A nice knife with a genuine pattern-welded Damascus!
Firstly, if you're questioning whether this is genuine folded pattern-welded Damascus for only $70 – it is. The acid etch reveals the authentic texture, showcasing the real deal. The blade, though not very sharp out of the box, has a strong and random pattern brought out by etching and a good polish. It features a slight recurve, adding complexity to sharpening. The handle is outstanding, fitting perfectly in hand with a secure grip, and the mosaic pin enhances its appeal. The sheath is attractive but marred by an edge-dressing substance that stains everything it touches. Despite this issue, the knife itself is a fine value and can be an excellent addition to your collection.
High-quality at a reasonable price
The knife is an all-around win. It came with a slight warp, which made it hard to use for chopping, but for the amount it costs, this blade is by far the most comfortable, pretty, and efficient blade I have ever had the pleasure of using. The handle may seem too polished and smooth, but it really is just right for a good handle. It came well packaged and well-oiled, which is a definite yes-plus when dealing with Damascus. For about 70 bucks, I would definitely call this blade a bargain. I look forward to buying more products from these guys in the future.
Great value. Well-balanced with an overall fantastic appearance
Received both knives, but the smaller one on the left was sent to me, even though I paid for the one on the right.
Instead, it was rough around the edges. I smoothed it out myself.
For the money, it's okay. It's a bit tough around the edges, and the leather sheath is on the cheaper side.
Exceptional Knife Given the Price
This is a surprisingly nice knife for the price. It's well-crafted and made from very good materials. I am very happy with this purchase.
What is Big Cat Knives?
Big Cat Knives is an American company devoted to building the optimum
What material are Big Cat Knives made of?
Out of the 35 knives that made up our catalog, 31 are made of
Damascus Steel, and 4 are plain-steel blades.
What is Damascus Steel?
Damascus steel is a famed type of steel recognizable by the watery or
wavy light and dark pattern of the metal. It's made by folding
multiple iron billets that leaves the blade extremely hard and
flexible while maintaining a sharp edge.