Baladeo 37 Gram Pocket Knife

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Baladeo 37 Gram Pocket Knife - New - Ultra light 420 stainless steel pocket knife, mat finish. Blade with liner lock locking system. Translucent red polycarbonate handle slab. Belt clip. Delivered in a gift box. Length of blade : 10 cm. Polycarbonate (PC) is a very durable material with useful features including temperature resistance (from -135 C to 135 C) and impact resistance. This polymer is highly transparent to visible light and has better light transmission characteristics than many kinds of glass.

- Massey's Outfitters

The 37 Gram Pocket Knife from Baladeo is lightweight and compact, featuring a zebra wood edge on the handle.


Just because you like to go ultralight doesn't mean that you have to leave your knife at home - take along Baladeo's 37 Gram Superlight Pocket Knife - you'll hardly know it's there. They concentrated on the basics when this one was on the drawing board delivering the final product: a pure line, an efficient locking system, a sweet cutting edge, and a belt clip. Give it as a gift since it arrives in a gift box.

- Mountain Gear

With only a colorful red handle adorning its otherwise no-frills frame, the Baladeo 37 G pocket knife folds up into a scant 4.25 in. and is so light you'll probably forget it's in your pocket. Eye-catching translucent polycarbonate handle and half-naked frame envelop a straight-edge, 420 stainless-steel blade that snaps into place with a secure liner lock. The Baladeo 37 G pocket knife features a handy belt clip.


Baladeo 37 Gram Pocket Knife

previously retailed for:
$34.93 - $57.99

The Baladeo 37 Gram Pocket Knife is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 22, 2016 at

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