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. Continue Reading
Buck and TOPS CSAR-T Full Line of Tactical Knives
The Buck and Tops collaboration has been one of the most exciting new knives we saw last year. It is all “beef” with a super strong blade and handle configuration. This year, 2011, Buck is offering an enlarged selaction for this series. Included is an economy model, a rescue model, and a fixed blade. We think these will really be big news
Here is the description from our site and from TOPS for the original model: Continue Reading
Ka-Bar Dozier Designed PHAT BOB liner Lock
Ka-Bar has produced a number of Bob Dozier designed folding pocketknives for years now. The designs are amazing with wide, heavy blades and comfortable handles. This new model has a Micarta handle and a feel that is really special. It really seems like a tool ready for work. It fits perfectly in the hand with some jimping on top of the handle for your thumb. The grip is solid and sure. The drop point blade design has great geometry for cutting, chopping or whatever.
You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the Ka-Bar description and SPECS: Continue Reading
As part of Spyderco‘s limited 2010 releases, they are offering the Delica and Endura models with flat ground blades and vibrantly colored handles. These are a limited run. We have our imitial shipment in but they may fly out fast!
The blades are full flat-ground VG-10 with a thinner highly refined cutting edge and a larger 13mm opening hole. Added to the blade’s spine is slip resistant jimping. Phosphor bronze washers smooth out the open/close action and the clip is upgraded to a four-way tip-up, tip-down, left- or right-handed clip.
This series is collectible as well as useful as work knives, combat tactical folders, every day carry knives and more. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Seber Knife Ratchet Locking Blade Folder
These are good knives. You can see them at http://www.knifecenter.com/kc_new/store_store.html?ttl=Sebertech%20Knivess&srch=eqCATE%20CODEdatarq%3Dsb%26eqWWWCAT_1datarq%3Dfolder. They ratchet as they open and as they close and lock in any of the positions along the way. The locking feature can really come in handy for a variety of cutting chores. For instance, opening it about 1/4 way, you can more easily clip it over a small tree branch and revolve it around to cut it.
Here is some information from SEBER: Continue Reading