Posted February 3, 2012 by Howard
Spyderco Jester – The Return of a Great Knife
Spyderco Knives released the Jester many years ago and we loved it then! It’s a small key ring type folder without a pocket clip featuring a mid-back lock. The original had a plastic handle, but this re-release features a gray color G10 handle. This is a limited release called a “sprint run” and so they will be sold out soon. Grab one if you like them. They make about the best key ring knife made anywhere.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Here is more information from Spyderco Knives: Full Story
Posted February 2, 2012 by Howard
DPx Gear HEST II Fixed Blades Woodsman and Assault
DPx Gear and Robert Pelton have released great products over the last year or so. This year promises many more. These first 2 items for 2012 are short-run fixed blade versions of the Hostile Environment Survival Tool (HEST) II fixed blades. One is for the outdoors in general, the woodsman, and the other is black coated for stealth combat use. The handles are removable with storage in them. They are awesome knives and have the DPx signature features, the notch for dealing with hot things around a camp fire, the pointed end of the handle and the wrench cutout.
You can see these new knives at www.knifecenter.com
Here is more info from DPx HEST: Full Story
Posted January 27, 2012 by Nick
Benchmade is one of the foremost and innovative knife companies in the industry today. Their classic and wide variety of designs appeal to every type of knife user and collector. They have some great, new items coming out this year and here is your opportunity to see them and to pre-order them so that, when they are shipping, you will be early in line to get them!The different classes of knives they offer make it easy for anyone to find the right knife in their price range to fit their need. Top quality components, superior manufacturing tolerances, and knives from some of the leading designers in the industry all make Benchmade a household name in the knife community. Benchmade employs a simple philosophy- “Make it cool, make it solid, make it happen and definitely make it Benchmade.” You can see these new items at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted January 23, 2012 by Nick
Spyderco has partnered with the National Law Enforcement Officer Museum Foundation on this commemorative knife for a great cause. The Delica is one of Spyderco’s flagship knives and a portion of the proceeds for this model will be donated to the museum project. The Full Flat Ground Delica4 was introduced in 2010 and has become and instant hit in the knife community. The thinner blade profile is an absolute breeze to carry at only 2.4 oz. and it slices through coarse material with less drag than a traditional hollow grind. Now you can get this awesome blade in addition to assisting a good cause with the Spyderco NLEOMF Delica4. You can see this at www.knifecenter.com. Full Story
Posted January 5, 2012 by kevin
Just in today from Iain Sinclair, it’s the new, improved CardSharp2! Featuring a 2.6″ surgical steel blade, this knife starts out at the size of an ordinary credit card, yet it forms its own sheath through some very cool high-tech origami.
Here’s the rest of the info: Full Story
Posted December 28, 2011 by Howard
Rick Hinderer Model from Zero Tolerance
Zero Tolerance produces some fine knives. They are all American made and are an extraordinary sample of American high quality manufacturing and design. This new model, the ZT0550, is one of their finest. It is a full size folder with a frame lock system. The blade is an aggressive shape using the newer style triabngle style with a wide base. The blade material is the top quality S35VN that a lot of custom makers use. There are four positions for the pocket clip. That frame lock is a massive system. The back side of the handle is titanium and the locking section of the handle folds over to lock the blade open. It’s really secure.
Here is more info from Kershaw, the makers of all Zero Tolerance: Full Story
Posted November 11, 2011 by kevin
Queen Cutlery has introduced an exciting new line of Gentlemen’s folders with beautiful Damascus steel blades-a first for Queen! These limited-edition knives are the first folding knives from designer Justin Gingrich, and are individually serial numbered and signed by Justin. These folders also mark the first collaboration between Ranger Knives and Queen Cutlery.
Queen Ranger Gentlemen’s folders are handcrafted in the USA with gorgeous, razor-sharp Damascus steel blades, and are available with abalone, pearl, stag, or bone handles. Easily opened with a flick of the thumb stud, the blade is secured in the “open” position with a liner lock. Perfect for collectors, these knives are limited to just 500 pieces each. Includes certificate of authenticity. Queen also offers a handsome wood/glass display case, sold separately. Check out these exciting new knives at www.knifecenter.com!
Here’s the word from Queen Cutlery:
Posted November 7, 2011 by kevin
Just in from Victorinox Swiss Army, we’re thrilled to announce the new 2011 Damascus Limited Edition Climber! Featuring a meticulously crafted Damascus steel main blade, this beauty of a knife is a must have for the Swiss Army Knife collector!
The Limited Edition Climber also features an array of other tools, including a small blade, corkscrew, cap lifter, flat head screwdriver, tweezers, toothpick, and scissors, among others. This knife comes in a window display giftbox, and is individually serial numbered-they’re restricted to just 100 pieces available for sale in the United States. These might not last long, so grab one today at www.knifecenter.com!
More from Victorinox Swiss Army: Full Story
Posted November 2, 2011 by kevin
When we heard that Zero Tolerance was going to be offering their awesome 0350 in ZDP-189 steel, we were blown away. Then, they announced a composite version with an S30V spine and a ZDP-189 cutting edge, and blew us away again.
Offered in a satin finish, these gorgeous knives allow the user to clearly view the delineation between the two steels. ZDP-189 is one of the highest-performing stainless steels in the knife industry today, prized for its hardness and edge retention capabilities-and results in a WICKEDLY sharp knife (as my index finger discovered while writing this blog entry).
Designed by Ken Onion and manufactured in the USA, the composite 0350s offer the patented SpeedSafe® assisted opener, allowing smooth one-handed opening. These knives sport textured G-10 handles an adjustable quad-carry pocket clip. They’re available in both plain and partially-serrated edges. Individually numbered, these limited-edition knives are going fast, so pick one up (carefully!) at www.knifecenter.com!
Here’s the word from Zero Tolerance:
Posted September 29, 2011 by Howard
Spyderco Delica and Endura with Bright Orange Handles
Spyderco Knives has offered these flat ground blade Endura and Delica models for a while, but these are the first with the vivid orange handles. Why have it orange? So you don’t lose them! The most common way of losing a pocketknife is to use and and then set it down (rule #1- don’t do that! put it back in your pocket!) With this bright color, you are more likely to see it in the corner of your eye before you leave it where you used it. This color is so bright, you will always know where it is. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Here is Spyderco’s explanation of the flat ground series. Full Story