Posted May 15, 2013 by Nick
A good flashlight is an invaluable tool, especially when you happen to have it with you at all times. With some of these new NITECORE designs, you’d be in the minority if you didn’t carry it with you everywhere you went. NITECORE is among the cutting edge brands when it comes to compact and tactical flashlights putting out crazy high lumens. Some would even argue they are the industry leader in that category and for good reason. The new Tiny Monster lights are the most compact designs on the market that have a maximum output over 2000 lumens. The Multi-Task series of lights are awesome, general/tactical use lights with all the features you need and are also available as Hybrid models that come with a USB charging cable and rechargeable batteries from the manufacturer. The Explorer and SENS series are EDC lights meant to be with you wherever you go and the Precise P25 model is among the best all-round lights on the market. You really can’t beat a good flashlight, check out the entire line of NITECORE products at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted April 25, 2013 by Nick
The Mantis Vuja De is finally here at the KnifeCenter and what a cool knife this is! The butterfly karambit – many people thought it couldn’t be done but the genius behind Mantis and QTRM5TR Knives, Jared West, has pulled it off and executed it well. It features a very cool and effective button that locks the knife in both the open and closed positions. It’s not really designed for practicing your flipping tricks as the lock automatically engages when the knife becomes completely open. It could flip smoother, like a Benchmade 51 or 62, and it could be a little sharper like an Emerson Karambit but it really is nothing like those other knives. It’s in a class all its own with a 2″ M-VX steel hawkbill blade and 7″ overall profile including the rear finger hole so you’ll never have the problem of guessing which one the safety handle is again. Karambits are tactical, defense specific tools and the Vuja De by Mantis Knives is no different, plus it has the cool added feature of being a Bali-Song flipper. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted April 9, 2013 by Andy Feliciotti
Case Knives and Carhartt were both founded in 1889 but have just now begun a collaborative effort to bring you some very high quality hard use traditional knives. For those who are unfamiliar with Carhartt, they started out making specialized workers clothes and are currently branching out to knives with this collaboration. With 22 different models spanning three series there is something sure to impress any Case or Carhartt fan. The three lines introduced include models with genuine dark molasses bone, rugged “duck” g-10, and jigged double-dyed synthetic handles. You can see the entire Case Carhartt series at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted April 8, 2013 by Daniel
From the Hubertus factory in Solingen come traditional yet uniquely different styles of German knives. The handcrafted knives are all geared towards hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, featuring rugged stag handles and blades of high quality German made stainless or carbon steel. Leather sheaths with secure belt loops are included with both the fixed and folding knives, protecting and securing the blade during outings. Hubertus is a family run business that has been making knives since 1930 in the old world style and we’ve brought over some models we think you’ll find as cool as we do. Check out all the new Hubertus Knives at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted March 28, 2013 by Howard
We are constantly trying to improve our service to our customers as well as our bottom line as a business. Last year we began offering First Class mail as a domestic shipping option and it has been working out wonderfully. We are able to ship small packages at a rate of about $2.99 each. We switched to Mail Innovations recently which is a similar service cost wise, but it took a few extra days to arrive at the customer. The upside was that our processing time dropped incredibly and we could push many more packages through the system more quickly. The slowness of the delivery, though, has been causing our customers to complain and so we are now back on First Class Mail for most small domestic packages. We are also shipping First Class to Canada! This is a great service allowing track-able shipping at a really great rate. Soon, we will be able to use this service to over a dozen other countries.
We are just trying to offer the very best service possible to our customers. As many of you know- we have the best service in the industry!
Posted November 21, 2012 by Howard
We wish all of the American public a happy Thanksgiving and everyone a great holiday season!
The KnifeCenter will be sending out some really great email deals with thousands of discounted products. Sign up now, if you haven’t already. We’ll be closed on Thanksgiving day so that our employees can enjoy the day with their families, but the emails will go out and you can order from your computer as much as you like- we encourage it!
We love our industry, business, customers and products. This time of year is really busy, but we will all work as hard as it takes to get your packages to you safely and on time. We will ship packages out as you request through the Saturday before Christmas and we’ll be back at work the day after Christmas. Keep checking in with us for new specials and bargains for you and your family and friends and please, stay safe this season and remember: life is short and you can’t have too many knives!
Posted November 16, 2012 by Nick
’tis the season for savings and here are some of the best deals of the year from one of our favorite manufacturers. 26 newly discontinued Spydercos are on sale at close out prices while their supplies last. It’s your time to save some cash on a wide variety of excellent designs that we will be sad to see go. Check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted October 31, 2012 by Howard
To our fellow citizens:
We realize that the storm has left a large area of the country devastated and our hearts go out to everyone who is suffering from its effects. We were lucky in the Washington, DC region to have largely escaped the brunt of this storm’s incredible force, although we did experience a lot of wind damage and closures earlier this week. One of the results of this storm is the interruption in the shipping of packages throughout the Northeast as well as other parts of the country, since the systems are very interconnected. We are working with UPS and FedEx to catch up on our incoming as well as outgoing shipments. Everything should be caught up within a few days. We know that Americans all pull together in times of crisis and we all need to be understanding as the shipping companies get back on track. Thank you for your continued support. To find out how to help after the storm, please see the CNN page HERE.
Posted October 26, 2012 by Nick
Just released for 2012 and now available at the KnifeCenter are the three limited edition Kershaw Blurs. These include two DLC coated models with a Purple or Green spider web pattern handle and a Carbon Fiber model with a beautiful stonewashed finish. The 154CM steel blades come razor sharp and fly open with just the slightest pressure to the tapered thumbstuds. Light jimping on the spine and frame, paired with an ergonomically curved handle make this knife extremely comfortable to use for extended cutting tasks. Limited production of 700 Pieces for the Green, 550 pieces for the Purple, and 850 pieces for the Carbon Fiber – get these highly collectible and ultra cool designs before they’re all gone. Available at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted October 18, 2012 by Nick
The first folding knife models from Maxpedition are now available at the KnifeCenter and what a good design these blades are. The ergonomic FRN handle is available in khaki, olive drab, or the standard black and it comes with a non-movable black pocket clip. You’ve got the option to use the ambidextrous thumb studs or flipper to open the blade, both work equally well with modest finger pressure. The drop point blades are all 3-1/4″, black coated, and come with nice jimping on the pronounced thumb ramp for precise, controlled cutting. This is a knife you can count on not to fall apart when you need it and it can be found at www.knifecenter.com.
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