Reviews and Ratings for Marttiini Condor Timberjack Fixed 3.75" Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Zytel Handle - MN578013

Marttiini Condor Timberjack Fixed 3.75" Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Zytel Handlerated 5.0 stars out of 5 (4 reviews)
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Marttiini Condor Timberjack Fixed 3.75 inch Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Zytel Handle

 

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Marttiini Condor Timberjack Fixed 3.75" Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Zytel Handle
rated 5 stars out of 5
Marty G
Graham,NC
Feb 03, 2017
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None

Kcreveiw

I a very satisfied with this product ..so far I use it in the kitchen and is excellent for preparing meat.im very impressed with the blade sharpness,it comes sharp and holds a good edge plus being carbon steel makes it easy to sharp,it also has a good feel to the handle.it also comes with a slim case to fit in which I think it's a plus for putting in the tackle box..I'm very happy with this multi purpose knife
Marttiini Condor Timberjack Fixed 3.75" Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Zytel Handle
rated 5 stars out of 5
Wizard
WA
Apr 06, 2019
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None

Amazing

First, 3-day service across the US from order to receipt is unheard of. Second, regardless of the low price, this is by far the best designed, high quality EDC fixed blade replacement for my folding EDC. It was very sharp out of the box, but you know how we love to fine tune our knives. So I lightly honed it with 3000 grit sandpaper, then hard cardboard, then ceramic, then leather. It's now as sharp as the molecules can get. Then I cleaned the blade with alcohol and finished it with several coats of Sentry bore cleaner and heat dried it with a hair dryer. I found the latch point in the sheath and sawed off the sheath 1 inch above that, drilled a 1/8 inch hole where the drain hole should have been, then strung 250# paracord for a shoulder harness. Perfection. Thank you, Knifecenter.
Marttiini Condor Timberjack Fixed 3.75" Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Zytel Handle
rated 5 stars out of 5
Marty G
North Carolina
Jan 23, 2017
Pros: Materials, Overall Quality, Sheath/Scabbard, Finish, Weight, Blade Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Handle Material, None

marttiini.T.J33/4.carbon blade

I appreciate the quick service .very satisfied with with carbon steel blade.easy to sharpen and also holds the edge..some people like the rubberized zytel handle and for what I use this knife for is fine..just use to rubber or wood.vestry satisfied with. Item
Marttiini Condor Timberjack Fixed 3.75" Carbon Steel Blade, Rubberized Zytel Handle
rated 5 stars out of 5
Tom Horn
Illinois
Jul 28, 2018
Pros: Blade Material, Materials, Handle Material, Weight, Finish, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None

It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere, Have a Marttiini

I really like my Marttini’s, shaken; not stirred (I have no idea what I’m talkin’ about). Seriously though, I’ve used their fillet knives for 30 plus years. They just work. Also, have a Lynx (I forget the model). What a beautiful high functioning knife! This Condor Timberjack seems like another Marttiini winner (They don’t even have condors in Finland, ??? but I’m pretty sure they have timber jacks) . >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I went on Marttiini’s web site and read that the carbon steel they use has 0.75% carbon, and 3% chromium. That makes this like 1075 tool steel, with a touch of chromium for added hardness. I imagine the chromium makes the steel perform somewhat like 5160, but that’s just a guess. Anyway, it takes an edge well (easily field sharpen-able), and will hold a fine edge, as well. Nice compound scandi grind makes it a cinch for bushcrafting/wood working. But, like the Lapps (Sami people) and Finns have known for centuries, this is a great hunting knife. The handle is superb: comfortable, secure, and grippy as teenage love birds in the back seat at a Drive-in picture show. Really nice piece-o-crap plastic sheath. It works fine, and I have no plans to re-sheath it. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Not the, “one knife,” you are going to take out in the wilderness as your survival knife, r/t the hidden tang/risk of failure. But, a great knife for camping, hunting, hiking, whittling, bushcraft, camp kitchen, picnicking, RV-ing, and everyday utility. Not the knife for batoning wood, but it’ll sure carve you a nice wooden splitting wedge in short order. With a 3 year guarantee, beat it early and often. Like Marty G (below), I too, use my Marttiini Lynx for meat prep in the kitchen. You’ll find it excellent in the kitchen, although, the scandi grind will probably send carrot chunks flying across the room. Velcro one to the dashboard of the truck for a, “handy knife.” Heck, at this price, Velcro one to the wife’s side of the truck, too, and you can have knife fights while you’re stuck in rush hour traffic. Bring some excitement and color back into your marriage. Soak some 12 gauge patches in your favorite knife oil, and put in a zip-lock bag to wipe down the blade after use, and this Timberjack will provide many years of good service. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I bought several of these to give as gifts, and even gifted one to myself. Who wouldn’t want a nice Marttiini as a gift (olives not included)? Marttiini, Condor Timberjack is great knife, and an outstanding value.