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Kershaw 1730SS Stainless Steel Zing Knife w/ SpeedSafe EXPIRED

Butcherboy 4,971 11,752 August 12, 2016 at 05:30 PM in Sporting Goods (3) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 08-13-2016 by johnny_miller at 08:55 PM View Original Post
Amazon has Kershaw 1730SS Stainless Steel Zing Knife w/ SpeedSafe for $18. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks Butcherboy

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Edited August 13, 2016 at 06:21 PM by widgit
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Speed safe and flipper opening systems; Frame lock locking system
• Bead-blasted finish-Handle: 410
• Bead-blasted finish-Blade Length: 3 in. (7.6 cm)-Closed Length: 3.9 in. (9.8 cm)-Overall Length: 6.9 in. (17.5 cm)-Weight: 3.3 oz. (93.5 g)
• Steel: 8Cr13MoV, Bead-blasted finish
• Handle: 410, Bead-blasted finish
• Blade Length: 3 inches; Closed Length: 3 7/8 inches; Weight: 3 ounces
• Tip up or tip down pocket clip
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#3
Nice. Looks like the lowest price seen on CCC.
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#4
Nice knife. I got the same one a few months back. It's SHARP and hasn't lost its edge yet (to be honest, I don't use it very often but I'm still impressed every time I do).
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Is this a sale price or an every day price?
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Quote from 1slick007 View Post :
Nice knife. I got the same one a few months back. It's SHARP and hasn't lost its edge yet (to be honest, I don't use it very often but I'm still impressed every time I do).
What do you use yours for?
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Quote from takeabyte View Post :
What do you use yours for?
Cutting, slicing, chopping, stabbing, poking, mincing and dicing
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Quote from takeabyte View Post :
What do you use yours for?
Stabbity stabbity!
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#9
I would advise buying a $90 benchmade. they have slightly cheaper as well but they are much nicer and higher quality knives.

I've bought cheap Kershaw and Gerber knives before. None of them come sharp out of box and they are all of cheap alloy.
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Quote from madmoney2323 View Post :
I would advise buying a $90 benchmade. they have slightly cheaper as well but they are much nicer and higher quality knives.

I've bought cheap Kershaw and Gerber knives before. None of them come sharp out of box and they are all of cheap alloy.
Wait, a $90 knife in your opinion is better than an $18 knife? Bet you don't win many arguments in life
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Quote from madmoney2323 View Post :
I would advise buying a $90 benchmade. they have slightly cheaper as well but they are much nicer and higher quality knives.

I've bought cheap Kershaw and Gerber knives before. None of them come sharp out of box and they are all of cheap alloy.
I'd love me a nice Benchmade, but them prices are just a bit too high.
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#12
I wish every knife deal included the origin of manufacturing and steel type. Those help me decide if it's a real deal. Any links to grading of steel types btw?

Looks like it's Chinese - Steel: 8Cr13MoV, Bead-blasted finish. Don't know the quality of this type of steel.
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Last edited by BigCheapBastard August 13, 2016 at 09:35 PM
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Quote from madmoney2323 View Post :
I would advise buying a $90 benchmade. they have slightly cheaper as well but they are much nicer and higher quality knives.

I've bought cheap Kershaw and Gerber knives before. None of them come sharp out of box and they are all of cheap alloy.
Agree with by you there, about higher quality.. But this isn't a bad deal for people who's aren't into expensive knife.. I dont own a Benchmade or spyderco yet, but I've tested them out at knives store and you can definitely feel the quality when you hold them.

However, for me, i like to own lots of different type of knife.. Even the cheap ones from Mtech or some Chinese made knives and to be frank, they all cut my amazon packages like butter.

It's hard for me to bite on a $90 knife because I would rather have 2-3 others.. But one day, I will own one... As soon as my Benchmade alert goes off..
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Quote from madmoney2323 View Post :
I would advise buying a $90 benchmade. they have slightly cheaper as well but they are much nicer and higher quality knives.

I've bought cheap Kershaw and Gerber knives before. None of them come sharp out of box and they are all of cheap alloy.
I have a benchmade as well as a spyderco, and still love to carry my kershaw leek more than those two for its slim profile. kershaws definitely fit thr bill of an edc knife
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Quote from madmoney2323 View Post :
I would advise buying a $90 benchmade. they have slightly cheaper as well but they are much nicer and higher quality knives.

I've bought cheap Kershaw and Gerber knives before. None of them come sharp out of box and they are all of cheap alloy.
WHAT?! You drive a Ford? I advise buying a Mercedes. They are much nicer and only roughly 5 times the price. Get a grip man. Horrible "advice"
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