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Kershaw Injection 3.0 WAS £49.95, Now £14.95 + £2 Cheapest Delivery Option - £16.95  Delivered @ Heinnie Haynes - Free Returns Via UPS Access Point - Limited Stocks
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At the risk of upsetting people, just noticed this is back in stock (maybe it has been for a while, as the last post I see on this thread https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kershaw-… Read more

sparklehedgehog18 m ago

Let’s advertise some cheap acid deals as well then shall we?! Or cheap b …Let’s advertise some cheap acid deals as well then shall we?! Or cheap baseball bat deals?! Or cheap cigarettes?!The fools of our nation need control as they can’t do what’s safe for themselves as they’re too thick to understand. The genuine users of these type of typically used for violence products can seek them out themselves for the good uses they have and protect the bottom feeders by not advertising these


Seriously? You'd want a ban on a great deal for a baseball bat?

scarl2 h, 40 m ago

All types of car deals must be banned due to these outrageous …All types of car deals must be banned due to these outrageous statistics.Can you believe that in this day and age nefarious individuals are taking cars to work, social events and even to schools Last year in London 11 people died, 287 were left with serious injuries and 4,647 with slight injuries, in what has been labelled a hit-and-run "epidemic".Others that seem to be on a spree are:According to the National Office of Statistics around 25 people each year are killed directly by animals. Of the 25 directly related animal deaths in the UK, the top 5 killers are:1. Horses: about 10 a year2. Cows: about 5 a year3. Domestic dogs: about 4 per year4. Bees & Wasps: about 3 per year5. Deer –attacks about 1 per yearThese need banning ASAP to keep the new generation safe.


What a ridiculous comparison to make!

Acid has many great applications, so would it be ok to post a deal for a small jar or can of it on here. Only a few people have been injured by acid attacks, so it should be allowed on here. Remember, acid doesn’t scar people for life, people do

Oneday773 m ago

I’ve voted Hot. There are many things I have in the house that I don’t nee …I’ve voted Hot. There are many things I have in the house that I don’t need to carry out on the street. My cordless Bosch 10.8v multitool for example. My 2lb club hammer, cordless drill etc. A locking knife is much safer to use in the garden or in general diy than a non-locking version. Especially in situations where a Stanley knife isn’t required.




Let’s advertise some cheap acid deals as well then shall we?! Or cheap baseball bat deals?! Or cheap cigarettes?!

The fools of our nation need control as they can’t do what’s safe for themselves as they’re too thick to understand. The genuine users of these type of typically used for violence products can seek them out themselves for the good uses they have and protect the bottom feeders by not advertising these

grumpyturnip31 m ago

Why report it?


The fact that people like you and “tools comment boy” think this is ok to advertise to the masses is scary. This country has a massively under-reported growing at a scandalous rate problem with knives and it needs addressing before it’s too late!

People need management by the government to keep them safe las they clearly don’t understand what this leads to and as has been shown in this thread there are too many bottom feeders out there that clearly can’t look after themselves or their future generations with their own misguided lack of intelligence

I’ve voted Hot.
There are many things I have in the house that I don’t need to carry out on the street.
My cordless Bosch 10.8v multitool for example. My 2lb club hammer, cordless drill etc.
A locking knife is much safer to use in the garden or in general diy than a non-locking version. Especially in situations where a Stanley knife isn’t required.
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Teeny weenly cute little Schrade mini 303 framelock knife £8.95 (+£2 P&P if under £20) was £18.95 @ Heinnie
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Another lovely little knife from a good brand at a great price. No need to thank me, I'll just sit back and watch this go colder than a cold thing... again!

Master_Yoda13 h, 44 m ago

Wow - my comment was removed by mods and the HotUKDeals knife lobby - …Wow - my comment was removed by mods and the HotUKDeals knife lobby - lmao. Interesting use of censorship and controlling a debate. It even had loads of likes at the time - you are only allowed to have a voice and get likes here if you support the Knife lobby. The mods should seriously be ashamed of themselves - shocking.



