Has anyone seen the Deejo knife?

Discussion in 'Knives & Edged Items' started by aarondhgraham, Oct 24, 2019.

  1. aarondhgraham

    aarondhgraham Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone seen the Deejo knife?

    Click here please.

    I have no idea if it's any good or not,,,
    But I think it's very pretty.

    I'm actually considering ordering one of the 7 centimeter models.

    I really don't need much of a knife on a daily basis,,,
    My tiny little Swiss Army Knife has served me well for 12 years now.

    I just like the looks of this one,,,
    But I would probably miss my little scissors. :rolleyes:

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    Aarond

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  2. gdmoody

    gdmoody Full Time Moderator Moderator Supporting Member

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    It is a right pretty knife!
     
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  3. Bill DeShivs

    Bill DeShivs Well-Known Member

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    You do realize it only has one "handle?"
     
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  4. aarondhgraham

    aarondhgraham Well-Known Member

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    I did notice that,,,
    The 7 cm model has no handle at all.

    BTW,,, is the proper word, scales?

    Like I said,,,
    I have no idea about the functionality,,,
    I just thought the dang thing was a very pretty knife.

    I have no "need" for a new knife,,,
    I'll probably just stick with my Victorinox Classic.

    This slender thing just caught my eye is all.

    Aarond

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  5. LIKTOSHOOT

    LIKTOSHOOT No Power Options Supporting Member

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    Design looks very much like my decades old Colombia River "P.E.C.K."
     
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  6. Bill DeShivs

    Bill DeShivs Well-Known Member

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    "Scales" are generally the covers on the handles.
     
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  7. tedwitt

    tedwitt 440 Supporting Member

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    What is it for?
     
  8. ms6852

    ms6852 GUNZILLA Supporting Member

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    It's pretty but not practical. Stick with your Swiss army knife, you will get better use. Me I use a Swiss army knife or a buck knife, the 110 model.
     
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  9. Fletch.N

    Fletch.N Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    If you mean the scales, they help you keep a good grip on the knife when it’s wet like with deer blood. My Benchmade made for Cabelas has scales. See pics.
    Only gutted 1 deer with it. Works as designed but to flipping hard to clean up. I’m lazy. It’s also a little hard to pull out of you jeans because of them. Love Beanchmade supper quality. I think I have about 6 now.
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  10. sharps4590

    sharps4590 Well-Known Member

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    They will never have to worry about me buying one but, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
     
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  11. Fletch.N

    Fletch.N Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    But if you could see it and behold it you might change your mind. LMAO!!
     
  12. sharps4590

    sharps4590 Well-Known Member

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    Trust me, being the hide bound traditionalist I am, there is no fear of that ever happening.
     
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