Roland Lannier Spring Heeled Jack Concrete
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steel with G10 inlay
Beryllium Bronze Washer, Titanium axle bolt
The Spring Heeled Jack is a slipjoint by Roland Lannier, which is intended as an EDC especially for the preparation of food: wide blade, especially light materials.
No steel liners were needed. The handle is made of reinforced concrete soaked in synthetic resin. Roland Lannier deliberately exposed the reinforcement in some places. The underlying carbon fibre liner can also be seen.
Roland Lannier has also redesigned the back spring – with a G10 inlay. This allowed him to reduce the weight by about one third without affecting the functionality.
To stay true to the line, the axle screw is not made of steel, but of the lighter titanium.
All objects shown in the photos are for illustration purposes only. Any decoration parts are not part of the sales contract and will not be delivered. The delivered object can deviate due to production in form, color, dimensions, etc.