IIRC you made some kind of personal attack? unlike MarkChambers whose 'm****s' comment was non specific. I'm sure the mods don't mind you registering your opposition to the deal itself or knife holders in general.
Funny that you complain of censorship whilst attempting exactly that yourself - I'd imagine many Corbyn supporters think like that, but I could be wrong in assuming you were one.

There's also the illogical nature of your point, nobody can legally carry this knife in public, just as nobody can carry a kitchen knife in public, so basically you are saying "don't advertise this item that could be misused by a criminal".
This is the kind of knee jerk outrage that leads to new laws against hiring Lorries if you look a bit swivel eyed, in practice it achieves nothing but annoying everyone outside of London.

And there is no "Knife Lobby", nobody bothers to ask if the laws can be changed, collectors can collect and the frothing Lefty virtue signallers can still keep all their seats warm on Question Time.

You'd also have to be a right twonk turning up to a gang fight with one of these, when all your fellow drug pushers all have 8" kitchen knives and machetes. "Ooo watch out, Kevin's got a black knife, best not mess wiv him innit"

jonesinamillion12 h, 24 m ago

For anyone who wants basic info on knife …For anyone who wants basic info on knife law...https://www.gov.uk/buying-carrying-knivesFor the record, I have an interest in knives and collect (mainly) pocket knives, some cheap, some expensive; I was a boy scout many moons ago and still enjoy outdoor pursuits.Knives are useful tools and I typically use one daily, this type of pocket folder is far more less dangerous than your average ASBO "Shank" / screwdriver / cleaver / machete / kitchen knife / drain cleaner / car / bike lock / iron / BB bat...My boy (4yo) already has his first knife (all be it wooden) and he's being taught how to use it safely & respect it.I do like to see peoples (over)reaction on these deals and then subsequent "heat" on some 'orible morphy richards £10 kitchen knife set from argos.I don't have shares in HH



Whilst I am not a collector, I do have an interest in knives - just as a useful tool. I've carried a knife for most of my life, a small "penknife" when I was young and a lock-knife some years later. After quite a few decades of safely carrying and using my pocket knife I am now restricted in what I can carry and what I can use on an ad-hoc basis to help myself and those that do not carry a knife.

In theory a knife law is a good idea but, like so many laws that restrict ownership and usage, this takes into no real account the reality that the vast majority of buyers and users are benign and that those with a malignant intent will find a way to source what they need.

cloudwarrior44 m ago

I recently spent £500 on one of these, after waiting nearly 10 years on a …I recently spent £500 on one of these, after waiting nearly 10 years on a list https://www.raymears.com/Bushcraft_Product/72-Woodlore-Knife/Was i some deranged hoodlum waiting to harm someone or a collector?

Yeah, you sound normal.

I recently spent £500 on one of these, after waiting nearly 10 years on a list
raymears.com/Bus…fe/


Was i some deranged hoodlum waiting to harm someone or a collector?

maxeyt10 h, 7 m ago

Be careful.The Chinese banned knives and ended up having to use little …Be careful.The Chinese banned knives and ended up having to use little sticks to eat their dinner.

Didn't ban them , they used them for money.
Schrade pocket knife £10.95 (+£2p&P if under £30) was £22.95 @ Heinnie
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Good knife from a good brand at a great price! Let the cold votes commence XD

CelicaGT-Four30th Sep

Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal …Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal limit?I have a couple of fixed blade bush craft knives, but fancy something more portable that I wouldn't have to worry about if taking on hikes etc. Edit : oh so after some googling, I must mean a 'folding' knife, not a 'lock knife'

Victorinox Farmer Alox - Uk carry legal, metal construction and has a slightly thicker / more durable blade than a standard SAK, also has a saw and awl (works well for drilling holes in things, it's an end tool on the Farmer instead of on the side like with standard SAK's) so handy when out in the woods to.

