DPx Gear Introduces DPX Aculus Knife Carved From A Solid Titanium Alloy

DPx Aculus Knife
DPx Aculus Knife
DPx Gear Inc.
DPx Gear Inc.

San Diego, CA –-(Ammoland.com)- DPx Gear, Inc. has released the new monoblock frame gentleman’s knife, the DPx Aculus Knife .

It is available in a limited run of 100 pieces available exclusively from DPx Gear and ready for immediate shipment.

The DPx Aculus Knife is a hard use gentleman’s knife carved from a single block of 6Al4v titanium alloy.

Designed by adventurer Robert Young Pelton after seeing the poor quality and limited strength of traditional military and law enforcement knives, he decided to create an incredibly strong and compact knife. The Aculus is an every day carry tool with beautifully fluid lines, exquisite ergonomics, and a tough blade of the highest quality and finish. The frame is a single seamless machined piece of art, elegantly held together with only two screws.

The DPx Aculus Knife was designed for undercover work, where professionals must dress in formal wear but must carry tools that cannot fail. The ergonomics had to work as a knife but also as a concealed hand held tool capable of dealing non-lethal pain to attackers.

The DPx Aculus 3D features a unique 3D diamond pattern for superior grip, a tungsten carbide glass breaker with replacement flat head screw, a deep carry pocket clip, razor sharp Niolox tool steel, and DPx Gear’s no-questions-asked lifetime warranty. MSRP for the DPx Aculus 3D is $400 and can be purchased only by visiting www.dpxgear.com/aculus.

DPx Aculus Knife Product Specifications

MSRP: $400.00
Blade Length: 3.26″ / 83 mm
Blade Steel: Stonewashed 61 HRC Niolox tool steel
Blade Thickness: 0.14″ / 3.50 mm
Blade Finish Stonewashed
Overall Length: 7.71″ / 196 mm
Closed Length: 4.33″ / 110 mm
Handle: Sandblasted 6Al4v Titanium


About DPx Gear

Founded in 2008 by explorer, author and adventurer, Robert Young Pelton, DPx Gear, Inc. designs, tests and builds hard use equipment for special operations, expeditions and law enforcement. Learn more at www.dpxgear.com.

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Patrick Malone

Just how many of us “regular” guys can afford $400 for a pocket knife? And just how many “gentlemen” do you know that need a titanium knife with a replaceable glass breaker?
You can’t fix stupid.