With the new Charlie generation, designer Dietmar Pohl continues the successful product series of minimalist and extremely durable knives. Whether for everyday use or as an ultra-flat back-up knife for outdoor activities - the new Charlie Two covers a wide range of applications.
The modern Spear Point blade and handle of the Charlie Three are made of 6 millimeter thick D2 tool steel, which provides the knife with both a level of resilience and edge retention. The handle and blade surface has a black TiN coating.
Using CNC technology, all details are elaborately milled out of the specifically flat designed handle of the new Charlie series. The rounded tang and the grooved areas for index finger and thumb provide a comfortable and secure grip. If desired, the holes in the handle can be used for a handle wrap with parachute rope.
The Charlie Three BK is equipped with a sturdy and high-quality Kydex® sheath in black color. The Tac-Clip belt adapter, which can be mounted in various positions, allows a flexible and secure carrying.
Overall length: 210 mm | 8.27 inches
Blade length: 92 mm | 3.62 inches
Blade thickness: 6 mm | 0.236 inches
Weight: 148 g | 5.22 oz. (Charlie Three), 104 g | 3.67 oz. (Kydex® sheath with adapter)
Blade steel: D2
Blade finish: TiN Coating
Handle material: no handle scales
Sheath: Kydex® sheath with belt adapter (fits belt widths up to 55mm)
Scope of delivery: Charlie Three BK, Kydex® sheath in black color with Tac-Clip belt adapter, lanyard
Care instructions The blade of the Charlie Three is made of D2 (1.2379) tool steel, which has enormous cutting durability, but requires a certain amount of basic care due to the chrome content of 11.8 %. Corrosion can occur in the absence of proper maintenance. For prevention, the knife should be cleaned, dried and re-oiled regularly to prevent rust and corrosion. Especially when the knife comes into contact with uncertain substances or acidic liquids or marine environment.