CelicaGT-Four8 h, 13 m ago

Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal …Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal limit?I have a couple of fixed blade bush craft knives, but fancy something more portable that I wouldn't have to worry about if taking on hikes etc. Edit : oh so after some googling, I must mean a 'folding' knife, not a 'lock knife'


Check crkt journeyer, I got one when posted here couple of months ago, and its awesome. This time with this one, I order also the Kershaw cinder, hopefully I will be able to remove the locking blade to make it legal to have on my keys.

jonesinamillion4 h, 54 m ago

Absolutely no place for a knife in modern society,...surely there's an app …Absolutely no place for a knife in modern society,...surely there's an app that can do the same functions

Would this app work with Alexa too?

winter_zombie14 h, 29 m ago

Heat from me too but most hukd don't like pocket knife deals ... but …Heat from me too but most hukd don't like pocket knife deals ... but most are not educated enough on the matter either..



Are you saying people on here on not sharp enough, may I say a rather pointed remark.

Do you have any recommendations for something similar but under the legal limit?
I have a couple of fixed blade bush craft knives, but fancy something more portable that I wouldn't have to worry about if taking on hikes etc.
Edit : oh so after some googling, I must mean a 'folding' knife, not a 'lock knife'
Edited by: "CelicaGT-Four" 30th Sep
Schrade folding pocket knife was £25, £7.95 @ Heinnie (£2 P&P if over £20)
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I have a few knives from scharde and all punch well above their weight. Lightening delivery from HH, free postage if over £20 and its always sadly too easy to do so :(

back in stock, £1 cheaper

Only because this deal is OOS, I personally recommend the Ganzo brand.
LINK to Gearbest
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pwel14 h, 18 m ago

It seems that a cold vote, for some, its not enough, they gonna get you …It seems that a cold vote, for some, its not enough, they gonna get you into trouble! Anyway, good deal, order two, one as a gift for my brother-in-law, cheers



Anything from Opinel, Schrade or CRKT

Hot. Decent knife for the fishing. But it is out of stock.

knobbly2 h, 1 m ago

What little people. Voting on their opionion of knife ownership, and not …What little people. Voting on their opionion of knife ownership, and not the value of the deal. Have some heat OP


Isn't it the value of the deal to the person voting that matters?
Blackhawk serrated pocked knife £14.95 @ Heinnie. Was £42 (+£2 if under £30)
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Never owned a Blackhawk knife but reviews seem positive and its a good looking little thing! HH delivery is £2 under £30 but typically rapid!

I was genuinely surprised when I saw all the hate and cold votes for knife deals before.
Seems to be the standard reception now on HUKD.

Bizarre really. Knives are lovely things. This would make a nice gift and you could keep it just to admire it, like a nice pen.
That's ignoring all the utility.

Anyway, voted hot not that it will really counter all the down votes much.

If you want to vote deals down, vote all the Nestle owned deals down - such as Nescafe. They kill babies. An estimated 1 million indirectly.

But again, despite boycoting nestle I don't downvote nestle deals. That's not the point of the site.
Vote on the deal, not on your prejudice.

This deal is for a tool. Tools are good.

Sad people.

Knives don't kill people, rappers people do.

Hope no one posts a deal on drain cleaner.

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-112 degrees shows how ill informed, "PC" and pedantic hukd has become... this is a deal but because its a topical taboo its been voted cold....

get a grip hukders >

jonesinamillion11 h, 14 m ago

So £12 machete or £200 petrol "strimmer"?I've cleared a large overgrown u …So £12 machete or £200 petrol "strimmer"?I've cleared a large overgrown urban garden with this https://www.heinnie.com/tramontina-machete-26490edit - this is a good knife at a food price, no way should it go cold - shame on ypu "deal hunters".



Fully agree... I bought a property with an attached 3 acre orchard, neglected for twenty years. Use of a Machete allowed an environmentally friendly and very efficient way for me to slowly manage and restore the orchard. I also see no value in cold voting because you don't like knives. I have several of various size and shape. I value all of them for their different use. I never carry one on the street. I hate Rap music but I don't vote it cold.
On that note - Knives don't kill people, people do
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Kershaw Injction 3.0 Pocket knife Heinnie Haynes RRP £49.95 -  £17.95 (+£2 P&P or free over £30)
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Looks to be a belting little knife with great reviews a great price; HH usually deliver next day.

