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The classic affordableGet yourself the unique, artistic style of an automatic stiletto, whether made in Italy or not, for a fraction of what they cost.
The bottom line: a very good value, it will send exactly the same message as high-end automatic stiletto can send.Back to all Italian style stiletto switchblades
- The OTHELLO is an automatic stiletto of fair quality as far as functioning is concerned.
- Its finishing and its material quality is passable; they can't rival with a high-end, highly priced automatic stiletto, be as it may be, they are good at what they supposed to do; to open in a lightening fast manner and scare the hell out of a bully.
- The firing system is that of a predominant, easy-to-feel push-button.
- The blade unlocks to fold by pushing down the firing side (the side of the push-button) of the knife's guard (guard is the thing on top of the handle that prevents your hand to slip toward the blade).
- The handle's scales material is of the Acrylic composite. The guards, rivets and bolsters are made of stainless steel.
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The Bottom Line: consider who are you buying inexpensive automatic stiletto from. The
low price of a automatic stiletto comes, sometimes, with slight need to be adjust, oiled and or similar. Make sure that you'll be taken care of if something does not
work or goes wrong.
- An ‘automatic stiletto’, marked as
such on this website, is probably a replica of the Italian stiletto switchblade
that you’ll find on our ‘Italian Stiletto Switchblade’ page. It's probably not made in Italy.
- Given the fact that the main purpose of all stiletto knives
is to impress, to send a tactical message, any automatic stiletto do that job,
whether made in Italy or not.
- The main reason to buy an anonymously made automatic stiletto,
instead of a genuine Italian made, is to save money. The latter are expensive and range from hundreds of dollars to
several thousands each for the artistically created ones.