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Deal Of The Day: 35% Off On StatGear Storm Rescue Knife

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Knives can come in handy in all kinds of situations, and definitely not just in self-defence. The StatGear Storm Rescue Knife is a more rugged tool that packs a ton of features.

This isn’t just a knife, it’s a bona fide rescue tool. Slash a seatbelt to get out of a trapped car, slice through lines on a sinking boat, or in calmer times, easily open any package. No matter the adventure, you’re going to want this ultra strong, lightweight, spring-assisted knife to save the day.

– 3.25″ Drop point spring-assisted blade
– Seatbelt cutter
– Window punch
– Pocket clip
– Stainless steel
– Durable & lightweight design
– Liner lock

Best part is how cheap this is, clocking in at $12.99 instead of the usual $20. And as usual, shipping is free.

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A Meteor Knife With A Damascus Steel Blade

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Damascus steel is pretty popular in knife-making these days, due to its unique appearance made by “hammer-welding strips of steel and iron followed by repeated heating and forging”. That’s how it’s done today, although the technique dates back hundreds of years and no one is really sure just how it was made back then. The point is that it’s back in fashion, and it’s fairly common to see it around. What isn’t common however is to see a knife with a Damascus Steel blade… and a meteorite handle. Perceval Meteor Knives are exactly that, with a handle carved straight out of a rock that fell from space, and a blade made right here from common elements. No two are identical, and given their relative rarity, they’re expensive as hell: one will set you back around $5,000. The knives use a type of meteorite known as Muonionalusta meteorite. They don’t do anything special, other than look pretty slick. For people with too much money, it’s a cool toy to have.

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Deal Of The Day: 50% Off On Keramikus Knife Set

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Still looking for Holiday presents? If you’ve got anyone in your entourage who likes to cook, you might want to present them with the Keramikus Knife Set. Aside from looking awesome, it’s packed with great features.

Show those carrots who’s boss. The Keramikus ceramic knives are next-level strong and custom designed and built for a huge range of slicing and dicing. The black ceramic is furnace-hardened to make them incredibly strong and durable to the point that they simply don’t rust or spread any bacteria. That’s one awesome blade, any way you slice it.

– Three different styles: Vegetus, Usubus, Shefus
– Each blade fitted w/ a faceted handle
– Made of material that does not oxidize
– Can be cleaned w/ any detergent
– Looks good in any kitchen w/ minimalist matte black color

Normally you’d have to pay $160 for this high-end set, but after today’s half-off deal, it’s only $79.99.

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The Mother Of All Swiss-Army Tools Is Ancient

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You’re looking at a museum piece. Literally. The thing “was made in Solingen, Germany about 1880 for J. S. Holler & Co.’s cutlery store in New York City. It was used to display the fine craftsmanship available to their customers,” and is now on loan to Cody Firearms Museum up to Fall 2015. It packs 100 “blades”, including “pocket knife blades of every style imaginable, a serrated blade, two dagger blades, several different types of shears and scissors, an auger, a corkscrew, two saws, a lancet, button hook, cigar cutter, tuning fork, pens and mechanical pencils, mirror, straight razor, and a functional .22-caliber five-shot pinfire revolver. The one modern convenience it doesn’t seem to have is a bottle opener, but the bottle cap as we know it wasn’t invented until 1892.” No bottle cap opener? The thing is worthless! No but seriously, that’s one badass tool that not only looks impressive even by today’s standards, but also serves to remind us that Swiss-Army-style multitools have been around for a heck of a long time.

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Black Diamond Knife Block Looks Stylish In A Modern Kitchen

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You have to put your fancy kitchen knife collection somewhere, but why settle for the traditional wooden block you see in almost any kitchen? When trying to design a beautiful home, every little detail matters, and the Black Diamond Knife Block from company Edge of Belgravia is as striking of a knife receptacle as we’ve ever seen. Designed by one Christian Bird, the block fits up to 11 knives, but will look complete with as little as two. Almost any type of knife will be supported, as long as the blade is thinner than 4mm. “Clever use of weighting secures the knives in their blocks, just as slight angling allows for easy extraction.” And for something that looks this expensive, we’re happy to report that it’ll only set you back £89.90 (about $140). Oh, sure, it’s a lot of money for a knife block, we agree. But these designer items usually tend to fetch a few orders of magnitude more than they should.

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What Is This, A Folding Knife For Ants?

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We’re really not sure what you’re going to do with this. But the Spyderco Bug SS Slip Joint Plain Edge Knife is about as small a knife as we’ve ever seen. And it is an actual knife, constructed from 3Cr13 steel with a 1.125-inch cutting edge, but measuring a ridiculous 2.875-inch when open, and 1.625-inch when closed. The blade itself is 1.3-inch long. It has a small lanyard hole through which you can slip a rope, and either carry this as jewelry or attach to another one of your belongings so it doesn’t get lost. We suppose if you foresee having to cut a few boxes, this could be handy to have around. The folding mechanism features a non-locking, slip-joint design that keeps the blade open with resistant pressure at the pivot area when the blade is extended and being used. It’s made by Spyderco, so you know it’s a quality product, and at $12, it’s pretty darn cheap.

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Furtif Knives Look Slick, Last Really Long

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It’s nice when something that looks cool also has equally cool functions to match. The Furtif knives, from the Evercut line by “TB Groupe, one of France’s established knife makers and also the only eco-friendly cutlery maker in that country with ISO 9001 accreditation” not only look like they were brought back from the future, they have a “laser-bonded titanium-carbide surface [that] lasts 300 times longer than standard steel and 5 times longer than ceramic, according to third-party testing.” This means that with regular usage you shouldn’t have to sharpen them in 25 years! Of course you’d expect knives that look like this and last this long to cost an arm and a leg, but you’d be wrong. Most of them cost $138, while the paring knife is $78 and the utility knife is $92.

Of course looks and durability isn’s all that there is in a good kitchen knife, so we won’t speak of balance, comfort, and whatever else discerning chefs might look for. But for the average kitchen ninja, these will do.

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Surviv-All Survival Knife Lets You Cut Cords Without Unsheathing

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Survival knives are all over the market, and they all boast differing always of features that make them more or less attractive.; the Surviv-All Survival Knife happens to have some of the more innovative and ingenious ones. Particularly, the sheath features an opening towards the front that lets you cuts twine and other smaller ropes without having to take the entire blade out. Additionally, there’s a firestarter rod on one side, as well as a sharpening block on the other.

It boasts a 4.25 inches long high carbon 440 stainless steel full tang, drop point blade that sees to your cutting needs, while a rubber textured, ergonomic handle ensures grip confidence. The latter also features a stainless steel pommell at the end of the handle too. [There’s even a] patent-pending para-secure paracord handle strap that ensures the knife stays sheathed even in the roughest moments.

It’s a nice looking knife with a lot of utility, which is why it’s extra attractive at its price point of $45.

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Ceramic Escape Knife Could Come In Handy If You’re A High-Risk Target

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We can’t imagine that most people spend any amount of time thinking about what they’ll do if they ever get abducted. Yet these people do exist, or products like the Ceramic Escape Knife (CEK) would never get made. It’s a tiny blade, about the size of a pinky finger and weighing about as much as a penny (2.5 grams), that stays sharp 10 times longer than steel and will never rust. You’re supposed to hide it in a place that your would-be abductors would never think to check, and use it to cut your ties if you’re lucky enough for these to be made out of something other than metal. It’s all of $15, which is a really tiny amount to pay if you ever plan to venture if you’re going somewhere unsafe.

Better yet, not going somewhere unsafe is free.

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