Liong Mah was looking for a survival machete he could use in a variety of situations. So he designed one with a distinctive upswept overall shape. A walnut handle with lanyard holes allows for a forward carry that's secure—unlike the grass it'll encounter.
With designer Liong Mah designs, form follows function, and for this knife's namesake from Palm Bay, Florida, the Mah-chete™ is no exception. The Mah-chete™ is a survival machete that fits in your backpack, and is ready to tackle even the biggest reeds and grass, and every feature of this tool is focused on helping you conserve energy, for when you need it most.
Turn Liong Mah's new folding everyday carry knife into a virtual fixed knife simply by pulling out the pin tool in the back of the handle and placing it into the blade slot. The black stonewashed blade will do the rest for the years of journeys to come.
Designed by Liong Mah, of Palm Bay, Florida, the Journeyer™ was born out of necessity. Knife laws in many areas of the country strictly govern blade size and locking mechanisms, leading Mah to the realization that there was a need for a classic slip joint folding knife that is safe and functional for performing daily tasks.
Liong Mah's everyday carry knife looks good with your Sunday best or putting in overtime on weekdays. The clip-point blade style works well on a variety of tasks, and the IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system opens the knife fast and easy and as smooth as you are under pressure.
Liong Mah, the Palm Bay, Florida designer who created the G.S.D.™, has always challenged the conventions of knife design, looking at production knives with a discerning eye, imagining how he might improve them. Mah holds his work to a superior standard, striving to create knives that are safe, functional and beautiful. And the G.S.D.™ is no exception. This is a work knife that looks classy and industrial, with lines that are simple and functional, from tip to handle.
Designer Liong Mah has a simple purity to his knife designs, which transcend old style qualities with modern technologies and materials.
The #5 and #6 folding pocket knives feature Mah's deep, hollow ground blade style that provides a stout cutting edge from tip to choil and finger guard. Broadly shaped G10 scales use finger grooves and surface profile to afford versatile grip even with its desirably small stature. You will find the slip joint locking mechanism a refreshing throwback in a contemporary design. And the fob/tether is a nicely added benefit.
Designer Liong Mah uses a bold profile to shape his vision of tactical. The Eraser™ locking liner tactical folding knife is designed and built to perform in your world. Its modified tanto blade wields a strong point for tough piercing into a variety of materials, and the elongated cutting edge can go the distance.
Opening the blade is rapid with use of the Flipper on the spine. Another added feature is the patented* LAWKS™ manual safety mechanism so you can secure the blade when open. The robust Eraser™ handle has a slight bend at the fore end to create a more substantial grip form for thrusting. The handle shape also affords a nice blade guard as well as a generous pommel. The machined G10 scales are radius contoured to fill the grip and the full, stainless steel liners create a formidable foundation for tough use.
Yes, there is an ergonomic spoon, and a short-tuned fork. But in addition, there's a handy bottle opener on one side for your beer that will go with dinner. Then, if you're in a bind, the right side of the handle is ground to provide an emergency screwdriver blade and will also work as a pry for opening canisters. Finally three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm) are useful for emergency repairs. See there, looks can be deceiving.
A large central hole is not only designed for finger gripping, but it also keeps the Eat'N Tool® weight down. At just 1.5 ounces (43 g) this multi-tool doesn't just look good on paper. In its attractive chrome color it looks good to the eye too.
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Our Eat'NTool® is the brainchild of designer Liong Mah of Palm Bay, FL. At first glance it looks like the familiar spoon/fork "spork" combination, but Liong has used his ingenuity and computer-aided design skills to create a lightweight, high-tech outdoor tool.
Yes, there is an ergonomic spoon, and a short-tuned fork. But in addition, there's a handy bottle opener on one side for your beer that will go with dinner. Then, if you're in a bind, the right side of the handle is ground to provide an emergency screwdriver blade and will also work as a pry for opening canisters. Finally three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm) are useful for emergency repairs. See there, looks can be deceiving..