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EDC Ceramic Micro Knife Is The Micro Knife You Never Knew You Need

Do you need to cut things all the times? Probably not. However, you can’t deny that there are more than a few times in your life that calls for a slicing tool. Between the need and do not need, you will almost definitely find yourself in a situation where you need a knife but you don’t have it. You can’t blame yourself because, knives, box cutter and whatnot are not exactly something you will want to be on you all the time. Why? It is intimidating and it is a hassle to carry due to the size. And, that my friends, is why there is the EDC Ceramic Micro Knife. Continue reading EDC Ceramic Micro Knife Is The Micro Knife You Never Knew You Need

These NASA-Inspired Knives Promised To Stay Sharp Five Times Longer

Forget about stainless steel edge blades. If you want kitchen knives with blades that stay sharp longer (very much longer) and one that befits your high-tech lifestyle, then these NASA Inspired Kitchen Knives by Habitat Housewares are what you need. Featuring a patented metal alloy developed by Caltech and tested by U.S. space agency NASA, not only is the blade edge of these knives extra-sharp, but they will stay sharp fives time longer than regular knives. Continue reading These NASA-Inspired Knives Promised To Stay Sharp Five Times Longer

Ausus Luxury EDC Knife: Luxuriously Built Less The Luxury Sticker

The Ausus Luxury EDC Folding Knife by StatGear does not have precious stones, neither is it laced with gold, but if you are into knives, you can see what you are getting into. It is a premium folding knife that bears old school ruggedness, but in a modern, super low profile and deep carry design that stows away easy. It features a beautiful canvas Micarta handle, a 3.5-inch D2 steel blade with a Rockwell rating (AKA HRC) of 59-61, oversized thumb studs, internal ball bearings for smooth deployment, and finally wrapping up with a reversible pocket clip. Continue reading Ausus Luxury EDC Knife: Luxuriously Built Less The Luxury Sticker

WESN Titanium Micro Blade Knife Is The Knife You Need In Your Life

You know, in some way, knife is like a lighter. You never know when you are going to need it. However, unlike a lighter, carrying a knife everywhere you go may not be appropriate in the eyes of the law. Well, mostly. If you are going to carry a huge-ass survival knife outside of the great outdoors, you are inviting trouble. But with the WESN Titanium Micro Blade EDC Pocket Knife Keychain, you’d have handy like a lighter and get to use it whenever the situation calls for it – all while not have to worry about the bulk and the legal implications. So, I’d say it is a win-win everyday carry. It wins even more in the looks department. Seriously, just look at this little guy here. Continue reading WESN Titanium Micro Blade Knife Is The Knife You Need In Your Life

Edge of Belgravia’s Latest Kitchen Knives – No Two Blades Are The Same

Remember Edge of Belgravia, the purveyor of intricate and expertly crafted kitchen knives? Well, if you believe that chef knives are more than mere pieces of sharpened steel, then you will be glad to know that the UK kitchen knife maker has a new set of knives to please the connoisseur in you. Called Kuroi Hana Japanese Knife Collection, they are, as hinted by the product name, fusion of two cultures: the meticulous craftsmanship of British chef knife designer/maker, and the supreme quality of Japanese steel known as AUS-10 that boasts a hardness range of 58-60 HRC, promising to delivery superior toughness, sharpness and good corrosion resistance. Continue reading Edge of Belgravia’s Latest Kitchen Knives – No Two Blades Are The Same

Japanese Artist Sharpened A MacBook Air, Used It To Cut Through An Apple

Apple MacBook Air is super thin. With the thinnest edge measuring a scant 0.11 inch (0.3 cm), it almost feel like a knife capable of slicing and cutting, and it actually could. However, it can’t really do it cleanly and without the laptop closed. Wait. Actually it kind of can, as proven by Japanese artist Shimabuku. The artist deliberately sharpened the already thin edge of a MacBook Air with a sharpening stone manually, and affixed it onto a wooden handle, creating an image of a knife (or axe, if you will, but it looks more like a chopper to us). Continue reading Japanese Artist Sharpened A MacBook Air, Used It To Cut Through An Apple

Ammo Box Knife Block Cutlery Set: Now, That’s A Military Cut !

We hate to stereotype, but you can’t deny that an object such as an ammunition box aka ammo box offers a loud, manly and rugged statement. That said, if you desire to have a kitchen that embodies those qualities, then the 10-pc Ammo Box Knife Block Cutlery Set is a good place to start. The cutlery, i.e. the knives, are pretty much standard, but the knife block is an entirely different story. The knife block, if you did not already notice, is inspired by military ammo box, complete with the army green colorway and the trademark hinged cover found on any small caliber ammo boxes. I’d be lying if this thing did not have my attention. It did, completely. Continue reading Ammo Box Knife Block Cutlery Set: Now, That’s A Military Cut !

This Man Is Selling Awesome Knives Made From Everyday Tools Like Wrenches And Drills

What do you do with hand tools that you no longer need? Most people would chuck it aside, or dump it off into the trash can, but Logan Pearce did something more extraordinary with them. He turned everyday objects like bolts, wrenches, drill bits and horseshoe, into fully functional knives and the result is nothing less than mind-blowing. So, if you are bored with knives with regular handle and butt, Pearce Knives are what you need to fill your collection. Though, it is worthy to note that Logan also made “regular looking” knives, but beneath the “regular look” of some of these knives, the blades are still hand-forged from regular items like horseshoe rasp and there are also unique examples that are not made from everyday items too. Continue reading This Man Is Selling Awesome Knives Made From Everyday Tools Like Wrenches And Drills

Bolo Reinvents Kitchen Knife, Has Circular Blade That Rolls To Slice

Not only computer-dependent office workers will have wrist issues. Chefs, or anyone who cook often may be susceptible to wrist injuries too and the culprit? Kitchen knives. Unbeknownst to us, the chopping and slicing we have known and been doing all this while are not as efficient as we may have perceived and those actions could even put undue stress to the wrist. However, that won’t be so if Bolo has its way. Bolo is a true evolution of knives, bringing together two most important inventions in mankind’s history: the knife and the wheel, to create the ultimate kitchen knife that rolls to slice instead of the usual pivot-style cutting action we have adopted. Continue reading Bolo Reinvents Kitchen Knife, Has Circular Blade That Rolls To Slice

TUSK Survival Knife Also Packs Multi-tool For More Survival Options

A knife should not qualify as a survival knife if all it does is to cut. It should be able to do more, like splitting wood when there’s no axe at your disposal, start a fire, chopping and hammering, and maybe even do some wrenching job when situation calls for it. If those are the things you look for in a knife (yes, knife), then you may want to take a look at TUSK Universal Survival Knife by Loyal Blades. Shape like a mini-machete, TUSK is a 12-inch full tang knife with a 7-inch fixed blade that’s almost entirely handcrafted from 0.20” thick 440c stainless steel and features polished black linen Micarta with handmade rounded borders that offers a tactile feel and sure firm grip. Continue reading TUSK Survival Knife Also Packs Multi-tool For More Survival Options