In 1974 Kershaw Knives opens for business in Lake Oswego, Oregon with its no-hassle, lifetime guarantee. It continues that same customer service and manufacturing quality to this day, known for their superior materials and manufacturing techniques. The Ken Onion Blur knife comes from a lineage of award-winning knives, winning Blade Magazine’s Blade Show “American Made Knife of the Year” award multiple times over the last couple decades. The Blur is perfect for all your outdoor adventures. The blade is premium stainless steel providing maximum strength and corrosion resistance and the option of a partially serrated blade to make all your camping and everyday tasks easy. The handle is coated with Trac-Tec that is rough to the touch, but not abrasive. It is a solid build, not too heavy and easy to use with the SpeedSafe opening system. Blade length: 3 3/8″ partially serrated Tanto Closed length: 4 1/2″ Steel: Sandvik…Continue Reading
There is not much left to review after watching the video above and reading the details from Best Made Co.’s website. It’s American innovation in a small ring-size package. It’s been around since 1904 and the shear simplicity has kept it relevant in our 2012 world. Manufactured in Upper Sandusky, Ohio for over a century. From Best Made Co.’s website: • Patented in 1912 • Aluminum ring, steel blade • Titanium Nitride coating on the blade for extended sharpness • comes in a three pack (sizing below) “James Caldwell ran a railway mail route from Pittsburgh to Chicago. On the bucking train he watched over his cargo with a sidearm and ofttimes worked a knife to open twine wrapped bundles of mail. This job was a juggling act and so Caldwell invented the Handy Twine Knife: a highly useful cutting tool worn around the finger (any finger) thus freeing up the…Continue Reading