RatKnives ESEE Junglas Machetes

RatKnives ESEE Junglas Machetes
RatKnives ESEE Junglas Machetes
RatKnives is one of our favorite companies. Their new name is ESEE and their products are strong and well designed. We’ve been waiting for these new Junglas machetes since RAT Knives – now ESEE – announced them in January. They’re beautiful and everyone should have one.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Benchmade Has Released The Killian Combat Tomahawk

Benchmade Killian Design Combat Tomahawk
Benchmade Has Released The Killian Combat Tomahawk
It’s been a while since Benchmade had a tomahawk, and this Killian Tomahawk is worth the wait. They are full size tools with a real heft and a pry bar/ nail puller at the handle’s end. The blade grind is convex – called an “apple seed” grind and this should help the edge stay sharp longer. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Just In- Chris Reeve’s Latest Creation- Nyala Classic Skinner

Chris Reeve Knives Nyala Classic Skinner
Chris Reeve Knives Nyala Classic Skinner
Chris Reeve is the world’s most extreme perfectionist and his knives show it. Every product that leaves his workshop is designed and produced to perfection. When he creates a new knife, it’s big news and everyone who knows knives takes notice. This one is a beauty. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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CASE Knives Cigar Whittlers

CASE Knives Cigar Whittlers
CASE Knives Cigar Whittlers
Case Knives constantly expands their offerings. The Cigar Whittler is a limited run and will be a prized collector’s piece.
The big Whittler has been one of the most prized of all Case knives for decades. The Cigar Whittler is a splitback style with a heavy Master Blade supported by two back springs on one end, and Spey and Pen Blades on the other. This production run is limited to just 500 Cigars, 250 in the classic Jigged Chestnut Bone pattern, 150 in Genuine Stag and the final 100 knives in Abalone, all featuring Case XX laser embossing on the nickel silver bolster.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com

Case Classics Vintage Pattern Series

Case Classics Vintage Pattern Series
Case Classics Vintage Pattern Series
Case Knives is a vintage American knife company. Case has been making these classic knife patterns since they were not classic—in other words since they were fresh new patterns. Who else would you turn to for a beautiful old pattern than the people who have kept those old patterns—and materials—alive all these years?
You can see these great knives at www.knifecenter.com
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Decor Craft Light My Fire Spork – Spoon, Fork, Knife Combo

Light My Fire Spork
Decor Craft Light My Fire Spork – Spoon, Fork, Knife Combo
The Spork may be the laughingstock of the silverware drawer, but it is a great tool for campers, hikers, students, and even office workers. Unlike the cheap flimsy fast food and fairground sporks that break at the first sign of resistance, these Swedish made polymer sporks are ready for whatever life “dishes out”. Trust us on this; we use the spork for our lunches here at the KnifeCenter.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
They are sold in a set of four in four different colors

Out of the Woods of Oregon Bread Bagel Slicer, Alder

Out of the Woods of Oregon Bread & Bagel Slicer, Alder
Out of the Woods of Oregon Bread & Bagel Slicer, Alder
This is, quite simply the easiest using—and most attractive looking—bread knife that we offer for sale. Built in Oregon from native grown Red Alder wood and a blade guaranteed to cut 300,000 slices before it needs sharpening. It is designed not just to cut bread, but to cut it right…as thin as you want it, without crushing it in the process! You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
You can list all KnifeCenter bread knives here

Boker German made Camp Knife

Boker German made Camp Knife
Boker German made Camp Knife
Boker Knives created quite a stir last year with their re-introduction of the classic Solingen, German made camp knife. Since the limited run anniversary model was so successful, they have begun introducing in-line models, first in stag and now in oak handles. This is a beautiful knife, either as an heirloom or an everyday tool.
You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker German Classics at Great Prices

Boker German Classics at Great Prices
Boker German Classics at Great Prices
Traditional multi-blade pocket knives made in Solingen, Germany are as good as it gets in the world. The only way to improve on this is to get them at a great price, which is just what we have done for you. We have several different handle materials and patterns available at great prices.

Boker Mother of Pearl Gentlemans Pocketknife

Boker Mother of Pearl Gentlemans Pocketknife
Boker Mother of Pearl Gentlemans Pocketknife
Boker Knives of Solingen, Germany makes great classic pocketknives. There is probably no more classic a look for a gentleman’s folding knife than a mother of pearl handled pen knife. Pair that look with the quality you only get in a Solingen, Germany made Boker, and you have a knife that you will pass on to your grandkids. The one nod to the modern world is the stainless steel blades, ensuring that your grandkids won’t inherit a rusty knife!
Sometimes the best things come in small packages. This handsome pen knife is a case in point with its stainless steel blades and mother-of-pearl handles. Closed length: 2 3/4″. Made in Solingen, Germany.