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Holdsworth18th Jul

Very similar (ie almost identical) to the Leatherman Crater, so great …Very similar (ie almost identical) to the Leatherman Crater, so great knife at this price. However, for an everyday or camping knife, carbon steel is infinitely better than stainless. Mora do some great knives around this price.



Got a mora SS and its great for the camp kitchen, hard case high viz sheath and stupidly sharp!

Ordered yesterday. Arrived this morning. Great little knife. Very slim and light. Perfect for hikes.

Very similar (ie almost identical) to the Leatherman Crater, so great knife at this price. However, for an everyday or camping knife, carbon steel is infinitely better than stainless. Mora do some great knives around this price.

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Mine landed at 9.15 this morning, not too shabby service!
Very sharp out of the box
Smooth, easy, one handed opening & closing
Zero play in the blade
Nice all round quality finish
An awfull lot of knife for £18!

Best part about any HH order is the "bits" you add on that you don't really need...
Folding toothbrush
Belt clips
Pen that writes upside down
Mini fold flat nail clippers
Lil larry mini nebo

khimbar1

Mr Wick.


John Wick? He still working?
Kershaw Injection 3.0 reduced from £49.94 - Heinne Haynes - £17.95
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A good reduction on a well reviewed knife. From Kershaw, designed by Todd Rexford, a solid "Injection" of awesome. This is a limited stock special offer at this price. The Ke… Read more

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Back in stock

Shame it's out of stock. Though I've been looking for something more for … Shame it's out of stock. Though I've been looking for something more for emergency situations, typically to keep in the car (so a seatbelt cutter and glassbreaker were important, see image) so difficult to find something at a reasonable price though that isn't Chinese tat.



You mention not "cheap chinese tat" , but Sanrenmu make non locking models that fit your needs of having both a glass breaker and a roper cutter/ seat belt cutter and personally I've found them to be pretty good quality, especially considering their price point. 7095LUC-GI-T , 7098SUX-PP-T4 and 7094 STX-POH-T4 all meet your needs I believe if it's any help.

On an unrelated note I love the outrage some people have at the mere thought of a pocket knife these days, honestly I think for one week some people should have all knife removed from them and see how they manage. Then they might understand it's a tool and it doesn't make people a knife wielding nut job merely by carrying one on a daily basis.

jalp99uk27th Jun

Who needs to carry a pocket knife these days? What could possibly be the …Who needs to carry a pocket knife these days? What could possibly be the use?? And isn't it a crime if you get caught carrying one?

​i think the term pocket refers to the fact it will fit in there nicely, not that it is obligatory to keep it there at all times. it is a sad indictment of the state of the mentality of society that the assumption of this post is to promote violence because the exclusive use for a knife is to do harm! I'm sure people who spend a lot of time doing outdoor stuff have numerous uses for a nice sharp knife and yet have no history of violence just because they feel the need when a keen blade is in their grasp.

presterjohn71

You can't have a lock knife in your car. That one will not wash with the … You can't have a lock knife in your car. That one will not wash with the police at all. Did you not read any of the posts, watch the news or read papers over the last 30 years?


I never said I was looking for a knife that locks, only one that can be used in emergencies. I'm fully aware a knife can't lock and the cutting edge must be below 3 inches, which I why I own a Spyderco knife, they seem to be made with the UK law in mind. However it's only a very basic utility knife.

Apart from my much renowned meat injection.
CRKT Journeyer - Heinnie.com - £14.95 delivered
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A nice reduction on a well reviewed knife. In folded or locked position, it goes the distance. Leave the pin at home and it's UK friendly carry. Turn Liong Mah's folding ever… Read more

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Krinkle

...oO



Yeah, last time I spent a few nights out on Dartmoor my tarp developed a tear. Duct tape is a brilliant quick fix. and i just wrap some of it around a pencil. I am in to lightweight camping and I have considered a razor blade instead of a knife, but a knife is much more versatile. And no the tear was not from my carless knife use. How would you have managed the situation without the duct tape and the knife to cut it? I'm planning a similar trip this summer for 4 nights and can thoroughly recommend it.





