Press Release - DPx Gear Debuts Two New US-Made Fixed Blades at SHOT Show 2015

Press Release - DPx Gear Debuts Two New US-Made Fixed Blades at SHOT Show 2015

January 19, 2015 1 Comment

 

Las Vegas, NV – January 19, 2015 – DPx Gear is expanding its DPx HEAT (Hostile Environment At-Hand Tool) line of under three inch length blades to include the DPx HEAT Fixed & DPx HIT Hiker.

 

HEAT-Fixed-RenderingThe DPx HEAT Fixed is for the outdoorsman who wants a compact, fine edge, hard use fixed blade with a deep belly and durable point. Made in the USA by White River Knife & Tool featuring S30V stainless steel, ¼” hollow Micarta, G10 or wood scales, bottle opener and lashing points. MSRP for this model ranges from $172.50 to $183.75.

HEAT-Hiker-RenderingThe DPx HEAT Hiker is the scale-less version of the DPx HEAT Fixed and features a carabiner for easy mounting to gear. It’s the at-hand knife that doesn’t get lost, dropped or misplaced. Also made in the USA by White River Knife & Tool featuring S30V stainless steel in a stonewashed or ceramic-coated finish. MSRP for this model ranges from $156.25 to $168.75.

DPx Gear will be exhibiting in booth 3161 with prototypes of these knives available for viewing.


Product Specifications*

DPx H•E•A•T Fixed – Stonewashed, Black G10 DPx H•E•A•T Hiker -Stonewashed
SKU: DPHTX012 SKU: DPHTX006
Blade Length: 2.40” Blade Length: 2.40”
Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC
Blade Thickness: 0.16” Blade Thickness: 0.16”
Blade Finish Stonewashed Blade Finish Stonewashed
Overall Length: 6.22” Overall Length: 6.22”
Handle: Black G10 Handle: Carabiner
DPx H•E•A•T Fixed – Black Ceramic, Black G10 DPx H•E•A•T Hiker – Black Ceramic
SKU: DPHTX016 SKU: DPHTX019
Blade Length: 2.40” Blade Length: 2.40”
Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC
Blade Thickness: 0.16” Blade Thickness: 0.16”
Blade Finish Black Ceramic Coated Blade Finish Black Ceramic Coated
Overall Length: 6.22” Overall Length: 6.22”
Handle: Black G10 Handle: Carabiner
DPx H•E•A•T Fixed – Stonewashed, Maple DPx H•E•A•T Hiker – Grey Ceramic
SKU: DPHTX017 SKU: DPHTX020
Blade Length: 2.40” Blade Length: 2.40”
Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC
Blade Thickness: 0.16” Blade Thickness: 0.16”
Blade Finish Stonewashed Blade Finish Grey Ceramic Coated
Overall Length: 6.22” Overall Length: 6.22”
Handle: Tiger Stripe Maple Handle: Carabiner
DPx H•E•A•T Fixed – Stonewashed, Green Micarta DPx H•E•A•T Fixed – Stonewashed, Grey Micarta
SKU: DPHTX018 SKU: DPHTX022
Blade Length: 2.40” Blade Length: 2.40”
Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC Blade Steel: S30V, 60 HRC
Blade Thickness: 0.16” Blade Thickness: 0.16”
Blade Finish Stonewashed Blade Finish Stonewashed
Overall Length: 6.22” Overall Length: 6.22”
Handle: Green Micarta Handle: Grey Micarta
Patents: www.dpxgear.com/patents
*Product specifications subject to change without notice.

 

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.

 

Contact:

Media Manager

info@dpxgear.com

2321 Kettner Blvd

San Diego, CA 92101

+1 619 780 2601

 

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1 Response

Michael Belaib
Michael Belaib

March 19, 2018

hello, i would like to know if the dpx gear heat fixed will be in production someday or if the project and give up forever because it would be a great neck knives, thanks for your reply good day michael

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