Viper is a subsidiary of the Italian cutlery company Tecnocut. Tecnocut seems to make a number of commercial grade knives and tools, and their Viper brand seems to be more consumer oriented. Tecnocut also acts as a distributor for some international brands. Viper’s knives range from more traditional fixed blades and gentleman’s folders to larger tactical knife offerings. Most of their products do seem to have a blend of old world materials and modern manufacturing, which I happen to find very interesting.
The build quality and fit and finish that I have seen on their products is very high, and their unique take on cutlery continues to intrigue me. Expect to see more Viper reviews in the future as I familiarize myself with the brand.
Viper Knives Reviews
- Viper Dan 2 Review
I have a bit of a love affair going on with slipjoint knives. Part of the reason for that is – if I may be frank – that the framelock flipper is a pretty stale form right now. Don’t get me wrong, many blades o ... continue reading
- Viper Odino Review
The "Italian Renaissance" of knifemaking has been on my radar for a few years now. Manufacturers like LionSteel, Fox, Fantoni, and Viper are getting more and more traction stateside. The Italians have been doing some ... continue reading
- Viper Start Review
I got my first introduction to Viper at the 2013 Blade Show in Atlanta this past summer. A couple of my favorite reviewers, the EdgeObserver and Stefan Schmalhaus, have sampled Viper's offerings quite extensively. It ... continue reading
- Viper Carnera Review
Viper Knives is a relative newcomer to the US cutlery scene, and is a division of the Italian manufacturer Tecnocut, a company that I am frankly not that familiar with. I was first acquainted with Viper at Blade Show ... continue reading