Kershaw Injection 3.0 reduced from £49.94 - Heinne Haynes - £17.95
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Kershaw Injection 3.0 reduced from £49.94 - Heinne Haynes - £17.95

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Found 27th Jun 2017
A good reduction on a well reviewed knife.

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From Kershaw, designed by Todd Rexford, a solid "Injection" of awesome.

This is a limited stock special offer at this price.

The Kershaw Injection 3.0 is destined to become you new favourite pocketknife. It offers sleek good looks—from the tip of its classic drop-point blade to its 3D-machined G-10 handle.

The Injection is a collaboration between custom knifemaker Todd Rexford and Kershaw and the results are outstanding. Look for high- end custom details like decorative pivot hardware and machined thumbstuds. The G-10 handle has incised cutouts on each side, letting you see through to the stainless steel liners.

The G-10 is textured for a secure grip. Even the backspacer offers a custom touch; it's chamfered on the back end. Another nice detail is the inset lanyard pin so nothing interrupts the smooth line of the knife. The 7.6cm (3-in.) blade is the perfect size for so many day-to- day applications.

Built of high-performance 8Cr13MoV, it comes razor-sharp and holds its edge well. The manual opening is smooth and easy. Once open, the blade is secured with a steel locking liner. The pocketclip is reversible for left- or right-handed carry.
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Baldricky

If it's not cheap alcohol deals "encouraging" me to be an alcoholic, … If it's not cheap alcohol deals "encouraging" me to be an alcoholic, cheap food deals "encouraging" me to be an obese lard ****, cheap car deals "encouraging" me to break the speed limit, it's cheap axe and knife deals "encouraging" me to kill people!!!! ..... It's a constant challenge to do right. X)


I bought a cheap laptop because of this site, next thing I knew I was hacking the U.S. election.
It's a slippery road.
Yes, of course, knifes are exclusively used to stab people. They literally have no other use!
If it's not cheap alcohol deals "encouraging" me to be an alcoholic, cheap food deals "encouraging" me to be an obese lard ****, cheap car deals "encouraging" me to break the speed limit, it's cheap axe and knife deals "encouraging" me to kill people!!!! ..... It's a constant challenge to do right. X)
Should never be promoted nor allowed on this site.
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For those that care, 8Cr13MoV v AUS8 steel
Edited by: "OllieSt" 27th Jun 2017
Should never be promoted nor allowed on this site.
The mentality of posting this deal is beyond belief.

The Op is 100% responsible for possibly tempting some naive youngster to arm themself and hurt another. Disgusting.
Yes, of course, knifes are exclusively used to stab people. They literally have no other use!
alfa111

Yes, of course, knifes are exclusively used to stab people. They … Yes, of course, knifes are exclusively used to stab people. They literally have no other use!



​Even Bear Grylls has resorted to carrying a pocket Spork to chop down trees and make fires.
Th3.Ripper

Should never be promoted nor allowed on this site.



​I agree, but the irony of your username made me chuckle.
A super cheap axe deal goes hot, but this goes cold?
All those boohooing about the op being held responsible etc, do you echo the same comments on deals posted on kitchen knives, garden sheers, axes or any other sharp tool?
I get your points, and I agree they shouldn't be posted here, but saying the op should be held responsible is dumb.
coathanger

The mentality of posting this deal is beyond belief.The Op is 100% … The mentality of posting this deal is beyond belief.The Op is 100% responsible for possibly tempting some naive youngster to arm themself and hurt another. Disgusting.


Are you serious?
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?
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coathanger

The mentality of posting this deal is beyond belief.The Op is 100% … The mentality of posting this deal is beyond belief.The Op is 100% responsible for possibly tempting some naive youngster to arm themself and hurt another. Disgusting.




There seems to be some people that want to divide this country by age. I don't.

Naive - of a person or action showing a lack of experience, wisdom, or judgement

Naive - 'The Op is 100% responsible for possibly tempting some naive youngster to arm themself and hurt another. Disgusting'.



