We’ve all heard it said: “There’s nothing new in knives.” And maybe there’s not. It could be that’s a true statement, although the flipper folder, assisted-opening knives, Mokuti (mokumé and titanium combination), lightning strike carbon fiber and other materials and mechanisms may be considered new. Perhaps innovation could be considered a newness, or progression at least.
And maybe that in itself is a novelty, though maybe not new. Meet Chelsea Miller, and enjoy!
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