Some of the thoughts in developing the Doer was to make a knife with a short easily maneuverable blade featuring a Scandi grind edge and a long and symmetrical handle. The thickest part of the handle is located in the rear offering a comfortable an efficient grip and the smooth transition between handle and blade enables a controlled grip when doing finer tasks.
The blade is made of the durable stainless Sandvik steel 12C27 and has no problem coping with the typical camp tasks like; whittling, food prepping and of-course the knife cleaning in-between for hygienic reasons.
The straight sheath has an integrated neck strap allowing you to carry the Doer around your neck without adding a separate neck string. When you want to hang the knife on the belt instead; just roll in the strap or permanently cut it to the desired length.
The Doer can only be purchased from Jonas Vildmark. So if you desire to own one of the 46 existing Doers; please visit Jonas Vildmark's Bushcraft Center at Lienshyttans Herrgård to look closer at the knives, or order one from Jonas Vildmark clicking HERE.
Knife designer: Mr. Jonas Landolsi, Founder and Chief Instructor of Jonas Vildmark
Knife maker: Karesuandokniven, Sweden
No. produced: 46
Production year: 2017
Blade steel: Stainless Sandvik 12C27 with a hardness of 57 HRC
Blade length: 75 mm
Blade thicknes: 2,5 mm
Blade with: 18 mm
Edge profile: Scandi grind
Handle material: Curly birch and brass
Handle length: 110 mm
Carry system: Straight sheath with an extra long strap
Sheath material: Cattle hide with a plastic insert for safety reasons
Knife weight: 58 g
As the knife is handmade the above numbers may differ.
Now the Doer also have a own page on Facebook, please visit by clicking HERE.