Deejo Tattoo Knives
According to the folding knife's bladesmiths, "To tattoo the Deejo as we mark our skin is to give another dimension, a true identity, to this personal possession." Deejo Tattoo Knives are the product of a fine engraving technique applied to a stainless steel blade. You can choose the design that speaks loudest to you - Latin-inspired, Sailor, Tribal, Geometric - as well as the blade finish, knife weight, and handle type.
On top of their visual interest and charm, Deejo Tattoo knives have an equally interesting and charming story. Deejo Knives They were created by a pair of "traveling Epicureans," and though you can certainly carry one as a pocket knife, they were originally conceived as cutlery, and still welcome the opportunity to cut through a bloody porterhouse steak. Or perhaps the challenge of cutting through Aunt Jan's rubbery-ass chicken parm.
Deejo Knives come in 15, 27, and 37 gram weights, with mirror, gray titanium, or black titanium blade finishes. Handle choices include nake steel, wood, and carbon fiber.
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