East Lansing, Michigan, February 20, 2023 – On Friday, GiantMouse released the GMX and GMPX, which marked the 10th edition in the limited-edition GM Line. There are a total of 400 X versions and 200 PX (“pirate”) versions, and when these are sold out, the design will be discontinued. Although the GMPX sold out on the afternoon of launch day, the GMX is still available to purchase.
The GMX is a design that many of our customers have been asking for; a larger, titanium version of the ACE Clyde. Like the Clyde, the GMX embodies the fusion of Scandinavian and Japanese design with a touch of Persian influence, but with the added premium materials and details you’d expect from a GM Line knife. While most of the previous GM Line models have gone on to be redesigned as ACE Line models, with the GMX we took an ACE line knife and redesigned it as a larger, high-end GM integral folder with several unique details. One of these unique details has still yet to be discovered by our customers, and it will remain a surprise until the first few customers receive their packages.
The GMX features an Integral Titanium handle with Brass inlay paired with an S90V Satin Blade. The GMPX, or “Pirate” version, showcases a PVD coated Integral Titanium handle with a Brass Inlay and a black PVD S90V blade.
The blade length is 3.27” (83.1mm), measured from tip to forward-most aspect of the frame, and 0.14” (3.5mm) thick. The handle is 4.4” (109mm) long, giving the knife an overall length of 7.6” (193mm). Both the X and PX versions weigh 3.9oz (111g).
For pricing and full specifications on each variant, visit https://www.giantmouse.com/ About GiantMouse
GiantMouse is the brainchild of Danish designers / knifemakers Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes (Vox), along with American entrepreneur Jim Wirth. GiantMouse provides innovative knife designs, with the highest possible production quality, at a fair price, while remaining closely involved with its community of customers. Jens and Jesper stand behind every knife, only producing knives that they will carry and use themselves.