To celebrate Pohl Force's 15th anniversary, the popular Bravo One and Two Gen. 1 folding knife models are reissued.
Right from the very beginning, their size and compact shapes made them ideal companions for everyday use. And this has not changed to this day. Like the Alpha Two X on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the company with the original handle design of the first generation. The new Classic Edition also features the other details such as the lock-back mechanism, the pocket clip that can be mounted on either the left or right side, and the two-handed opening of the blade
It's not only Pohl Force that is celebrating an anniversary, but also designer and company founder Dietmar Pohl. At the beginning of the 1990s, now 30 years ago, he created his first knife designs on paper, which opened up a new chapter in his life. ATS-34 from the Japanese steel manufacturer Hitachi, a pendant to the American 154CM steel, was one of the most popular steels of the time. For nearly a decade, ATS-34 steel remained the first choice of custom knifemakers before powder metallurgy steel took off in the 2000s. On the occasion of the company's anniversary, Dietmar Pohl managed to obtain "his" steel again in a very limited quantity and use it for the Classic Edition of the Bravo One / Two. The very corrosion-resistant ATS-34 impresses with its outstanding sharpness and high edge retention.
The Bravo One Classic BK is equipped with durable handle scales made of black GRP and a Spearpoint blade with an exciting two-tone finish (stonewashed/ longitudinal satin finish).
As a folding knife that cannot be opened with one hand, complies with the German Weapons Act since 2008. BKA statement on the Bravo One: >>> click here <<<