Meet LE PETIT by LES FINES LAMES, the ultimate aficionado pocket knife. A sleek yet bold, pocket-sized, multi-purpose friction folder knife that you can also use to cut your cigars – we’re reinventing the everyday cigar accessory.
|Metal||14C28N stainless steel|
|Handle material||Olive wood|
|Weight||60g (2.11 oz)|
|Hole diameter||23mm (7/8″)|
|Blade length||65 mm (2.55″)|
|Blade thickness||2 mm (1/16″)|
|Closed length||115 mm (4.52″)|
|Overall length||157 mm (6.18″)|
LE PETIT by LES FINES LAMES is very easy to operate and provides the cleanest of cuts you can imagine. It is also simple to open with one hand thanks to the lever extending the blade, typical feature of Piedmont Folder Knives.
It’s built-in 23 mm aperture can cut a 58 ring gauge cigar in half. Depending on how much cap you cut, you can cut up to a 70 ring gauge cigar.
Its knife/cigar cutter dual functionality will make you find your LE PETIT useful in a variety of strategic situations such as opening your mail, slicing lemons for your mojito or, as we often do in France, having an aperitif with a few friends.
LE PETIT by LES FINES LAMES has been designed to be no bigger than the other cutters on the market while being much more versatile adding the pocket knife dual functionality. Two in one: save space on your EDC (Everyday Carry).
Its leather sheath fits perfectly into your pocket. And it comes with a lanyard hole for added safety!
toolman (verified owner) –
I was hesitant at first to spend the money on a new type of cutter (for me). I purchased the Les Fines Lames Punch Bracelet and was really impressed with the quality. So now that I know they make a great looking product I decided to try the knife. It took me a few cigars to get the hang of it, but now it’s my everyday cutter. The tension screw that holds the blade to the handle did take a little bit of playing with to get just right. It would work itself loose and requires a bit of re-tightening, but after a few times it finally seems to be sitting just right. Don’t forget to get one of the leather sheaths to protect your investment. Should you buy one? The answer is yes, you need to. Would I buy another? Absolutely!
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