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$275.00

The Duval

Rated 4.8 out of 5
6 Reviews

The Modern Gentlemen's Knife

The Duval is our first front-flipper, combining the best features of two classic knife silhouettes into a sleek and functional new form. Traditional gentlemen's knives require two hands to open and close, and they don't generally lock. With its front-flipper opening style and it's frame-lock design, you get the best of both worlds: the ease of opening and security of a traditional frame-lock knife, combined with slimness, symmetry and beauty of a classic gentlemen's pocket knife. 
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Rated 4 out of 5
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beautiful knife.....

seems to be very tight and I will continue to exercise it everyday in hopes of breaking it in... plenty of lube applied. Still have to use two hands for operation. All materials are beautiful and the design of the knife is impeccable. Maybe a bit pricey...

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Beautiful knife

I know this knife could be something to pass down generations. Well designed and beautiful.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Awesome Knife!

I love it! The only problem I have is it is a little weird to open but other than that it is a great knife that I would recommend to anyone.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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it’s art

the damascus duval is simply art! love it!

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Rated 5 out of 5
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A beautiful knife that requires a little effort to learn to love

Its gorgeous, well constructed, and finely finished. I have a great fondness for sheepsfoot and wharncliffe blades and this one is very nice. As noted already, the front flip function takes some getting used too. Its not easy. The trick is to use your middle finger as reverse leverage on the back of the knife while you grip it tightly with your ring finger and thumb, opening with your index finger. Once you get the placement right it works. Its all about leverage.

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The James Brand, Inc.

Thanks Darrin! Much appreciated; like you said it takes a bit of time to learn but once you understand it, it makes sense. We are working on a little manual that should help with that too. Enjoy!