Crafted from a single piece of stainless steel, True Utility's Clipster is as minimal a knife as you'll find. Its fold-out blade is ideal for quick jobs like opening boxes and packaging or cutting up small branches to start a fire. The handle doubles as a money clip, or can just as easily attach to a belt or pocket.
Length (Open): 4.8125" / Length (Closed): 2.875" / Width: 1.1875" / Depth: 0.25" / Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Hand-drawn by Parisian architect Clement Masurier, this piece depicts a world that is completely rotten with wealth, power, indifference, poverty, and waste. Each print is signed by the artist, numbered, and printed in Paris or Stockholm. A pigment-based anti-aging ink on art paper is used for the print, which provides a high resistance to light that ensures it will stand the test of time. Prints include a black brushed aluminum frame and arrive ready to hang.
16.53" x 23.38" / Arrives Framed
You care about how your food looks. You should care about the looks of the tools you use to make it. This knife set from Schmidt Bros. combines outstanding performance with display-worthy looks. Each blade is crafted from 100% German stainless steel, then coated in pure matte black titanium. A tapered, ergonomic handle and patented Schmidt Brothers Curve provide a comfortable grip with the forefinger guiding the blade, and the set is finished off with an ebony-stained red oak and acrylic display block.
Set Includes Six Knives In Included Block:
8.5" Bread Knife / 8" Chef Knife / 7" Santoku Knife / 6" Serrated Tomato Knife / 5" Utility Knife / 4" Paring Knife / Black Midtown Knife Block (9.5" H x 9" L x 3.5" D)
Taking its name from a contraction of the words "Automobile" and "Aviation," the Autavia was born in 1962 and was the first Heuer chronograph to sport a turning bezel. The legendary motorsport chronograph is profiled in this hardbound book, which covers vintage references from the early all-lume in 1962, the PVD models in the mid-1980s, as well as the Mareographe and Seafarer — recent additions to this 2019 updated edition. You'll find Sifferts, Chronomatics, Exotics, GMTs and nearly 80 pages alone on the screw back case models that are the most sought-after in the Autavia family. This essential collectors guide is a must-own for Autavia fans and comes loaded with hi-res photographs on thick premium lustre paper, double-paged spread images, updated serial ranges, and current and critical information on other important models, movement details, and bezels.