Brook Turner is a Australian knife maker from the northern beaches of Sydney.
All Brook’s knives have a beautiful finish and a very clean look.
The shape of the knife has a semi flat belly making it extremely good for push cutting, or rocking with a lot of versatility.
There is a large range of tasks this knife can achieve. Making it a very good choice for anyone in need of one knife to do it all.
The only downside is that it doesn’t rock as well as some knives.
The distal taper is gradual with the blade starting at 2.98mm near the handle and thinning to less than a 1mm at the tip!
The knife has a slight finger hook making it sit in the pinch grip very comfortably.
The handle needs no description at all.
Being high carbon this knife is susceptible to rust and will form a patina over time.
Personally I love the look of a patina. It is a sign of quality and will give a unique look to your blade.
This knife, like all Brook’s beautiful work is a one of a kind.
I am proud to present another locally made knife with high carbon steel.
Steel: 52100 Carbon Steel
Blade length: 215mm
Blade thickness: 2.98mm
Overall length: 360mm
Blade Height: 53mm
Handle: Octagonal, African Blackwood/ Maple Burl
*Don’t like the handle or blade? Get a custom made knife by contacting Brook at http://www.brookturnerblades.com/
Buy some knife oil to help protect your knife:
(This wont stop a patina from forming)