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OllieSt

A knife and duct tape are top of my list ...



...oO

Had this a while now, cant really bring myself to like it (feels & looks ugly), well made but of my half dozen CRKT knives this is my least favourite... worth £15 though!

Knives are useful tools, its the owner that turns them into weapons.

qbs

The point is what are you defending yourself against? Unless your idea of … The point is what are you defending yourself against? Unless your idea of wilderness is your local urban park, you've little to be concerned about in real wilderness, certainly nothing that a puny wee knife's going to protect you from.


The point is , it isn't bought to protect yourself it was bought for its intended purpose, but it's a knife, there are things, like knives that are good for things other than their intended purpose, and it was mentioned in the description which is what someone picked up on, funny that there was a trampoline just below this post, more people injured from one of those than people getting slashed up,

powerbrick14 h, 27 m ago

Go on I'll bite, why do you use such a knife on a daily basis?



My Spyderco and Journeyer both have sub 3'' blades and can both be opened and closed using one hand and are used for the simplest of tasks such as opening packaging, cutting banding straps, peeling fruit, cutting back plants, cutting string, slicing cheese, meat etc... In fact they are much sharper than the small knives in my cutlery drawer and are always to hand!
Casio edifice 326D £66.95 @ Heinnie RRP £200
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Seems to be around £170 elsewhere. Not to my tasted but half decent watch at a very low price... Good Xmas gift for someone maybe? Delivery is silly quick from HH!

I've cancelled it as its not solar

The gold trim really ruins it for me.

whilst travelling abroad, i was approached many times by local salesmen enquiring if I would like a Rolex, Cartier, Armani etc watch, lifting their sleeve to display a selection of very expensive watches (copies off), after a long day and what felt like the 100th salesman approach I was asked again would I like Rolex, Cartier, Armani, I replied I was very interested in a new watch, he replies which make would you like, I replied Casio, he looked puzzled then after about 15 seconds just walked off!...

Ralph888

Oh, it says that in the spec, they have got it wrong … Oh, it says that in the spec, they have got it wrong thenCode CAS-EF-326D-1AVUEF-SOLimited Edition: NoBrand: CasioCase Material: Partial Ion Plated Stainless SteelStrap: Stainless SteelDisplay: AnaloguePower Source: Solar PoweredCrystal: MineralIllumination: Super IlluminatorMovement: SolarWater Resistance (m): 100Dimensions (cm): 4.2 x 1.14Product Weight (g): 155



It also says in the description, battery life 2 years, type SR621SW so they've just done an Amazon/Currys typo, it happens.

Watch looks alright and will probably be reliable, decent value for what it is.

Good price if it's your sort of watch. Basic features but smart looking. And Casio is a decent brand for us normal folk!
Casio G Shock G2900F 8VER £27.95 & £2 P&P @ Heinnie
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Seems a good price, typically +£50 elsewhere and RRP £85 Think delivery is free over £30 There are also a couple of very cheap Casio edifice on there too which may be "a deal" in… Read more

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aj_aziz

Had my order delivered but no watches. Out of stock.




Milne landed yesterday, very pleased... Was intended as a present but I might have to reconsider!

Had my order delivered but no watches. Out of stock.

The link does not seem to lead to the item, but no matter.
I've always liked the look of the Casio G-Shock, but being a tightwad I thought I'd try a 'similar' Chinese manufactured sports watch first, I bought a S-Shock for my son from a well known Chinese direct shopping site, and it was so good I've bought an other for myself. We have used them for wake-boarding, knee-boarding and open water swimming all summer and they are both absolutely fine. They cost $6 (about £4 I suppose) delivered, now that is a hot deal!
http://i1381.photobucket.com/albums/ah205/alanothen/S%20shock_zpsfdf3up2k.jpg

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Can only assume its sold out, ill expire.

