Daily 7/5/15: Kershaw Knives

Kershaw Knives

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Kershaw Knives
Price: $18.99 - 34.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Jul 06 to Tuesday, Jul 07) + transit
Condition: New


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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
6/5/2015 - $12.99 - 39.99 - Click To See Discussion (9 comments)
2/1/2014 - $9.99 - Click To See Discussion (7 comments)

Check out the product page for the Funxion EMT

Question on the 1660CKTST model: the description says it has a serrated blade. The pic obviously doesn’t show a serrated blade.

Which is it?

I think the product images for the first two knives are switched. 1660BLKW should be the plain blade, 1660CKTST is serrated.


Good question. Waking people up to figure it out.

I think you might be right.

UPDATE: Photos are fixed.

Sorry, Woot… a few cents more on the mothership (after woot shipping charges), and next day shipping.

Kudos to Woot for putting the country of origin right on the product page. Several of us asked for that when dealing with knives and they did it this time. Well done!

Knives are tools. Knives are weapons. Knives are art. Knives are equipment. Knives are sharp.

What is the difference between 1660BLKW and 1660CKT? Does Kershaw still offer free lifetime sharping service?

Add the Damascus bladed leek and I’m all over it!!!

I’ve had a Leek in my pocket every day for years. It’s lightweight, ridiculously sharp, and has a great balance between “easy to sharpen” and “holds its edge”. It’s just small enough to keep in a pants pocket without looking happy to see everyone.

FYI: mine was a very good deal for $45 at Wal-Mart, several years ago. This is a great price for a great knife.

And you have a choice to use your thumb to open it slowly and quietly, if you don’t want to open it instantly with the cool “snik” noise and risk scaring people.

Some nits to pick: (1) mine is the smooth blade; sometimes (like cutting rope or branches in the yard) it would be nice to have a part-serrated blade. (2) If you have to press harder than usual (see: non-serrated blade) it can be a little difficult to unlock the blade. (3) the tip safety can get the tiniest bit looser over time and engage itself when you might not want it to (then you can adjust it).

Overall, I would definitely get one again if I lost this one. Otherwise, I don’t expect to ever need another every-day pocket knife. Well, maybe if I won the lottery. Maybe.

I picked up the Cryo a few weeks back. Solid knife, sharp, and holds an edge.

Service only on the US made knives.

Good deal.
I just bought the black Kershaw 1660CKTST Ken Onion Leek Serrated on eBay last week for $40.95 total.