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Terävä Plastic Blade Cover
Terävä Plastic Blade Cover.
For Skrama 80 / Jääkäripuukko 85
Terävä Plastic Blade Cover.
Terävä Plastic Blade Cover.
Terävä Plastic Blade Cover.
Terävä

Terävä Plastic Blade Cover

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A simple plastic blade cover for the Skrama and Jääkäripuukko models with a regular handle.

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Terävä Plastic Blade Cover.
Terävä Plastic Blade Cover.
Terävä Plastic Blade Cover.

A simple plastic blade cover for the Skrama and Jääkäripuukko models with a regular handle.

The blade covers fit the corresponding blade length. Bare Tang versions can be inserted but due to the lack of a rubber handle, the fit will be loose and the knife won't lock inside.

The blade cover with a belt clip is designed for up to 40 mm (~1.6") leather belts or thick canvas belts. The clip can be mounted without opening the belt and it can be configured for left or right hand carrying without tools. Made from strong steel wire.

Made in Finland.

Kierto Circular Economy

Return this product used but clean and unbroken, and you'll receive half of the product's original price as Varusteleka credits. Service is available only in Finland. Only Registered users can make Kierto returns. See more information about Kierto.

Varusteleka Terävä

All Terävä knives and leather sheaths are manufactured by Laurin Metalli, a family business and Finland's leading knife blade manufacturer from Kauhava with roots going back to 1918. The Boltaron sheaths are made by Savotta in Karstula, Finland. Founded in 1955, Savotta is known for its simplistic and extremely rugged, Nordic designs. A Terävä blade is Finnish craftsmanship, pure and simple! And "Terävä", that's just Finnish for "sharp". For further reading check out the Varusteleka's Terävä page.

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Five stars
I would recommend for a friend

11.02.2022 (Edited 03.06.2022)
Loistava tuote DIY-henkisille immeisille, etenkin PLCE pistimen kannikkeen kanssa.
Itse sain tästä yhdistelmästä lähestulkoon täydellisen tupen ruotokahvaiselle Skrama 240:lle.
Kun lämmitin aukon puoleista päätä kuumailmapistoolilla, sain muovattua muovin siihen muotoon, että veitsi pysyy paikallaan myös ylösalaisin.
Suosittelen kuumentamaan muovia alkuun varovasti vähän kerrallaan ja siten, ettei veitsi ole ollenkaan muovilestan sisällä.
Siinä vaiheessa kun muovi on pehmennyt, ujuta veitsi varovasti sisälle ennen muovailuvaihetta.
Veitsi saattaa juuttua muovailuvaiheessa muovilestan sisälle, tällöin jouduin antamaan hieman lämpöä muoville.
Varokaa kuumentamasta itse veistä ja kahvaa, älkää polttako näppejänne, käyttäkää suojakäsineitä!

Edit: Näköjään isoille Skramoille näitä muovilestoja ei enää myydä erikseen. Jos olet hankkinut esim. ruotokahvallisen Skrama 240:n (jossa muovilesta tulee mukana) niin siitä on vielä mahdollista saada kelpo tuppi ruotokahvaiselle Skramalle. Kumikahvaiselle Skramalle ottaisin suoraan Terävä nahkatupen.
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Three stars
I would not recommend to a friend

24.05.2022
I wanted to like this for its slim size and practicality but it just doesn't hold my Jääkäripuukko 85 very securely. My Skrama 80 fits just a bit tighter, but only barely. Both knives tug out with the slightest bit of force or shaking and I have a feeling I'm going to be nervously checking the sheath for a missing knife if I ever chose to wear this on a belt or tucked into a plate carrier. I'll see if a little bit of tape or some nail polish on the inside of the sheath can provide a better friction fit, but right now it kind of sucks. The plastic covers for the Skrama 200 and 240 are solid and almost too tight at times, with no fear of them ever coming loose, so I assumed these would be the same. Unfortunately not. If you just need something to keep over the blade inside of a pocket or a pack, it's fine for that. If you want to make use of the actually excellently designed belt clip, then you'll probably run into the same concerns.

I bought this until I could pick up the Skrama leather double-sheath to pair the Skrama 200 and Jääkäripuukko 85 together, but it appears this same sheath is what's used on that as well, and without a retention strap for the smaller blade, I now have reservations about how well the blade will stay put.
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Five stars
I would recommend for a friend

25.04.2018 (Edited 01.06.2021)
No-frills, hard plastic sheath. Excellent knife storage. Waiting for the Molle sheath to be in stock again.
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Five stars
I would recommend for a friend

11.03.2019 (Edited 02.06.2021)
Five stars
I would recommend for a friend

17.04.2019 (Edited 05.06.2021)
No-nonsense hard sheath that holds the Skrama pretty good. It does fine as a standalone sheath if you don't need to carry the blade on your belt or otherwise slung or attached to a pack, but instead carry it inside a pack, in the boot of a car or just have it hanging on a nail in your workshop. As the protective part inside the leather sheath or the Molle version, it is just excellent.
I have the Molle sheath to carry it on a sling, baldric style, and got an extra blade cover for my Skrama for the above reasons - workshop, luggage etc. And just today I found another use. I have a Silky pole saw with a Zubat blade, and due to some extreme abuse, the blade snapped. I ordered a new one and used what was left of the broken blade to fashion a short handsaw (Silky sells the handles separately). So now I have a very sturdy, 20 cm long fixed-blade pruning saw, but no sheath (the real Silky sheath sits, of course, on the pole saw to protect the new blade). I DIY'ed a bit with carboard and duck tape, but then realized that I had the spare Skrama blade protector. And yes, eureka: it fits. The finger guards on the Skrama and the Silky Zubat pruning saw hard rubber handles are so close in size that the Silky is perfectly retained in the Skrama blade protector. I don't know who should be proudest to find that their handle design has characteristics so similar to those of another famous product, but clearly, if good engineers from two sides of the planet design practical tools they end up with similar things.
Silky makes a few fixed-bladed saws with blades between 20 and 24 centimeters, and my little experiment indicated that these may well fit fine in a Skrama sheath (the reverse might also be true, opening interesting perspectives). Anyway, I now have a crazy effective short saw and a Skrama sitting in identical sheaths, making a kit that can make short work of any tree branch or trunk up to about the upper-arm diameter of a Varusteleka salesperson, neatly sawn to length and delimbed, to turn it into a stack of firewood or a sturdy fence pole. (If this little story gives you guys and gals the idea to make a Terävä pruning saw to accompany the Skrama, I want one for free... lol ).
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