Link doesn't work and can't find the watch on the website.
Hultafors Craftsmanship Orange Carbon - £5.95 delivered - Hennie Haynes
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I recently posted a similar knife but with different coloured handle (although the pic I used depicted the orange handle). The original knife is now out of stock, so the deal was … Read more
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neiljw

would this be suitable for cutting heads & tails off fish ( would have to … would this be suitable for cutting heads & tails off fish ( would have to cut through fish spine ). I'm looking for a knife that will do this & maybe one for skinning, prepping rabbits & game birds.



The answer to your question is yes. Personally I would get Opinel No 10 for £12.95 delivered. It's not as robust, not as cheap, but it's a locking folder (locks by twisting metal collar which feels like it's going to be unsafe, but it's not). It's just a really nice knife to own and use.

would this be suitable for cutting heads & tails off fish ( would have to cut through fish spine ). I'm looking for a knife that will do this & maybe one for skinning, prepping rabbits & game birds.

I have the Hultafors craftsman which I use to make heavy kitchen work easy. I also have the Hultafors heavy duty (check Youtube videos to see just how strong that knife is) which is for quickly hacking branches back, cleaning the crap from underneath the lawnmower and prising anything out of anywhere - seriously strong - both are cheap as chips.

Also available for those cold voters who fear anything pointy is the Hultafors safety knife which can be had for a few quid. Beware though, whilst it isn't pointy, it is sharp. Pointy and sharp are different things.

All very good knives for virtually nothing.

I've voted hot.

catbeans

This gets voted cold yet kitchen knife sets with a worse saving/value get … This gets voted cold yet kitchen knife sets with a worse saving/value get hot.Fun crime statistic; the majority of knife crime is commited with kitchen knives.



Stop spouting facts.

cchopps

Just remember to keep the blade dry after use as carbon steel can rust.



Many thanks, will make sure it's dry.
Hultafors Craftsmanship knife carbon £7.95 delivered - Heinne Haynes
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A great knife. Extremely sharp straight out of the box, and easy to keep an edge. On a par with Mora Knife blade of 2.5 mm carbon steel hardened to 58- 60 HRC. The edge is sharpe… Read more
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catbeans

Thats the thing isnt it though, they are free, abundant and there are no … Thats the thing isnt it though, they are free, abundant and there are no laws stopping children from using them



It is a criminal offence to knowingly fall off one though.

mymymy

I wouldn't even know where to buy a bridge.



Thats the thing isnt it though, they are free, abundant and there are no laws stopping children from using them

catbeans

How many people jump from bridges? In the wrongs hands they have one use, … How many people jump from bridges? In the wrongs hands they have one use, to kill.You have to be over 18 to have a proper bank account, they can tell from the card issuer how old you are.


I wouldn't even know where to buy a bridge.

mymymy

How many people stab themselves to death? In the wrong hands they have … How many people stab themselves to death? In the wrong hands they have one use, to kill.When you buy alcohol the person serving it has the opportunity to check id etc.



How many people jump from bridges? In the wrongs hands they have one use, to kill.

You have to be over 18 to have a proper bank account, they can tell from the card issuer how old you are.

mymymy

[How many people stab themselves to death? In the wrong hands they have … [How many people stab themselves to death? In the wrong hands they have one use, to kill.



....and in the right hands they have a legitimate use therefore they're legal.
Casio Edifice ECW M300EDB 1AER WAS £275.00 NOW £136.95 free delivery from Heinnie Haynes
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Good looking Casio Edifice solar and radio controlled watch which is £185.00 on Amazon. Great spec with the following: Solar Power - A solar cell provides power for operation. Radi… Read more

blindmansden

Just checked & not there anymore but keep looking as it may come back in … Just checked & not there anymore but keep looking as it may come back in stock I found a 10% voucher code & like there FB page & get a £1 off Quidco 8% cash back was £159 paid £142.10 then wait for my cash back if I get it I've got the black one as well excellent watch got mine from goldsmiths for £65 in tesco vouchers was £350https://www.hsjohnson.com/search/casio?page=1



