KnifeNews: Sencut Delivers No-Nonsense User with New Borzam Model


Although we don’t mention it as often as its two sister labels, there’s a third sibling in the We Knife Co./Civivi family, and that’s Sencut. They’ve got a new knife out this week called the Borzam, and it embodies the label’s bang-for-the-buck ethos and style.

Compared with We or Civivi, Sencut shies away from collaboration pieces, building its catalog with in-house designs only. It makes sense then that the Borzam seems to be modeled (in terms of philosophy, not specs) on the hardworking in-house designs that form the backbone of Civivi’s output – things like the best-selling Elementum. The Borzum’s blade, opened with either flipper or thumb stud, is a drop point, thoughtfully drawn, that runs out and up to a lowish tip in such a way as to give the entire cutting edge a light curvature; it should be a good all-around task-finisher, indoors and out.

I have always struggled to figure out a niche in which to place Sencut, since Civivi is already fairly budget minded and offers great value knives. The idea of Sencut as a “proving ground” for in-house designers is an interesting one to consider.

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Sencut Delivers No-Nonsense User with New Borzam Model


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