Like many young boys, Rolf Helbig carried a pocket knife. In 1977 when he started his first job, helping his father in the kitchen, his chef knife was the most important tool. At that time knife steels were changing, and by doing a little research, Rolf found metallurgy to be a very interesting field, and he learned a knife is not just a knife.
He came up with the designs for the Foosa and the Weasel because he wanted to return to a time when the knife was a simple, common sense cutting tool.
Rolf came up with the designs for the Foosa and the Weasel because he wanted to return to a time when the knife was a simple, common sense cutting tool. The Weasel uses a more modern handle design along with a similar classic blade type which is modest, ergonomic, and extraordinary functional. It is a clean and sleek design by Rolf Helbig with a non-locking double detent slip joint mechanism. Model T2020A3 is built with a stonewashed 154CM drop point blade and shred carbon fiber handle.The 154CM blade provides a reliable edge that delivers solid cutting performance in outdoor and urban environments alike. The Ball Bearing system provides smooth opening.
- Dependable 154CM drop point blade steel provides a tough blade with excellent edge retention.
- Ergonomic shred carbon fiber handle for a smooth gripping surface that is comfortable in the pocket or hand.
- Ceramic ball bearing offers smooth flip opening
- Non-locking double detente slip joint mechanism.
|Blade Style||Drop Point|
|Blade Grind||Flat Grind|
|Handle Material||Shred Carbon Fiber|
|Lock Type||Non-locking Double Detent