EDC Aviary-Pocket Knives | Crow


Scientific name: Corvus coronoides
Indigenous name: Waang, Wahn or Waa (Kulin nation)
Koi name: Chris the “Crow”

Chris the “Crow”

Crows are one of the best known birds in South Australia.

A history of swooping and squawking at those who annoy her she’s one of the toughest and most feared birds in Adelaide. Whilst scaring many she also attracts our population with her shiny feathers combined with her style and strength.

Whether your an Adelaide AFL supporter, or a fan of Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” this knife is the one we know you’ve been craving.

Sitting in the tree so high,
With eyes so dark and keen.
Watching down with curiosity,
Taking in all they’ve seen.

Their coal black feathers gleam so bright,
Against the sky so blue.
Always observing with such sight,
Gathering clues anew.

Intelligent beasts of feather and beak,
Solving puzzles each day.
Never content to sit and peek,
Always finding new ways.

When danger threatens their domain,
Their caws serve as a call.
To rally friends without strain,
Bonding them one and all.

Crafty crow, sharp as can be,
Ruler of sky with clever fey.
Watching and learning constantly,
Through each lively crow day.


Blade Length: 87mm | Overall Length: 206mm | Folded Length: 118mm | Blade Thickness: 2.5mm | Weight: 129g

Bird Specs
Average Lifespan In Captivity: 
Up to 22 years
Up to 100cm (39 inches)
 ~650g (22 ounces)


Shipping info:

Shipping- We offer $9 flat-rate Shipping Australia-wide.

For all domestic orders, we use Australia Post where current delivery times are 2 to 5 days.

If the knife is for a birthday, give us a call and we will upgrade to express for no additional cost.


A very good question. Here’s a short answer.

What not to do?

DO NOT put it in the dishwasher or leave it in a sink full of water as this can lead to corrosion and damaged blades. We also recommend against cutting on a glass chopping board as this is terrible for the blade (can lead to chipping), and please DO NOT use Pull Through Sharpeners.

What to do?

Learn how to use a honing rod to keep the knifes edge aligned and keep it sharper longer.

I recommend having it sharpened by a professional sharpener (ideally on a whetstone or a watercooled system to stop the steel heating). How often varies depending on usage however most people do it every 6-12 months.

Storage?-Please store your knives either on a wall magnet or in a knife block, if you are going to store them in the drawers please use edge gurads.

Warranty and Refunds

For all returns and exchanges please contact A Wicked Edge Sharpening by email troy@awickededge.com.au or by calling 0411 057 434

A Wicked Edge Sharpening will replace any goods that arrive at their destination faulty or damaged. To return any item for any reason the customer must arrange for return postage by Australia Post.A Wicked Edge Sharpening will refund the cost of normal registered post for any return where A Wicked Edge Sharpening was at fault.

A Wicked Edge Sharpening will replace any undamaged item within 30 days of purchase as long as the purchase is returned in its original condition including its packaging. Delivery and handling charges on returns are not refunded for incorrect choice, and are to be returned to A Wicked Edge Sharpening at the customer’s cost and risk.

In order to process your return of goods, please be sure to include the following information:

The order number

The reason for the return

Your day time phone number

Address :
A Wicked Edge Sharpening Returns, PO Box 227, Alderley QLD 4051

A Wicked Edge Sharpening will contact you to arrange a refund if we are unable to replace or exchange the goods returned. We can process the refund by either reimbursing your credit card or posting a cheque.


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