July 28, 2020

Flexcut KN34 Skewed Detail Knife Review [UPDATED]

Buying a woodworking tool requires knowing what you will want to use it for. This is because there are so many on the market designed for different tasks. Are you thinking of buying the Flexcut KN34 skewed detail knife? 

The blade design on the KN34 skewed detail knife is slightly askew. This is different from what you will normally see on many detail carving knives, and it is great for carving detail.

Flexcut KN34

Aesthetics

The KN34 skewed detail knife has a pointed blade and a 1-3/4inch blade bevel. The blade is made of high carbon steel and is pre-sharpened and hardened, and it is a shiny blade with a clean look. 

Meanwhile, the handle is made of ashwood with a light brown hue. It is straight, allowing you to hold the knife as if it is a pen. This position helps you get more detail carving done and gives you more control.

Flexcut KN34 Performance Review

The blade on the KN34 skewed knife is a highly effective knife for making detailed cuts and carvings. The ultrathin pointed blade allows you to get into tough spaces and carve details you ordinarily would not be able to get using another knife. It is a sharp knife, and this makes your work much easier.

It can easily carve into just about any wood. Flexcut makes it a point to always pre sharpen the blades, which works in your favor. It will take some time before you need to sharpen the blade. 

The handle is straight and resembles the handles on most general knives. It is specifically designed for a comfortable fit and prolonged use, and you can comfortably carve for longer and get the detail you need.

Safety

The KN34 is a relatively easy knife to use. The blade is razor-sharp, ready to use, right out of the package. The knife is portable and versatile, and using it will need a certain level of caution, as with all blades. 

The sharp blade is a double-edged sword in that it makes carving easy but at the same time poses a risk of cutting yourself. On the other hand, you must keep the blade sharp, and blunt blades can be a considerable risk and cause injury.

Who is this product ideal for?

The KN34 is a relatively easy knife to use. The blade is razor-sharp, ready to use, right out of the package. The knife is portable and versatile, and using it will need a certain level of caution, as with all blades. 

The sharp blade is a double-edged sword in that it makes carving easy but at the same time poses a risk of cutting yourself. On the other hand, you must keep the blade sharp, and blunt blades can be a considerable risk and cause injury.

Pros

  • It has a strong blade 
  • It is flexible
  • It has a pointed blade that is great for detail carving
  • It is portable. 

Cons

  • Some users say the bade can come loose after some time.

Our Verdict

The KN34 detail skew knife is an excellent buy for all your detail carving. This is something that you will need to use for fine detailing. The special design of the handle allows you to hold the knife in a specific way and gives you a different approach to a detail or paring cut. Happy shopping! You may also want to see our Flexcut KN33 Hooked Push Knife Review & Flexcut KN32 Detail Skew Knife Review.

David D. Hughes
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