The Berus, designed by Tommaso Rumici, is a light and compact fixed blade knife meant to be like a folder for daily carry but it's much more solid. It is available with two blades shapes; a drop point (Berus 1) for general use and a sheepsfoot (Berus 2) which is particularly good when used as a cutter. The steel is Bohler M390 stainless with a satin finish in combination with the carbon fiber handles, or stonewashed with the black or green canvas Micarta scales.
The handle is the result of a careful ergonomic study: despite its compact size, the Berus has a firm and secure grip and jimping on the back of the blade ensures precise control of the cutting direction. The Kydex sheath has Ulticlip from the factory, a very practical clip to attach it to the pocket or on the pants belt. In addition, Berus Kydex sheath is compatible with the Tek-Lok system and it can be worn on the neck. It's just the right size to stay out of the way yet dutifully perform when needed and is comfortable for prolonged use.