Distinctly Dylan Mallery, Civivi Hadros is a unique knife that combines sleek handle ergonomics juxtaposed with a bold wharncliffe blade. Named after the Hadrosaurus dinosaur, the blade has a hollow grind mimicking a claw and the thin handle has a unique curved design making for a comfortable in-hand grip. With a blade steel of 10Cr15CoMoV, this makes for a great working knife.
The Hadros also sports great thumb stud deployment action, flying open in a snap making for an ultra fidgety EDC.
Unique in design, the Civivi Hadros is one worthy to add to your collection.
Caged Ceramic Ball Bearing
|C20004-1 (Black), C20004-2 (Brown), C20004-3 (Olive)
Wayne's Sharp World takes a deep dive into the Hadros in his close up review below.
The knife was a little smaller than I thought it would be at first sight but because of its compact size, it's always been with me since then. It's so light I can clip it to the inside of my t-shirt collar. It's been in constant use - cutting weeds, deadheading flowers, cutting plastic straps around fencing materials and rope, slicing bread, onions, prepping meat. The point it very "pointy", which is the great advantage of the Wharnecliffe tip geometry, but I do know I will have to take care not to damage it. It's a great little knife for light duties, particularly in the kitchen, and it was extremely sharp out of the box.
What a great review of the Hadros! The Wharncliffe blade does make it useful for a multitude of tasks as you mentioned. Good to see that you are putting it to good use too and enjoying it. Thanks for leaving your review!