Krieghoff “Dellatorre” Knife by Sandrin
The Dellatorre (pronounced dell-a-tor-ray); innovative blade design and engineering that redefines the classic pocket knife. Its name is derived from the Val della Torre, a town nestled in the scenic foothills of Italy’s Piedmont region—where Sandrin knives are born and crafted.
Internally, the slip joint action is aided by bronze phosphorus washers, while the 71 HRC mirror polished blade intrigues the eye with its series of mathematically designed circles cut to reflect the Fibonacci number sequence. The Dellatorre’s unique blade, with its DLC mirror-like finish, glimmers like obsidian in the night. A reversible titanium clip allows each owner to select in which pocket the Dellatore will reside until needed. This surgical-sharp instrument features a two-handed opening design suited for both executive carry and everyday cutting enthusiasts.