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LK5278 鲨鱼

设计师:梁俊交

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经过ZERO和TOUGH两款EDC折刀的铺垫后,迪克决定推出一款战术折刀,这就是Tiburon(鲨鱼)。鲨鱼折刀采用传统的水滴刀尖+假刃的设计,在兼顾切割的同时最大限度的提升了穿刺性能。刀刃材料选用防锈性和柔韧性出色的Sandvik 12C27,锋利持久。2.8mm厚的刀刃搭配半平磨刀刃,使得刀锋轻盈又兼顾高强度。刀柄采用G10全3D加工,使得各种持握方式都非常舒适。独特的伸缩式口袋夹,能让刀子在携带时更加深入口袋中,隐蔽携行。

参数规格

刀刃:Sandvik 12C27

手柄:G10手柄

涂层:喷砂

长度:全长220mm,刀刃96mm,刀柄121mm

锁型:衬锁

硬度:HRC 57~59

质量:155克

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设计师简介:梁俊交

多年来从事家电、数码3C行业及五金行业的产品设计,热爱生活,喜欢接触新鲜事物,对产品细节的设计要求高,喜欢简约的设计风格,针对不同的产品设计经常会带来不一样的想法与灵感,希望通过设计给产品赋予生命力,改善别人的生活质量。

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