Mora 106 Wood Carving Knife


5.00 out of 5

Mora are renowned for making high quality knives which cater for all your outdoor needs. The Mora 106 is specifically designed to be used for carving and woodworking.

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The Mora 106 Wood Carving Knife is an excellent entry-level knife for wood carving. You get all the usual qualities of a Mora knife at an affordable price.

The blade length on the Mora 106 Knife is 82mm long and the width of the blade is 2.7mm. The knife itself is very easy to maintain and comes in a handy plastic sheath for safe travel.

The handle is made from birch wood and feels very comfortable in the hand. The blade is made from laminated steel and is razor sharp out of the box.

This is what Mora say about the Mora 106 –

“Our woodcarving knives are well known and appreciated precision tools that are used by wood carvers in Nusnäs, for example. This is where one of Sweden’s most recognized national symbols – the Dala Horse – is carved.”


  • Blade length: 82 mm
  • Total length: 190 mm
  • Blade thickness: 2.7 mm
  • Blade depth: 15 mm
  • Blade material: Laminated steel
  • Blade grind: Scandi
  • Handle material: Oiled birch wood
  • Sheath material: Plastic
  • Weight: 68 g
  • Made in Sweden


Additional info

Product code: TBC0014

1 review for Mora 106 Wood Carving Knife

  1. Tom
    5 out of 5


    I never usually write reviews, but after using this knife I want to share my thoughts on it. I have recently got into wood carving – mainly spoons and ladles – and a friend recommended this knife for detailed and accurate work. I used to use my Mora knife and I never thought that a wood carving knife would make any difference, but boy was I wrong. This knife is excellent! I used to struggle where the spoon joins the handle and I could never get the angle right and the timber smooth, but if you use the tip of this blade you have so much control over the angles and how much wood you are removing. I also noticed the benefit when working at the very top of the spoon when I was trying to create a nice rounded shape. This nice is EXTREMELY sharp out of the box and I have not had to re-sharpen yet. All in all though I have seen a real improvement in my work and can see where the saying ‘a bad workmen blames his tools’ came from!

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