KHHI Tri Angkhola Kukri (Masterx Work)
A hacking, whacking, stabbing, slicing etc you name it; a master creation built for the ultimate satisfaction; KHHI Tri Angkhola kukri; the cutting machine ..
KHHI Tri Angkhola kukri; the ULTIMATE cutting machine ..
Khukuri House's (KHHI nepal) after the huge success of great classic kukris like the “King Prithivi” and “MK Angkhola” comes up with yet another design and creates this superb kukri knife. It’s a hacking, whacking, stabbing, slicing etc you name it. With its unique 3 (tri) x chirra in blade and tall bevel the kukri is truly a master’s creation built for the ultimate satisfaction. Now finally getting officially released only today, ie, 7th June 2017, due to overwhelmed pre-launch orders which pushed back the release date by 3 months, clearly speaks for the class this knife truly holds.
Exquisite and ergonomic shaped with no shoulder (peak) having a smooth and gentle flow, blended with 2 subtle chirras (fullers) in upper section and 1 semi-chirra (fuller) in lower section, merged with resolute tall elongated bevel for bigger impact; raw and brute; solid power and extremely well balanced weight/feel, defines the blade of the KHHI Tri Angkhola kukri. Where as in another hand - gentle inward curved, simple full tang wood material, extremely durable and comfortable that is crafted well proportionate to the blade, speaks for the khukuri’s simple yet classic type of handle this khukuri integrates.
Tri Angkhola is an ultimate cutting kukri knife designed by Khukuri House KHHI; a hand forged HC5160 steel to perfection. It is one of the most beautiful kukris due to it's attractive chirra/fuller in the blade. It is very unique amongst the Nepalese kukris available in sale in Nepal. It’s a perfect merge between the beauty and beast characteristics.
- HC 5160 handmade-handforged
- 13" approx blade (great reach)
- about 5" long Rosewood (carved) gentle inward curved handle (superb and comfortable grip)
- Thickness/Spine: 8.5 mm approx. around bolster distal tapered (great feel and balance)
- Widest = 55 mm approx.
- Narrowest = 35 mm approx.
- Weight: 625 gms approx (very effective and balanced weight)
- Raw Black finishing for durability and look
- 1(full) +2 (semi) Chirras/Fullers to support edge, absorb shock, cut weight
- Deep/tall bevel for deep cut and penetration (wound)
To finish off in 1 line; the ultimate hand forged cutting MACHINE for any common MAN..
KHHI also supplies the following Promotional Materials with every shipment:
- KHHI Warranty Card [1 year Guarantee + Lifetime Warranty]
- KHHI Brochure [Company's profile, its websites, products and related]
- KHHI Manual [Tips and techniques on handling, maintaining and using a Khukuri]
- Design Khukuri Pamphlet [Custom-design your own khukuri/ knife through KHHI]
- Letter from MD [An official letter addressed by the MD himself to the buyer]
- Letter of Declaration [Letter of authenticity and confidence declared by FHAN (Federation of Handicraft Association of Nepal)]
- Actual Weight (gm): 625
- Overall weight (gm): 800
- Shipping weight (gm): 1200
- Blade finishing: RAW
- Blade sharpness: Standard (very sharp)
- Blade material: 5160
- Place of Origin: KHHI, Kathmandu, Nepal
- Accompanying knives/B-up: None
- Blade thickness (mm): 8.5
- Handle finishing: Unpolished
- Sheath: Traditional black leather
- Released date of KHHI Nepal: 2017-06-07
- Tang type: Stick
- Fixture: Iron
- Edge grinding: Convex
- Edge Hardness: 55-57 hrc
- Blade (panel) Grinding: Chirra
- Function: Domestic use, Stabbing, Lethal, Combat, Jungle warfare, Collection, Regular Work, Trekking
Give us your valuable review on our items.
overall experience is good.
I like this Khukuri very much and it's perfect tool for cutting and copping, only thing that I have concern is the shoulder and upper spine of this khukuri is not blunt it is sharp(see the screenshot), seems it is not stoned well( I am not sure it comes like that or it should be blunt as I prefer), but overall rating is good and recommend to use it.
Date: 11th August, 2020
Thank You KHHI
The picture speaks for itself! It was a joy to discuss customisation with KHHI and they delivered as ordered. Beautiful craftsmanship and a joy to look at and display. Thank you KHHI and your artisanal kamis!
Date: 22nd February, 2019
Another beautiful kukri
This is the second of two kukris that I received today. Like every other kukri in my possession from Nepal, this blade is excellent. I've given a couple to a friend and grandson. My grandson will get a couple more before I order again. Nepalese craftsmen are among the best in the world. Kukris are fast becoming my favorite blades. Thank you.
Date: 6th November, 2018
Kukri has arrived
Thank you for your answer.
Yesterday late afternoon the khukuri has arrived. All went good. It is on time.
The knife has a good blade geometry for chopping, cutting as well as slising, is well made, strong, nice looking and relatively light weight. A piece of Gurkha tradition from Nepal in a new form and with extended function. Perfect for my purpose of use.
I am very pleased to have received such a great work of art from a master knife maker. Please transmit my congratulations to him!
But also the sheath maker did a very good job. Please, let him also know, that I congratulate and appreciate his great work!
Wish you all the best.
Date: 31st October, 2018
My favorite knife for almost everything
I cannot say enough good about this knife. It chops better than any hand axe / tomahawk, it cuts brush better than any machete. It takes so little effort to swing that I am still going long after everyone else has worn themselves out. Everything about its design is a delight. It is balanced, the hook of the blade matches the angle of my wrist perfectly (When I point the blade forward, the point is in line with my extended arm.) It isn't bulky, but has good heft. It isn't too large, but I am confident I can cut whatever I need to cut. I have heard that if you can only have one knife you want it to be a khukuri. Well, if you can only have one khukuri you want it to be the Tri Angkhola. It replaced several other knives and axes. I am actually kind of thankful I didn't have this when I was younger or I wouldn't have learned to use any number of other, inferior tools. If something ever happens to the one I have now, I will certainly get another. It is now something I cannot do without.
Date: 15th October, 2018
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