mechanism Slipjoint
Handle Material Satin Polished Stainless Steel
Steel Type Stainless Steel
Closed Length 3.75" (95mm)
Open Length 6" (155m)
Blade Length 2.25" (52mm)
Weight 5.2 oz (147 grams)

A derivative of the British Army Knife, the Challenge Yacht Knife features a stainless serrated sailing blade, a can-opener and a marlin spike for rope work. Two more tools are integrated in the handle - a shackle Key and a screwdriver, and it includes a white cotton sliding knot lanyard.

Joseph Rodgers & Sons maintained a stellar reputation in the 1800’s as a top knife maker in Sheffield, England. They invested heavily in state of the art production facilities and became one of the the largest of the Sheffield firms by the end of the 19th century. Their rival brand Geo Wostenholm IXL  also had a great reputation and they both worked hard to stay the cream of the Sheffield crop. Ironically, both brands are owned currently by a parent company, but are still produced in Sheffield and craftsmanship has remained high quality.

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