If you are looking for a good old fashion American made knife, a Case 125th Anniversary Smooth Olive Green Bone knife is just what your looking for. With eight traditional patterns to choose from anyone can find what they need in a size right for them. Each one is engraved with the anniversary logo on the handle and a celebratory stamp on the main blade’s tang, marking Case’s lifetime of achievements in American hand-crafting. See all eight right here at www.knifecenter.com.
We went to the BLADE Show a couple weekends ago and picked up some amazing one-of-a-kind pieces. We were able to forge relationships with a number of new custom and mid-tech designers with some of the best products and reputations in the industry. From Mikkel Willumsen, David Curtiss, and Butch Ball, to Tim Britton, Anthony Griffin, and Duane Dwyer of Strider Knives, we’ve got some special pieces in here now and hopefully more to come. Most of these are one-off pieces but if you would like a specific model in a special configuration, please contact us via customer service support and we will get into contact with you to hash out the details. We’re very excited to bring these custom pieces to you, hope you are as well. Stay sharp! www.knifecenter.com
Two great products for one great price! Check out this sweet combo pack from Leatherman-it includes a limited-edition orange Fuse multi-tool, and an awesome LED Lenser H5 headlamp. Perfect for camping, survival, or just when the power goes out, this set provides all the tools you need, and the light you need to use them.
The Fuse weighs in at just over 6 ounces, but is bristling with all the tools you could want-a 420HC main blade, needlenose pliers, wire cutters, Phillips and flat head screwdrivers, scissors, bottle opener, and more! Includes a nylon sheath.
The set also includes the LED Lenser H5 headlamp, which pumps out 25 lumens and uses advanced optics to allow you to focus the light-you can create a circular low beam for reading at night, or a bright beam to pierce the darkness at a distance. Joggers may appreciate the red backlight for extra visibility. 3 AAA batteries included.
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Just in from across the pond, we’re thrilled to announce the arrival of new Chris Caine Survival Tools from Scorpion! These incredible tools have handles sculpted from colored G-10, renowned for its toughness, light weight, and ability to resist abrasion, water, and chemicals. Available with red or orange handles, you won’t find these anywhere else-they’re exclusively at the KnifeCenter.
Designed by survival expert Chris Caine, who’s got more than two dozen years of experience surviving in the English countryside, these awesome tools are handcrafted from start to finish. Intended mainly for chopping, most of the weight is situated in the forward part of the blade, which makes quick work of processing firewood. They have a convex grind, ideal for toughness and edge retention and the entire blade is razor sharp so everything from batoning kindling to stripping off bark is easy work. Pick up a Survival Tool or the smaller Companion model today to take into the wilderness with you tomorrow-it’s the last camp knife you’ll ever need! Remember, the only place you can find these is at www.knifecenter.com!
Batten down the hatches-the perfect storm of Mantis Knives design, brilliant Damascus steel, and KnifeCenter bling have come together to form the awesome Mantis Civilianaire with exclusive KnifeCenter logo-personally machined by Mantis owner Jared West. These coin-sized knives sport 0.75″ stainless Damascus steel hawkbill blades; great for opening boxes, letters, or just showing off to your friends! Limited to just 250 pieces, these made-in-the-USA beauties are truly gems. Pick yours up today exclusively at www.knifecenter.com!
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Case Tony Bose Chestnut Bone Coffin Jack
Case Knives has featured Tony Bose collaborations for years. This new series have are a ‘coffin jack” style with a distinctive shape to the handle and two blades. So far, the chestnut color bone handle model has arrived. They are limited to 300 pieces worldwide and very collectible. You can see this new series at www.knifecenter.com and the chestnut bone model here
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Boker 2011 Annual Damascus Collectors Folding Knife
Boker Knives is a company that does a lot of things and does a lot of them right. Their damascus knives are world class collectibles that the KnifeCenter has featured them since the mid 1990′s and we have collectors around the world ordering them in. This 2011 annual folding knife issue is outstanding. It features a thick liner, raindrop style damascus blade and gorgeous desert ironwood handle. This is a timeless beauty.
You can see them (while they last) at www.knifecenter.com
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The Gerber Command II was a well received combat knife first manufactured in 1981. With a design based on the Mark II, the Command II featured a single edge as opposed to the Mark II‘s double edge, and serrations only at the tip of the unsharpened edge. This allowed the Command II to get around laws against double edged knives, which prohibited the Mark II.
To celebrate the upcoming anniversary of this popular knife, Gerber has chosen to issue a 30th anniversary version of the Command II made with S30V steel. The knife comes with a leather sheath, a wooden display case, and a certificate of authenticity. This is a limited edition knife, with only 1500 being made, so get yours today!
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For 2010 Victorinox Swiss Army Brands is celebrating being “Your Companion for Life, On the Road“. We are celebrating with them by offering these limited edition versions of popular Swiss Army Knife models. Our favorite is the soft touch coated black Climber, but check out the SwissTool Spirit and the One-Hand Master too!
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