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Add-On Item: Kershaw 1995X Identity Clam Folding Knife EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has (as an "Add-On" item), Kershaw 1995X Identity Clam Folding Knife on sale for $5.55. Shipping is free with the $25 minimum that is required to purchase this Add-on item. Thanks benchic
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Looks like this is cheaper than a previous front page deal for it that was $7.8. Also lowest according to CCC.

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To be fair, I handle a locking knife much differently than I handle a slipjoint. Think about if your blade got stuck in something, and you had to put a lot of force into pulling it out. You could slice your knuckles to shreds with a failed lock. You'd take a different approach by default with a slipjoint.
That being said, I love knife deals, and Kershaw is great if you have a small budget, but I find knives this cheap scary. How much did it actually cost to produce if they can sell it for this price and make a profit?
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Looking at the reviews, sounds scary!
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Freegin add ons.
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That's how they get you to spend lol
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Looking at the reviews, sounds scary!
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Looking at the reviews, sounds scary!
I cringe at the thought of a lock not working.
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I cringe at the thought of a lock not working.
Yeah the millions of people who use slip joint knives cut themselves all the time.
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Yeah the millions of people who use slip joint knives cut themselves all the time.
To be fair, I handle a locking knife much differently than I handle a slipjoint. Think about if your blade got stuck in something, and you had to put a lot of force into pulling it out. You could slice your knuckles to shreds with a failed lock. You'd take a different approach by default with a slipjoint.
That being said, I love knife deals, and Kershaw is great if you have a small budget, but I find knives this cheap scary. How much did it actually cost to produce if they can sell it for this price and make a profit?
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To be fair, I handle a locking knife much differently than I handle a slipjoint. Think about if your blade got stuck in something, and you had to put a lot of force into pulling it out. You could slice your knuckles to shreds with a failed lock. You'd take a different approach by default with a slipjoint.
That being said, I love knife deals, and Kershaw is great if you have a small budget, but I find knives this cheap scary. How much did it actually cost to produce if they can sell it for this price and make a profit?
In for 2 maybe they are selling them at a loss
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I cringe at the thought of a lock not working.
I cut my middle finger at the last knuckle in half when I was 10 using a knife that didn't lock. Luckily I didn't cut the tendon.
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Looks like it's dead, $29.21 now.,
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This knife looks super cheap.
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I got this last time it was available around this price. I have a lot of these kershaw cheap Chinese steel knives, as well as a lot of nicer kershaw, spyderco and zero tolerance etc. This one really didn't impress me, felt more like a gas station knife. It was too heavy/clunky even for the cheap kershaws, of which they actually make many great cheap knives. It stays in my truck as backup if I somehow have nothing to cut with.
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They are 💩
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