A New Twist on EDC – The Eclipse by Fulcrum Knives

When it comes to my EDC knives, I tend to be pretty traditional. My stag-handled Case Canoe knife trades pocket time with a Benchmade 940-2 and a ZT Knives 0350. Novelty generally doesn’t enter the equation. However, I also appreciate innovative engineering when I see it. When I first saw the Eclipse from brand new knife company Fulcrum Knives, I appreciated the cleverness of the design and the engineering that went into the knife. While it won’t replace my EDC knives, it makes a lot of sense hanging from a keychain.

Eclipse by Fulcrum Knives

The Eclipse falls into the “nanoblade” category and it was designed to be ergonomic and comfortable. Your hand naturally falls into a comfortable and stable position. There is also a finger notch which helps further stabilize your grip. The Eclipse features a Wharncliffe style blade which many say is one of the most utilitarian, “get stuff done”, blade designs.

 

Eclipse by Fulcrum Knives

Specs:

  • Blade Length: 0.7 inches
  • Blade Material: Hardened 440C Stainless Steel (58 HRC)
  • Blade Stock: 0.08 inches (2 mm)
  • Handle Material: 440C Stainless Steel
  • Grip Material: G10 FR-4
  • Closed Diameter: 1.8 inches
  • Open Length: 2.9 inches
  • Knife Thickness: 0.24 inches (6 mm)
  • Weight: 1.1 oz
  • Lock Mechanism: “Button” lock, frame lock
  • Made in the USA

If you’re interested in learning more or purchasing one for yourself, check out their Kickstarter campaign HERE