Hurricane Razor limited edition scalpel knife by Amsler Knives
Triple Aught Design (TAD) breaks the medical monopoly on the scalpel, transforming it into a stylish accessory and convenient EDC instrument.
New York-based designer Rob Amsler came up with the idea for the 2017 Hurricane Razor during a powerful hurricane. Amsler was locked up without food, the wind was howling, and he began to invent the unpacking knife, but created the Hurricane Scalpel.
The blade and handle are all-metal skeletonized construction, formed from the American high-carbon steel CPM154. This alloy is famous for its high corrosion resistance, great strength perfectly tolerates high operating loads, keeps sharpness for a long time, and is easily sharpened.
The futuristic geometry of "Hurricane Scalpel" is inspired by urban landscapes and the fantasy of extraterrestrial expeditions. The blade shape is a tribute to the tanto, the famous weapon of the samurai.
On the edge of the handle, symmetrical grooves are applied, which visually stabilize the rapid lines of the accessory and serve to install rubber rings. The owner can place up all seven rings, but two are already enough to securely fix the scalpel in the hand.
The titanium clip with the stonewash finish perfectly matches the noble color of steel. The clip secures the Hurricane Scalpel comfortably to the cloth. In addition, the accessory can be hung on a cord or chain by the Kydex sheath, which, covering the sharp blade, securely fixes the knife.
The scalpel comes with a screwdriver, a set of rubber rings, a black sheath, and a certificate personally signed by Rob Amsler.
Hurricane Razor 2017 has been discontinued, so it has a special collectible value. Hurry up with its purchase!