Scarab II and Mini Troodon – The New Automatic Knives From Microtech

    Microtech SCARAB 2

    Microtech SCARAB II

    On 19th September Microtech Knives held a Grand Opening in their new facility in North Carolina. The opening was also broadcasted live on the Internet, and customers had the possibility to purchase products directly from the show. That was until everything crashed due to popular demand, and judging by the comments on social media it left quite a few disappointed.

    In any case, Microtech launched at least one new knife called the Scarab II. The Scarab II is larger than their Combat Troodon, which is a fairly large knife to begin with.

    The company also launched several custom Cerakote Ultratech knives.

    The new Microtech Scarab II – Black Stonewashed SE

    Overall Length: 9.6

    • Blade Length: 3.9″
    • Blade Material: M390
    • Blade Style: Drop Point
    • Finish: Stonewashed
    • Model: Scarab

    The price online is $512.00, but it is listed as Out Of Stock at the moment.

    By the looks of it, the SCARAB II is much wider than the Combat Troodon.

    Here are the two pictures from the Microtech Gear online shop.

    From the invitation to Microtech’s Grand Opening:

    Join us for our first-ever live event where you will be able to purchase directly from us during the show. Get ready for new production knife debuts as well as never before seen custom pieces from Marfione Custom Knives. Special guests include Anthony Marfione, TJ Marfione (Heretic Knives), Sean Marfione, Sebastijan Berenji (Borka Blades), Bastien Coves (Bastinelli Knives).

    I am sure we’re going to see a ton of variations of the Scarab II in the near future.


    Yesterday night – Tanto Tuesday – Microtech also launched the Troodon Mini T/E.
    It has a California State legal blade length of 1.99”, and the overall is 5.45”.
    Troodon Mini T/E

    Microtech Troodon Mini T/E

    “First look at the Microtech Scarab 2 and Mini Troodon”

    Check out Microtech Gear’s new homepage here:

    How do you like it?

    Eric B

    Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6×6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.