5" Curved Blade Drawknife
Flexcut blades, as the name implies, are flexible to give you more control over your cuts. Made of high carbon spring steel, the tool shank gives just enough to follow the contour of carving,...
- High Carbon Steel blades
- Ergonimic Ash Handles
- Flexible blades
- Pre-sharpened and razor Sharp
- Hand Honed
Practical & versatile
It's small enough to work in tight spaces, and the curved blade is versatile. Handles are comfortable to use. It's flexible and not especially sturdy, so I may end up breaking it by making too hard a cut. But Flexcut quality is good. I have a lot of their knives.
Does as advertised
I bought this drawknife as a gift for my husband so that he could shave the bark off of limbs that will be used for the hooks on a driftwood coat rack. It did an awesome job!!!
"Don't judge a book by its cover
There is no complaint
I have many "Flexcut" tools there great, sharp, ready to use, right out of the box.
handles came off
Tool worked fine, peeling the bark off of some pine. Then one handle came off, then the other. Kinda sucks, buying a tool and the handles coming off during the first use.
I've used it mainly to peel birch logs and do some rough carving. It maintains a sharp edge for a good while, is lightwieght and easy to use. Very good tool.
The knife too thin and too flex for me,
I hope for more massive tool
A great addition to woodshop
to be used to rough out carving projects small handy tool because some draw knifes i have used are just awkward and not easy to use I cant find anything wrong with it yet
Long Bow project
I received this product as a birthday gift because I was starting a new project, I was a little nervous at first the tool felt like it was a lil too light weight for the task I was going to use it for. To my surprise it has held up very well and is making the project go twice as fast as I thought it would. It is very easy to use and quite sharp.
Had to peel the bark off of some Cherry, did a great job quickly and easily.
scale of photo looked more substantial.
I expected something more substantial [...]It will serve the purpose though.