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Knife review: Sardinian Pattada and Sicilian Sfilato: classic Italian elegance


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13 comments

  1. I've been to a shop where they sold the pattada knives

  2. Nice picks! I'm gonna be looking for some when I get back over there.

  3. @arhvash I meant, it is not designed for heavy duty or self defense – for which a lock is important. It is rather for lighter cutting work or food prep. For that kind of use, a lock is in my opinion not that important. Think about a swiss army knife, for its typical use a lock isn't that important either.

  4. @MrDagon007 You just said everything and nothing..

  5. @arhvash For the kind of use that this knife would normally get, a lock isn't that important, in my opinion.

  6. @MrDagon007 That sucks, a beautiful knife though. Can you find one of these with a lock?

  7. @arhvash No it is a slipjoint knife, like a swiss army knife.

  8. So did the Sfilato have a lock or not?

  9. @keeperofblades Yes, I bought it in Gembloux. There was a table with some 15-20 Pattada variants. Cheers !

  10. Nice review! Thanks!
    You bought the smaller pattada in Gebloux? I can't imagine other knifeshows in Belgium.
    Keep up the good work!

  11. very nice…where can i find them online?

  12. wow,very elegant looking knives.Good review.

  13. Fascinating video as usual. I look forward to the next.

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