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Deal Alert: Kershaw Blur for $34.99 (Up to 40% Off)

The Blur is a tried-and-true classic from Kershaw, with dozens of our users depending on one as their EDC for every line of work ranging from firefighting to active military duty. Today only, it's on sale as an Amazon Deal of the Day, cutting the price down by up to 40% to $34.99 for base models and just $54.99 for the S30V version. As if the great price wasn't reason enough to pick one up for your daily kit, the knife itself offers an excellent set of EDC-friendly features.

For starters, it's a Ken Onion design that's made in the USA. Its 3.4” blade offers plenty of cutting edge to work with, while its slight recurve and drop point make for a versatile geometry to tackle most EDC cutting tasks. The Blur series uses a DLC-coated Sandvik 14C28N stainless steel on most variants, including the plain edge, serrated edge, and tactical serrated edge with a tanto point for improved piercing capabilities. You can also opt for the S30V steel version as an upgrade.

The Blur leverages Kershaw's signature SpeedSafe assisted opening mechanism for quick deployment via a textured thumbstud on the blade and locks with a liner lock. There's also texture on the Blur's lightweight yet hardy aluminum handles for a secure grip. Last but not least, a reversible tip-up or tip-down pocket clip lets you EDC it to your preference.

Now's your chance to grab this US-made knife for up to 40% off, as the deal only last 'til the end of the day. Check out all the blade and handle options at the Amazon link below.

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* Price shown reflects deal pricing at the time of publishing, and may have changed since.

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Kershaw Fraxion

Looking to lighten up your loadout? Kershaw's new collaboration with Danish knife maker Jens Anso offers EDC performance in a sleek flipper format. The Fraxion lives up to its name by weighing a fraction of the competition at just under 2 ounces. And thanks to a thoughtful combination of G10 and carbon fiber in its modern design, it disappears in the pocket yet makes an impression when it's out.

This design is a slight departure from Anso’s other knives, but it’s a welcomed step outside his comfort zone. In your pocket, the Fraxion barely noticeable until you need it. It’s no one trick pony either. You’ll appreciate the KVT bearing-enhanced flipper, blacked out stealthy looks, and reversible pocket clip to accommodate both left and right handed users.

Since the Fraxion is both slim and light, it’s a breeze to carry. The pocket clip lets the knife sit above your pocket just enough to get a secure grip, thanks to the elongated taper of the handles. The handles of the Fraxion are made from G10 laminate overlaid with carbon fiber. It gives the illusion of full carbon fiber handles, but without the hefty price tag. There’s an angular routing pattern carved into the side of the knife that adds some visual flair as well as some extra grip. Your thumb finds its way into the ridge when deploying the blade, giving you some welcomed leverage. The knife is a compact 4” when closed and only 6.75” when open.

The Fraxion has a 2.75” modified clip point blade that’s super sharp right out of the box. There’s a slight recurve on the belly of the blade that improves slicing capability. Essentially, it creates a protrusion that’s easier to control than the full length of the blade. Deploying the blade is quick and easy too. Since the pivot has Kershaw’s KVT bearing system built in, the 8Cr13MoV steel blade flips out with barely any pressure on the flipper lever. Once it's open, the blade stays in place thanks to a sturdy liner lock.

There’s some jimping on top of the blade and a slight finger choil underneath for excellent cutting, piercing, and slicing control. Sticking with the stealthy theme of the knife, the blade is coated with a black oxide finish that will keep the appearance of scratches to a minimum.

Overall, the Fraxion is a solid entry into the EDC flipper knife category. Sleek, modern looks, a sharp and easily deployable blade, and a barely-there pocket presence result in an excellent little knife. You can add a Kershaw Fraxion to your collection via the link below.

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Kershaw Pub

The newly released Kershaw Pub is part knife, part multi-tool, and all kinds of useful. It's a refreshing take on an easy-to-carry EDC knife made in collaboration with custom knifemaker Dmitry Sinkevich. Because of its compact size and handy set of extra features built in, the Pub makes for a capable primary knife or backup option to carry anywhere.

At first glance, the Pub doesn’t even look like a knife. When the blade is closed, it looks more like a keychain than anything. The standout feature in the Pub's unique design is the back end of the blade. When you fold the knife partially open, an attachment loop opens up so you can throw it on a belt loop, key ring, or lanyard. When using the knife, the loop becomes a support for the blade, ensuring that it won’t close during use.

The compact 1.6” modified sheepsfoot blade is made from thick 8Cr13MoV steel that feels nice and sturdy during use. The non-locking slip joint, low-profile looks, and sub-2” blade make the Pub ideal for carry in even areas with strict knife laws. There’s also a bottle opener and screwdriver tip/prybar built right into the frame of the knife for quick fixes on the go.

Kershaw’s Pub is available in three different colors: carbon fiber, blue, and black. You can check them out in more detail below.

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Update 06/09/17: Congrats to this week's winners Russ W., Rafael F., and Eric B.! Thanks to everyone who participated. Stay tuned for more giveaways in the future.

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Giveaway: Kershaw Leek CF

Update: Congratulations to Tony D., winner of this week's giveaway!

The Leek is one of Kershaw's most popular products, thanks to its EDC-friendly size and versatile features. With a new suit of carbon fiber on its handles and packing high-performance CPM 154 steel, the new Leek CF takes one of the best and makes it even better. The best part: we're giving one away for free! This week, we're giving a lucky winner this updated classic, brought to you by our sponsor Kershaw.

Kershaw Leek 1660CF Carbon Fiber

How do you improve upon a knife that's already an EDC crowd favorite? For Kershaw and their popular Leek knife, all it takes is a fresh set of premium materials. With its upgraded blade steel and gorgeous carbon fiber handle, the new 1660CF Leek just got prettier, lighter, and stronger.

Instead of using heavy stainless steel handles, Kershaw gave the Leek the gentleman's knife treatment by swapping in stunning carbon fiber. This attractive patterning allows this new Leek to operate in a more dressy ensemble than the original. But it does more than just look great: the carbon fiber handle actually makes for a lighter knife. Weighing in at only 2.3 ounces, the Leek CF weighs 25% less than the classic Leek.

Kershaw also opted for CPM 154 blade steel in the Leek CF as a more premium option compared to the Sandvik 14C28N steel you can find on the standard Leek. CPM 154 has a higher carbon content and toughness, allowing it to hold an edge longer and last against hard use. It retains its excellent modified drop-point blade shape, making it great for cutting tasks. It also keeps the fast one-handed SpeedSafe assisted flipper opening.

If you haven't yet picked up a Leek for your everyday carry, this is the model to get. Even if you have the original Leek, the new one cuts it that much better. Make it a part of your EDC today at the link below.

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