OPINEL Model No. 7 MON PREMIER children's pocket knife beech wood natural case stainless Article No. 254596
total length 17,5 cm
blade length 7,5 cm
Blade material 12C27 Sandvik steel rounded, stainless steel
blade shape clip point, also called pike point
handle length 10,0 cm
handle material beech wood natural, varnished
Opening aid nail cut
Special feature Virobloc safety ring, rounded tip
Weight with case 52 gram
Manufacturer OPINEL, France
Delivery with a case in blue color
Keywords Virobloc, pocket knife rounded shape, knife for children, folding, stainless, Opinel, seven, 7, sieve, beech wood
A stainless blade, the rounded tip known for children's knives and the safety ring are a matter of course. Also in a pocket knife for the offspring. To lock the blade of the folding pocket knife, the ring on the handle must be turned. Because this is as simple as it is functional, the system has its own name: Virobloc. Invented in 1955 by Marcel Opinel.
The knife is opened with the nail hammer. The thumbnail pulls the blade out of the handle by means of a groove. Not for nail biters, they should get out of the habit as soon as possible.
INOX struck in the blade means in German that the steel used is stainless.
Is the knife useless when the child has successfully reached puberty? Not at all, and the worthy parents do not have to worry about new major investments. The rounded blade could be sharpened into a pointed shape if the teenager is mature enough. But as it is, it has an old German shape that even adults can use to spread butter on their bread without having it taken away from them.
The knife grows with you, so to speak, as long as your brain does too. And there is even a special case for it. Made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, as well as regenerated leather in the form of cuttings left over from the processing of animal skins. Environmental awareness is taught from an early age.