We’s Late 2019 Reveals Include Flipper, Small Fixed Blades

We Knife Co.‘s consistently fast pace means the company is capping 2019 with another batch of reveals and releases. A folding version of the fixed blade Reazio is among the new models, as well as several smaller fixed blades of their own.


The Scoppio is the folding variant of the Reazio fixed blade. That knife released earlier this year and like the Scoppio was designed by Toni Tietzel of TnT Knives. The Scoppio maintains the signature element of the Reazio, which was an eye-catching, multifaceted compound grind. Translating the design into the folder world meant a reduction into more pocket-friendly dimensions. The Scoppio has a blade length of to 3.63 inches, and a flipper/framelock combo has been instituted for its opening and lockup. The plain handle shape is carried over, with all the show side handle hardware hidden. We lists the Scoppio’s weight at 4.62 oz., and it is carried with a non-reversible sculpted titanium clip

B.U.D. and Alessandra De Santis Civivi Model

Two small fixed blades are also on their way. The B.U.D. is releasing under the main We label; it is a self-defense tool shaped like a miniature punching dagger. It consists of a single piece of titanium that We hit with an on-brand, all-over anodization job. The entire knife is heavily skeletonized and weighs just under an ounce.

Civivi is also getting a small fixed blade; but whereas the B.U.D. is designed by the We in-house team, this as-yet-unnamed model comes from the mind of Italian designer Alessandra de Santis. Recently we saw de Santis’s first We collaboration in the form of the high-end Hecate folder; the Civivi release is a small EDC-sized fixed blade with an angled wharncliffe blade and extra long handle relative to its overall length. A bottle opener has been built into the top side of the handle, and a Kydex sheath provided for carry. The entire knife is made from one piece of skeletonized steel – possibly a 9Cr variant according to the company.

Civivi Alessandra de Santis design

The Scoppio is slated to arrive with dealers shortly. The B.U.D. is currently scheduled for late December, and the de Santis fixed blade has yet to be given a release date.

Knife in Featured Image: We Knife Co. B.U.D.