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Petrified Fish

Petrified Fish | Mini Beluga | Green Gmascus

Regular price $48.99 USD
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  • Total Length: 6.8"
  • Blade Length: 2.99"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.11"
  • Blade Width: 1.06"
  • Hardness: 58-60HRC
  • Blade Material: 14C28N
  • Net Weight: 3.35 oz
  • Blade Surface: Sand blast
  • Handle Material: G10/Damascus G10
  • System: Ceramic Ball Bearing

The Mini Beluga from Petrified Fish is a smaller version of the most popular imported production knife in recent history. The Mini Beluga is a more compact top flipper knife with a 1.06" wide blade. The exquisite craftsmanship, fit, and finish simply cannot be rivaled at this price point. The fascinating Gmascus scales resemble a topographic pattern and really make this knife stand out from the rest. 


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Tim S.
Nice Knife and Great Service

The Petrified Fish Mini Beluga is a nice solid knife that feels good in hand and carries well. The service that Blue Creek Knives provides is always fantastic. Blue Creek Knives is my go to knife retailer because of their fantastic service and super fast shipping.

James O'Malley

nice looking knife but the detent on mine is to strong so it's a two handed open knife !

Benjamin Geiser
Great Little Folder

I promised my wife I was done buying knives, but then this Mini Beluga popped up at Blue Creek. It's a nice compact folder with multiple deployment options, good blade, smooth action, and I really like the look of the green gmascus. No complaints at all. I'm also really happy with the service from Blue Creek Knives. On the day I ordered this knife from Blue Creek, I also ordered a black Mini Beluga from Amazon; I received my order from Blue Creek Knives first, and paid less too. I've returned the Amazon order, and now I check Blue Creek first when I'm not shopping for knives (I promise, hun).

Calling it a budget knife is an insult

Other knife companies should be embarrassed. This is a $50 knife that ticks _all_the boxes except having a powder metallurgy blade steel. It's visually striking with nice lines and an interesting scale pattern & color. Oh, and they made all the blade printing really small and tucked against the scale so the beauty of the blade shape isn't compromised. Hear that Kizer?
Also, it's a front flipper that I can fire 100% of the time with a little wrist flip, and I'm not really good with front flippers.
The deep carry clip is inset into the scale AND has flat hardware! Pocket insert is NOT a problem.
It fits my smaller hands well, but may be cramped for large/Xl.
This could be a one-and-done EDC knife for anyone who isn't knife crazy. Works well, looks good, strops back sharp for easy maintenance.