What is the Wayfarer 247 Knife from Olamic Cutlery?
Olamic Wayfarer 247 Details: Olamic has introduced their first midtech folder, the 247, which furnishes people with the Wayfarer design and a range of custom selections at a much lower cost than the original. It boasts high-end specifications including titanium handle scales, a steel lock insert and over travel stop, a ball bearing pivot, a floating backspacer, a hidden stop pin, several steel blade varieties and an array of customized finishes.
The Olamic Wayfarer 247 deploys swiftly with a flipper and is securely locked in place thanks to the lockbar insert. It also provides two distinct blade shapes, a drop point and a harpoon, to fit one’s requirements.
The Olamic Wayfarer 247 Harpoon is not just a regular knife. It reveals the alteration Olamic has accomplished by producing mid-tech blades that can make it difficult to distinguish between a custom and a mass-produced product. It used to be that these types of knives would be assumed to be custom-made, but now it is possible to manufacture high-quality Wayfarer 247H knives on a larger scale – though still mainly accessible to those who can pay the price of 500 dollars or more for such a folding item.
In May 2016, the Olamic Wayfarer 247 was released and Olamic has been constantly trying to improve it ever since. They are continuously searching for methods to construct with titanium, incorporate new features, and craft custom builds, providing an infinite number of possibilities. As of May 2018, the knife is obtainable in four blade shapes: Drop Point, Harpoon, Sheepscliffe, and Tanto.
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Olamic Cutlery is a family-owned and operated knife company that started in 2010 in California. Olamic began with fixed blades and expanded into folders in 2013. They have partnered with ABS MasterSmith Michael Vagnino and built up a small facility in Visalia, CA.