Posted February 20, 2009 by Howard
Case Genuine Mother-of-Pearl Eisenhower
We always like CASE Mother-of-Pearl knives here at the KnifeCenter. We have lots of Pearl Handle knives, but Case does as good a job as anyone. They do a great job with the material and the presentation is also nice with jewelry boxes for each one. Their latest pearl knives have the laser etched band on the bolster stating “Case XX” and that is a great touch.
This knife is exceptional. The Eisenhower model is a great knife and we don’t see it enough.
Here is the CASE information on it: Full Story
Posted February 10, 2009 by Howard
CASE Knives Wharncliffe Trapper Series 2009
A similar series was released several years ago and was very popular. This re-release is beautifully done with this unusual model of two bladed trapper with the one blade being a wharncliffe. We like them a lot! Five colors of bone handle and three sizes of trapper in each. These are very collectible.
Posted February 9, 2009 by Howard
CASE White Burnt Barnboard Handles
CASE is always coming up with new handle materials- or at least a new color or jigging pattern on an old material. These are bone but have the “barnboard” jigging and the color is burnt white. They are good looking knives!
Posted December 16, 2008 by Daniel
CASE Trapperlock Folders
CASE is always coming out with new handle varieties. They also, occasionally, come up with new models. These Trapperlocks combine some traditional features with modern. They have the “trapper” shape and handle configuration. Then they added a thumb stud for easy opening and a liner locking system for security when open! Really, these are great, every-day-carry knives. They have that Case look and feel and quality and all the features we have come to enjoy with more modern knives. They have released them with three handle materials: a yellow handle with carbon steel (non-stainless) blade, and red bone and stag bone with stainless blades. So, whether you are a stainless fan or are a proponent of the carbon steel blade with it’s easy-to-sharpen qualities, they have produced a Trapperlock for you!
Here is the CASE information about this model:
CASE is proud to introduce the Trapperlock. This pattern ‘54L is born from the legendary Trapper, perhaps the most popular knife in the company’s 119 year history. Completely reengineered, incorporating the one hand opening performance so many desire. The saber-concave ground Clip blade pivots on a special bushing, making the action of the Trapperlock smooth as silk. The engraved thumb stud’s fixed by a torque screw for better control. And, of course, there’s the added confidence of a liner lock. The Trapperlock- a new legend unfolds.
Posted July 2, 2008 by Howard
Case Sway Back Jack Knives Tony Bose Designed Folders
Tony Bose has designed folders for Case for years. These are called “Sway Back Jacks” and are extraordinary.
Here is Case‘s information:
The Sway Back Jack is a design collaboration and Case Pattern with award-winning custom knife maker Tony Bose. Inspired by English Jack knives from the 19th century, the Sway Back Jack may just be the perfect gentleman’s knife, as well as the perfect ladies’ knife for the 21st century. The elegant curve of the handle, the Wharncliffe blade with Dramatic swedge and pen blade with extension spring-the features are classic Tony Bose, and the style classic Case.
Posted April 22, 2008 by Howard
Case Tested XX Slimline Trapper 2008 Shot Show Exclusive
Limited availability on this trapper with a special handle design. Only 251 pieces were made and, when wes ell through ours, there will be no more available. So, if you like Case knives, are a collector or want to be a collector, grab one!
Posted April 2, 2008 by Howard
Case New Boy Scouts of America Jr. Scout
A beautiful new offering the Scouting selection of Case knives. The Junior Scout Model features the exclusive Boy Scout stamp as well as very useful blades and tools
Here is Case’s description: Full Story
Posted March 11, 2008 by Howard
Case Knives Giraffe Pattern Folders
Case has several bone handled series with animal patterns in the bone. We have Zebra, Leopard and Bengal Tiger and now Giraffe. Our favorite is this new Giraffe. It really looks wild and the pattern it not just on the surface but is etched into the bone.
Here is Case’s information: Full Story
Posted March 6, 2008 by Howard
Case Knives Long Tail C Series
This Long Tail C shield is a classic and will, in our opinion, be a regular in the Case line for many years. This is the first selection with this shield, but we like the looks of it. Full Story
Posted March 6, 2008 by Howard
Case Knives Pocket Worn in Bermuda Green
This beautiful green color is a great addition to the Pocket Worn line. The Pocket Worn series has been a staple of the Case line for years. They have a little extra polishing and rounding making them just a bit easier to carry and more comfortable to use.
Here’s what Case has to say about them: Full Story