Back in stock £158 go via Quidco & get 8% cash back got my cash back within 2 weeks payable

hsjohnson.com/wat…Bjg

Hassann

I've got the black metal bracelet version with blue detailing in the … I've got the black metal bracelet version with blue detailing in the dial.I've been after this colour too. Where did you get it from if you don't mind me asking? Many Thanks



heinnie.com/cas…-00
Edited by: "Alansmithee" 14th Jan 2016

Heinnie.com is a reputable site, used them a few times.
There customer service is excellent and normally get things delivered in 24 hours even with the free delivery over £30.

It is a great site for knives and outdoors gear.

Hassann

I've got the black metal bracelet version with blue detailing in the … I've got the black metal bracelet version with blue detailing in the dial.I've been after this colour too. Where did you get it from if you don't mind me asking? Many Thanks



Just checked & not there anymore but keep looking as it may come back in stock I found a 10% voucher code & like there FB page & get a £1 off Quidco 8% cash back was £159 paid £142.10 then wait for my cash back if I get it

I've got the black one as well excellent watch got mine from goldsmiths for £65 in tesco vouchers was £350

hsjohnson.com/sea…e=1

blindmansden

Looks nice got to many watches so I'll have to pass just got this for £140



I've got the black metal bracelet version with blue detailing in the dial.

I've been after this colour too. Where did you get it from if you don't mind me asking?

Many Thanks
Oakley iPhone 4 case was £9.95 now £0.95 +£2 p&p @ Heinnie Haynes
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I don't own an iPhone (and I never will!) but this may be of use to some, I assume people use iPhone 4 still? I've had plenty of stuff off HH, all I know is it will be a genuine O… Read more

Cold for never owning iPhone

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Popular deal

Hot in 2010
Wasn't back to the future day the other week

Only appears to be available in the white variety sadly
CRKT Edgie - self sharpening knife, was £24 now £11.95 (+ £2 p&p if under £20 spend) @ Heinnie Hayes
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Great little knife, i have one with a slightly different blade. The gimmick self sharpener does work, after time it ends up with a coarse, alomost serrated edge but flies through … Read more

nublets2k

How good are these for dismemberment?


You should really be looking at a fixed blade with a synthetic handle so that cleaning can be done thoroughly.

Lyrrad

Thanks OPHeinnie Hayes is a superb company to deal with Spyderco Bug, … Thanks OPHeinnie Hayes is a superb company to deal with Spyderco Bug, Honeybee and Grasshopper was last purchase for me until this.


Have to agree Heinnie are excellent, my first stop for kit every time!

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nublets2k

How good are these for dismemberment?




I suppose it depends largely on what member you wanted to dis.

Banned


Thanks OP

Heinnie Hayes is a superb company to deal with

Spyderco Bug, Honeybee and Grasshopper was last purchase for me until this.


Edited by: "Lyrrad" 27th Oct 2015

Thanks, heat, will compliment my KISS
Heinnie.com Casio G-Shock GBA 400 1AER RRP £180 - £94.95
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Thanks I'll get one

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rodezz

Does it work with the iPhone ? Tempted to buy one



Yes. It works with iPhone. Currently I'm using it with iPhone 6 Plus.

Does it work with the iPhone ? Tempted to buy one

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jonesinamillion

Hot from me, nearly posted it the other day myself!A word of warning for … Hot from me, nearly posted it the other day myself!A word of warning for anyone buying it..... You'll be buying all kinds of things you don't really need off the HH website for years to come! It's amazing & very addictive.



It is a brilliant site! I've never come across it before.

Nice but can't afford !
gerber balance jaw multitool £23.95 @ Heinne Haynes RRP £50 (+£2P&P if <£30)
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No, nor am I a serving member of the grammar police.

FlyGuyMyEye

Are you an English teacher?




A bit harsh........

