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|05-23-2013 02:44 PM|
The Kershaw Piston is a little cheaper than I paid at BladeHQ. I love the knife. The length is probably a little longer than needed for EDC, but I don't care.
P.S. Kershaw makes a lot of Chinese blades. I'd say most of them are from China. I'll probably pick up a Skyline and that's about it. That Ken Onion stuff doesn't do it for me.
|03-18-2013 10:11 PM|
Reviving this thread with an updated wiki with MORE knife deals. People seem to really like the Kershaw Cryo deal, so I just want to point out that there is so much more deal here to be had!
Myself, well I just ordered the Kershaw Zing Stainless Steel and Kershaw Cryo for $44.43 before tax!
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|03-10-2013 01:04 AM|
If you don't mind a blemished knife (usually very small mark, yet still fully functional without warranty), then check out KershawGuy:
He's well known with Kershaw and gets blemished knives from the factory in Oregon. I got a blacked out Blur for $35 shipped. *EDIT* Not blacked out... that's another model (I need sleep...). I got the 1670BLK and love it.
As far as new knives with warranty, OP's deal seems pretty good.
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|03-08-2013 10:29 AM|
Sold for $60.78! Thanks for the reply, I do appreciate quality especially when it comes to my self defense.
|03-08-2013 09:46 AM|
This would be a great choice, personally my first for a smaller knife. Note, I say smaller, not small. It does not say it in the description, but the knife is ,4" long (closed), with a 3" super sharp and very hard blade, blade and weights only 3 ounces! It will run you $60 after the ten off, but it is coming with S30V steel. Had I known the difference when I got mine, I would have paid the extra $20-30. Below are two reasons to buy this knife, which I find it hard to dispute.
"First, the grip is fantastic. It feels rough in a good way, like the knife isn't going to somehow slip out of your hand. If you run your finger along the grip, you'll see that the knife has such an easily gripped texture that it actually exfoliates the skin on your fingers. This is a good thing because it means you aren't going to somehow slip and cut yourself like you might with a non-textured grip. Even if your hand is sweaty or wet, I don't see this knife slipping. I don't think I'd ever like to go back to knives with wood or metal handles; they simply don't provide enough "hold" on the knife. This grip makes the knife a lot safer and easier to use. It's used on several other Kershaw knives, including the RAM, Blur, and Skyline. On this knife the entire handle (or more specifically the two outer sides, the top and bottom are smooth) is the G10 material, whereas on some other designs there are only patches of G10.
Second, the blade steel is one of the premium steels, s30v. This type of steel retains its edge longer than the steel used in the other Leek knives, 14c28n. It's one of the better steels out right now in production knives, and it's the main reason this knife costs around $30 more than the other Leeks. This steel has good wear resistance and corrosion resistance properties. It's a fantastic steel that if cared for properly should last a long time. It will take a very sharp edge and is not as hard to sharpen as some of the other "extremely wear resistant" steels like zdp-189 or s90v. This steel, s30V, is considered one of the best all-around premium steels in production knives. If you're really particular about what you use your knife for, then you should read up on different blade steels. After doing my research I decided that s30v was a better choice than the Sandvik steel that's typically used in the Leek knives"
|03-07-2013 08:48 PM|
|deltad||Sucks... I have to pay $5 in tax.... Pass|
|03-07-2013 08:06 PM|
|fiehager||great knives! Good present for my brother|
|03-07-2013 08:00 PM|
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