Tactile Knife Co. Drops Special Edition Ultem Bexar


Tactile Knife Co. Drops Special Edition Ultem Bexar

Yesterday Tactile Knife Co. dropped a new limited edition

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Yesterday Tactile knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">Knife Co. dropped a new limited edition of their best-selling Bexar slipjoint yesterday. The Ultem Bexar features scales made from Ultem 1000 resin, the first time any Tactile knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">Knife Co. model has been produced in the material.

The Bexar needs no introduction. Although it’s only a year old, Tactile’s second folding knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">knife release not only appealed to those hungry for modern slipjoints, but really knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">knife enthusiasts in general, reeling in high praise and accolades almost immediately – including our year-end Readers’ Choice Award for Best Slipjoint/Non-Locking knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">Knife. In addition to its usefulness, subtly cool profile, and highly pocketable form factor, the Bexar was also among the first production knives to utilize Magnacut, the powder metallurgy steel developed by knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">Knife Steel Nerd’s Larrin Thomas.

The Ultem Bexar is nearly 50% lighter than the titanium model

All of the Bexarian elements are present here on the Ultem variation. The only difference is the new handle material – and what is Ultem 1000? It’s a resin with an amber-like hue in its natural, transparent state, used in medical and mechanical equipment, but, like many other modern industrial materials, has made its way into the EDC world, appearing on pens, worry stones, and other accessories. But it isn’t often seen on production knives, outside of custom replacement scales – until now.

Here, replacing the titanium scales on the standard Bexar, the Ultem scales actually make the knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">knife even lighter, shaving .8 ounces off the original, bringing the total to 1 oz. even. The translucent Ultem scales have the same Tactile texturing as knives and many Tactile Turn pens that preceded founder Will Hodge’s entry into the production knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">knife world. Speaking of those pens, there’s also an Ultem Bolt Action Pen available from Tactile Turn, if you want a matching writing implement to pair with your new knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">knife.

The Ultem Bexar is available now.

knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">Knife in Featured Image: Tactile knives/blades/knives.html" 15179 target="_blank">Knife Co. Ultem Bexar

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