Perhaps he/she isn't a teacher but is in fact a Colliery Timberman, otherwise known as a Pit Propper......

Anyway, post some deals......

jonesinamillion

Unfortunately, and as much as I'd like to play with knives & tools all … Unfortunately, and as much as I'd like to play with knives & tools all day... I have a propper job.



Are you an English teacher?

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scrumpypaul

I've got the Chen - it is useful in that the main "tool" is a pair of … I've got the Chen - it is useful in that the main "tool" is a pair of very sharp shears rather than the usual pliers. It also has pliers but they are only for light use. The blade on mine is perfectly usable, pretty sharp too.I personally think HH has some great bargains if you know what you're looking for. Okay, some things may be slightly cheaper elsewhere but I've never had anything other than brilliant service from them.



The Chen tool is good (apart from the blade, which is ok at best) but the shears and overall quality are great.

jonesinamillion

Never heard of watch your fingers so thanks for that.I also find HH a bit … Never heard of watch your fingers so thanks for that.I also find HH a bit on the pricey side but the service & stock levels are generally great.You have a point about the lack of tools but for many people, a blade, pliers / cutters and a couple of drivers is plenty enough.... Especially at £24 for a gerber (not the BG line) piece where I expect the quality to be pretty darned good.If anyone's after a realy cheap multitool, then this Paul Chen is excellent gif the money and the quality is far better than I could have ever expected fir a tenner (blade isn't great tbh).paul Chen multitool




I've got the Chen - it is useful in that the main "tool" is a pair of very sharp shears rather than the usual pliers. It also has pliers but they are only for light use. The blade on mine is perfectly usable, pretty sharp too.

I personally think HH has some great bargains if you know what you're looking for. Okay, some things may be slightly cheaper elsewhere but I've never had anything other than brilliant service from them.
CRKT UK legal serrated pocket knife RRP £37 now £16.95 @ Heinnie Haynes
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Jesus - some people!!! This is in stock at £17.95 plus shipping (free postage if spend is £30+)

I have one of these, a good strong well engineered *LEGAL* knife. As others have said, sub 3", non-locking folding knife, therefore legal to carry WITHOUT good reason. Good reason comes into play with +3" and/or locking and/or fixed blade.

Needs to be unexpired.

It is not legal to carry one in all circumstances cart blanche whatever the length of blade.

It's all about common sense.
Yes not everyone needs to carry a knife about. However depending on your hobbies, job or interests they can be useful and justified for carting about.
For instance it's handy to cut back some foliage to take a clear picture past a tree. However if the woman in the bathroom window spots you it's a charge for all sorts of offences.

jongerry

No,it's still you,in order to arrest someone the officer must form an … No,it's still you,in order to arrest someone the officer must form an opinion as to the illegality of their conduct,You said they didn't,wrong. I've had enough officers in the witness box in 35 years to know that. If the officer does not believe that an offence has been committed or is about to be committed then the arrest is not lawful.



You are twisting this. It is not illegal to be in possession of a 3 inch folding non-locking knife. The opinion of a police officer makes no difference. If you are using it as a weapon then it becomes an offensive weapon in which case you may be arrested. That's it.

porkyone

No, you are being silly. You are describing the use of a knife as an … No, you are being silly. You are describing the use of a knife as an offensive weapon so yes it is illegal. It has nothing to do with opinion. If something is used as an offensive weapon, it is an offensive weapon. It makes no difference if it's a pen knife or a tin of beans. Both are legal to carry until you use them as a weapon or can be proved to intend to use them as a weapon.Just because you don't like the law, doesn't make your interpretation of it correct. It is legal to carry a sub 3 inch folding knife that doesn't lock. Unless you are using it as an offensive weapon or to commit some other crime in which case it is covered be those specific laws.


No,it's still you,in order to arrest someone the officer must form an opinion as to the illegality of their conduct,You said they didn't,wrong. I've had enough officers in the witness box in 35 years to know that. If the officer does not believe that an offence has been committed or is about to be committed then the arrest is not lawful.