Jakub Wieczorkiewicz of Poltergeist Works is back, working with Real Steel Knives once again. This time they’re bringing out the Phasma, an EDC folder that seems to be descended from the Luna, a previous Wieczorkiewicz-designed release.
The Luna released released under RSK’s label last year and was the first slipjoint in the company’s lineup. The Phasma takes the Luna’s robust, multivalent drop point blade and tweaks it just a bit: here, it’s wider and significantly longer, measuring 3.3 inches compared to the Luna’s 2.76 inches. RSK made the Phasma’s blade out of D2 steel, a hard-working semi-stainless that should be familiar to anybody who has purchased a budget-oriented knife in the last year or so.
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