Twin pack of Mora's popular woodcarving tools, Both tools come with a razor edge ready to use straight out the box,
Mora 164 Hooked Blade:
The most important thing when it comes to woodcarving is a sharp knife, instead of being a wonderful, creative experience it can become both irritating an dangerous if the knife is blunt.
The New model of the Mora 164 has a single edged stainless steel blade for right hand use. The back of the knife is not sharp which gives you the possibility to use your left hand to push the blade with your fingers from the back. The blade has a smaller curve than the other Mora hooked knives,
Mora have optimised the blade to make it run smooth over the inside of spoon or bowl. Improved edge bevels complete the blade and give it the optimum carving experience.
We have now added the option that allows you to add a leather sheath for an extra £6.00 when purchased with the knife a saving of £2.25 if purchased separately.
- Oiled Birch Wood
- Stainless Steel
- Blade Thickness: 2.0mm
- Knife Length: 164mm
- Blade Length: 55mm
- No Sheath
Mora 120 Straight Blade:
The Mora 120 has a narrow and pointed knife blade made of laminated steel, which gives it superior toughness and edge resiliency. The full tang, which runs the full length of the handle, gives it strength and stability. Together with the flexible blade you can work with precision and really get to all the details. The spindle shaped handle made of oiled birch wood is slightly larger for a proper grip. The wood also gives it a natural feeling and also gives you the possibility to form the handle for optimal shape.
- Includes sheath
- Blade thickness: 2.7mm
- Blade length: 60mm
- Total length: 165mm
- Weight: 71g approx
Mora 164 & 120 Woodcarving Tools