This was the second Klotzli knife I have ever owned, and is probably one of the tougher ones, if you can even say that about a Klotzli. They are very finely crafted Swiss Made knives, but very unlike their swiss Brethren, the Victorinox Swiss Army knives. These are lightweight tactical gents knives, leaning more towards gentleman than tactical.
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Ever since I saw Klotzli knives, I wanted one. I loved the colorful carbon fiber and simple designs, but at the same time really wished that they weren’t mostly combo edged. This MW1 Klotzli folder is the first of many that I owned, and is a very well made precision cutting instrument.
I purchased this knife from the late Robert Bartoli of Brightedge. Bob was a good guy, but had one of those personalities that some people in the kinfe world couldn’t stand. I personally liked the guy a lot, and bought quite a few knives from him. I think I bought a few lights from him too. One of the best deals I got was this guy for $40, which I ended up flipping on ebay for over $100 a couple years later.