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Kizer's Variable Wharncliffe is my latest collaboration with them. The Variable series is a small neck knife that utulizes a finger hole as part of the handle. This finger hole provides a secure grip that keeps your hand safe during cutting tasks. There are many knives out there that utilize a finger hole. The difference between theirs and mine is the centrally oriented handle. This design gives the user any grip option, left or right hand, forward or reverse grip, even a "push" dagger grip. You can even choke up on the blade, as you would with a chefs knife, for finer, more controlled cutting.


This version is giving you a bit more style with your utility knife. It has a black PVD coating and carbon fiber handles.  A touch of class for your cutting chores.

Kizer, Variable Wharncliffe w/ carbon fiber handle

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