Edited by: "OllieSt" 27th Jun 2017
If it's not cheap alcohol deals "encouraging" me to be an alcoholic, cheap food deals "encouraging" me to be an obese lard ****, cheap car deals "encouraging" me to break the speed limit, it's cheap axe and knife deals "encouraging" me to kill people!!!! ..... It's a constant challenge to do right. X)
yesBilly

Are you serious?



I suspect they are unfortunately. oO
Baldricky

If it's not cheap alcohol deals "encouraging" me to be an alcoholic, … If it's not cheap alcohol deals "encouraging" me to be an alcoholic, cheap food deals "encouraging" me to be an obese lard ****, cheap car deals "encouraging" me to break the speed limit, it's cheap axe and knife deals "encouraging" me to kill people!!!! ..... It's a constant challenge to do right. X)


I bought a cheap laptop because of this site, next thing I knew I was hacking the U.S. election.
It's a slippery road.
I see the Godfather DVD box set is going hot and as much as I'd love to see them, I am going to pass and avoid becoming a career criminal. That and ensure all the horses in the field across the road remain accounted for.
jalp99uk

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?


It's illegal to carry a locking blade and a blade over 3" by UK law (this knife is both). You are permitted to carry it in public if you have a valid reason to use it at your destination... a camp on private ground for example. You should then carry it out of sight. Plenty of reason to carry a pocket knife, and many do.
Edited by: "fr0d0" 27th Jun 2017
I cannot imagine an inner city gang member trawling through our beloved deals site to pocket themselves a knife. Knives don't kill people, hukdeals do!
Thanks for posting this deal. I love Kershaw so snapped this up.
this is a good deal. ignore all the stupid crazy people about not been allowed ect.. this deal site is full of nut jobs. .. it's not the knife that kills it's the person using it.
fr0d0

It's illegal to carry a locking blade and a blade over 3" by UK law (this … It's illegal to carry a locking blade and a blade over 3" by UK law (this knife is both). You are permitted to carry it in public if you have a valid reason to use it at your destination... a camp on private ground for example. You should then carry it out of sight. Plenty of reason to carry a pocket knife, and many do.


All South Africans have a good reason to carry - "I'm cutting my biltong"
hi im 14 years old. ive been browsing this website specifically to look for a nice knife to maim my rivals, is this a good choice or is there something better for this price?

Idiots
Never trusted any locking knife after I almost cut my own fingers off with one.

When I was a kid almost all boy scouts had a little pocket knife for various tasks.
I was trying to push the knife into a tree, the lock failed and the blade snapped back on my fingers.

Fortunately it was only a boy scouts' knife and just cut my fingers - had it been something like this blade it would have taken them off.

Never trusted the mechanism of these things since that day.
tryn2help

Never trusted any locking knife after I almost cut my own fingers off … Never trusted any locking knife after I almost cut my own fingers off with one.When I was a kid almost all boy scouts had a little pocket knife for various tasks.I was trying to push the knife into a tree, the lock failed and the blade snapped back on my fingers.Fortunately it was only a boy scouts' knife and just cut my fingers - had it been something like this blade it would have taken them off.Never trusted the mechanism of these things since that day.



It just shows how things have changed.

Back in my pre-teen years I would wear my sheath knife everywhere and spend hours playing in the woods cutting branches, attempting and failing to throw it into trees, having the occasional cut. All inspired by on-screen heroes such as Tarzan.

We all respected the police but would think nothing of walking past them wearing our knives.

30 years later all that has changed and now people get villified for posting deals on Facebook. Social media and the ultra PC brigade have ruined this country
Banning things like lock knives and drugs and all of the other "dangerous" items is all very well, in principle, the reality is that if someone really wants any of these things there are ways to get them.

Yes, these things are dangerous but only when used by people
tryn2help35 m ago

When I was a kid almost all boy scouts had a little pocket knife for …When I was a kid almost all boy scouts had a little pocket knife for various tasks.


