Seattle, WA – January 22, 2019 – Morakniv, creator of quality Swedish knives since 1891, proudly introduces a new option designed to add a spark to any outdoor adventure. The Companion Spark builds on one of the brand’s most popular knives with an integrated fire starter, ensuring a campfire is always close at hand.
“We are always listening to what knife users around the world want, while finding a balance between function and price,” says Linus Bastman, Product Development Manager at Morakniv. “Those efforts have resulted in the new Companion Spark – a novelty we are very proud of.”
Based on the popular Companion model, the new Companion Spark is designed to be a reliable tool that performs in any weather condition. The durable blade is made of 2.5mm thick Swedish stainless steel, which is easy to maintain and offers exceptional edge retention. It has a soft friction grip handle made of TPE rubber, offering a safe and steady grip. A high-quality fire starter is built right into the handle for easy access and use along the blade’s 90-degree spine, with a reflective cord that makes it easy to spot. The sheath is made of a durable polymer with a handy clip for easy attachment to a belt or pack.
The Companion Spark will be available in five colors. It is expected to hit retail shelves in the U.S. Q2 2019. MSRP: $34.99
Morakniv’s Companion Spark debuts at SHOT Show in Las Vegas, Nevada on January 22-25 at the Industrial Revolution booth, #1446. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building on more than 400 years of Swedish tradition, Morakniv has produced knives of unparalleled quality for hunters, adventurers, fishermen, farriers, chefs, craftsmen and other skilled trades and hobbyists since 1891. Thoughtfully designed for precision and power, Morakniv products are still produced in a factory in Mora, Sweden. Morakniv is distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Industrial Revolution, a Seattle-based company that manufactures and distributes products enjoyed by outdoor enthusiasts worldwide. For additional information, visit moraknivusa.com.