Just in, several dozen different Microtech Ultratech knives including the 122-1, 122-4 as well as six variations with purple handles and three with blue handles. Check out one of the best-selling out the front knives of all time and get yours quick–the demand on these is huge and they will move fast.
If you have never had the chance to see an Ultratech in action, check out our most recent video about them on our YouTube channel.
These are fantastic knives built with quality components. If you love knives, you will love the Ultratech.
**A quick note about Microtech knives. If you have ever wondered what the numbers mean, the first set of three numbers in the product code refer to the knife and general blade style. For instance, a Microtech 122 always refers to an Ultratech with a dual edge blade. The 123 will always refer to an Ultratech with a tanto blade. The second set of numbers typically runs from 1 through 12. This refers to the blade finish and blade edge style. For example:
-1 Black DLC finish, plain edge
-2 Black DLC finish, combo edge
-3 Black DLC finish, fully serrated edge (on a dual edge blade one edge is fully serrated the other is standard–plain)
-4 Satin, plain
-5 Satin, Combo
-6 Satin, Fully Serrated
-7 Bead Blast, Plain
-8 Bead Blast, Combo
-9 Bead Blast, Fully Serrated
-10 Stonewash, Plain
-11 Stonewash, Combo
-12 Stonewash, Fully Serrated.
So if you are looking for a dual edge Ultratech with a bead blast edge and partially serrated edges (combo) you want a Microtech 122-8. On the other hand, if you were looking for a Daytona with a dual edge blade with a bead blast finish and a standard edge–you would want the 126-7.