The blades are short (3-3/4" to 4") for maneuverability, and the offset handles provide clearance when fitting housed joints or working into restricted recesses. The offset design also lets you register the blade face on the work when flush-trimming projections for better control and reduced risk of digging in.
Made in the Czech Republic by Narex, they have accurately ground bevel-edged blades made of chrome-manganese steel hardened to Rc60-62. The unfinished hornbeam handles are fitted with brass-plated ferrules. About 10" to 12" long overall. Available individually or as a set of all four. Tip guards included.