Design by Denis Simonutti

cod. FX-555 TIBR

Blade Steel: M390 stainless steel
Hardness: HRC 59-61
Blade Coating: stone washed PVD
Handle: PVD Stone Washed Titanium
Clip: black PVD titanium
Spacer: black PVD titanium
Screws: bronze anodized titanium
Sheath: leather
Blade Length: 7.8 cm - 3.07"
Overall Length: 19.5 cm - 7.68"
Blade Thickness: 4 mm - 0.16"
Weight: 150 gr - 5.29 oz



The Jupiter folder represents the culmination of the evolution of the locking system already used on the wellknown famous Radius and Saturn, respect to which it gains a new safety lock that allows to inhibit the blade rotation in both open and closed position, so that the folding knife can face even more heavy-duty work than its illustrious predecessors.
The design recalls the salient features of the two previous models, managing to integrate even better the round element that host the mechanics.
The blade, devoted to maximum practicality, makes the Jupiter the ideal companion, both in urban and woodland environments: the tip is robust, while the cutting-edge has a gentle and constant curvature, fully usable and easy to re-sharpen.
The handle shines for the ergonomics, characterized by a large recess for the index and a generous space for the other fingers, which will be supported even if you wear gloves; for precision work you can opt for an advanced grip, achieving even more precise cutting-edge control.


Denis Simonutti

Born in Maniago in 1986, Denis Simonutti is a designer from Friuli - Italy. Passionate about mountaineering and photography, he has been working in the world of cutlery since 2010. He is known for being the inventor of the - Radius lock system. Combining his design skills with his flair, he is always looking for appealing shapes and above all innovation.

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Denis Simonutti
Blade Coating: stone washed PVD
(Physical Vapor Deposition) is a variety of vacuum deposition methods used to deposit thin films by the condensation of a vaporized form of the desired film material onto various workpiece surface. The coating method involves purely physical process such as high temperature vacuum evaporation with subsequent condensation.
Blade Steel: M390 stainless steel
Acciaio Steel Carbonio Carbon Cromo Chromium Cobalto Cobalt Azoto Nitrogen Manganese Manganese Molibdeno Molybdenu Nichel Nickel Fosforo Phosphorous Silicio Silicon Zolfo Sulfur Tungsteno Tungs Vanadio Vanadium
M390 1.90 20.00 - - 0.30 1.00 - - 0.70 - 0.50 4.00