Twice a month we pull together some of the best outdoor and survival knives and tools so you can update your outdoor pack or emergency kit. Basically, we’re doing the work so you can spend less time shopping and more time adventuring. This week we have a cool variety of items that range from folding steak knives to knife bracelets. Intrigued? Check out the items below and follow the links to fill your cart with some mid-summer camping essentials.
Boker Magnum Outdoor Cuisine III Folder
Looking forward to an upcoming camping trip? Are you a survival enthusiast or bushcrafter who wants to pack light? The Magnum Cuisine III is a kitchen knife designed for the great outdoors that will cut through freshly grilled game with ease. The broad 440C Japanese Nakiri-style blade is perfect for slicing through both tough meat and delicate veggies, and the Rosewood scales feel as good as they look.
You can not beat the price and the functionality behind these Schrade Utility Liner Lock Folders. These knives are lightweight but strong enough to get the job done. They’re excellent designs and there is sure to be a model that catches your eye and fits your needs well. Give them a try, you will not be disappointed – excellent quality for the price. See them all at www.knifecenter.com.
The Schrade Uncle Henry Elk Hunter and Skinner are great for all your outdoor needs. With blades made from 7Cr17MoV high carbon stainless steel, they have excellent corrosion resistance and will take a very fine edge. The handles are made of Staglon, which is a plastic-like material with the visual appearance of stag. They both come with premium brown leather belt sheaths and either one would make a great first hunting knife. See more information at www.knifecenter.com.
The Schrade 601Ti is one of the best knives they manufacture, and it’s not just because of the materials. D2 tool steel and Titanium handle scales with a solid frame lock are not Schrade’s norm, but this knife is something special. It’s got a great feeling in the hand, really just locks itself in, just from the handle shape alone. The radian recurved blade is angled for serious effectiveness in pull cuts and will hold an edge extremely well. Schrade seems to have taken a page out of Emerson’s playbook and used a Phillips screw for the pivot, which makes it very easy to adjust away from you torx screw set. We at KnifeCenter are extremely excited about this knife, it provides an excellent value in terms of it’s price and doesn’t sacrifice anything in terms of design or function. You can find them at www.knifecenter.com
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Schrade La Cuisine 7 Piece Clear Acrylic Kitchen Block Set
Schrade releases one of the all-time great deals on a kitchen block sets! This, Schrade La Cuisine set is at one of the lowest prices we have seen on a decent quality set and it has a great plexiglass block. We sell a lot of sets with plexiglass blocks because they just make sense. You can actually see what knife it is that your drawing out of the block before you pull it out! $46.95 is a pretty good price on this set. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Schrade 3.25″ Titanium Rescue Multifunctional Pry Tool
Extremely lightweight, this useful tool comes with a variety of gadgets built in. It has the pry/nail puller, bottle opener, cord cutter, wrench opening for a variety of sizes and comes with a Nylon lanyard already attached. These key ring tools are great! See them at www.knifecenter.com
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New Schrade Extreme Survival Neck Knives!
A really great deal on a simple, but useful neck knife. The Extreme Survival Neck Knife is similar to the popular ESSE (RAT Cutlery) Izula, but less expensive, so you can afford to beat it up or keep it as back up. It features either a simple polycarbonate sheath, or a polycarbonate knuckle guard sheath with an LED light, and is a great deal in either variation at only $18.95.
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Schrade STF1 Flashlight– Bright and Really Inexpensive
Schrade did a good job with this light. First, it’s only $32.95. The Schrade STF1 LED Light is solidly built, takes 2 standard AA batteries and has a great switch. The tail button can be depressed once for a bright light, twice to get a lower power, three times for a strobe and four for a red light and five for green. Then, once it is on, there is a button on the head that also cycles through the various options. This is a great light. It seems as bright as the Olight model OLI20 which is almost twice the price. That light is smaller and is also a great light, however. This Schrade is a good deal!
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