...like fending off the scout leader after dark!
I don't have the exact statistics, but I'm confident that the vast majority of knife crimes involve cheap kitchen knives and £5 machetes, Your average street dealer is not going to buy a high quality knife from a well known manufacturers, when it is inevitably going to end up being tossed in the undergrowth or ditched in someones wheelie bin.
Edited by: "ccw71" 27th Jun 2017
I don't understand people saying this should not be here. I like a a lot of people use a knife for camping and is always handy in the the toolbox for other jobs, not stabbing people! Going off this logic we should have no deals for kitchen knives either then as I suspect they are used in many more crimes.
#26 and #27 - the voices of sanity return.

Anyone else remember the "robbery scene" from Crocodile Dundee?
The name of this knife is awful. "Injection"?? An injection involves getting something pushed into your skin! Terrible name for a knife.
Baz8755

It just shows how things have changed.Back in my pre-teen years I would … It just shows how things have changed.Back in my pre-teen years I would wear my sheath knife everywhere and spend hours playing in the woods cutting branches, attempting and failing to throw it into trees, having the occasional cut. All inspired by on-screen heroes such as Tarzan.We all respected the police but would think nothing of walking past them wearing our knives.30 years later all that has changed and now people get villified for posting deals on Facebook. Social media and the ultra PC brigade have ruined this country


Kids were taught responsibility back then (could've done with teaching us not to try pushing a flimsy lock knife into a tree too, lol).

Never liked the scouts, but it did teach responsibility, and the importance of one's community/country.

We were far more together then, not dreadfully divided as we are now.
JumpMan1980

...like fending off the scout leader after dark!



X)

I left the scouts after the knife incident; joined the Boys Brigade where the emphasis was on tying knots. oO X)
This is a great deal for a great knife. As for all the loons that have decided to jump on the 'you idiot for posting' band wagon can simply go a do one. This is a quality product giving good value for money and is exactly what this site is for. The knife is an innate object and will do no harm. It's the idiot who chooses to do harm with it that's the problem - stop giving the person who posted it a hard time about posting it. They've done nothing wrong at all.
Great deal. Much better thank Opinel stuff or the Gerber stuff over the last few years.
cibarious23 h, 34 m ago

#26 and #27 - the voices of sanity return.Anyone else remember the …#26 and #27 - the voices of sanity return.Anyone else remember the "robbery scene" from Crocodile Dundee?



"That's not a knife! ... Oh sh*t homie gota gun!!" - 2017 update ya herrr
dewonderful22 h, 35 m ago

The name of this knife is awful. "Injection"?? An injection involves …The name of this knife is awful. "Injection"?? An injection involves getting something pushed into your skin! Terrible name for a knife.



My car uses an injection system, jus' saying
JumpMan19802 h, 30 m ago

My car uses an injection system, jus' saying


I wouldnt want your car pushed inside of me either!
K0YS

A super cheap axe deal goes hot, but this goes cold? All those boohooing … A super cheap axe deal goes hot, but this goes cold? All those boohooing about the op being held responsible etc, do you echo the same comments on deals posted on kitchen knives, garden sheers, axes or any other sharp tool? I get your points, and I agree they shouldn't be posted here, but saying the op should be held responsible is dumb.


Mmmmmm garden sheers what denier are we talking about?
Any pics?
ccw71

I don't have the exact statistics, but I'm confident that the vast … I don't have the exact statistics, but I'm confident that the vast majority of knife crimes involve cheap kitchen knives and £5 machetes, Your average street dealer is not going to buy a high quality knife from a well known manufacturers, when it is inevitably going to end up being tossed in the undergrowth or ditched in someones wheelie bin.



£5 machetes? Can you post the deal?
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dewonderful

The name of this knife is awful. "Injection"?? An injection involves … The name of this knife is awful. "Injection"?? An injection involves getting something pushed into your skin! Terrible name for a knife.



Are you for real? You can "inject" something into many things. You can inject damp proofing into concrete walls for example.
anderton_james

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​Damn those pesky kids
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