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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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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Edited by:"louiselouise"Found 5th Nov
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 hotukdeals.com/dea…846 in July says as such).

I tried putting in 99 in the cart (just to check stock levels) - it said " *This product is not available in the requested quantity. 21 of the items will be backordered."
2822511.jpg2822511.jpgFrom 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.

Code KS3820-SO
Limited Edition: No
Brand: Kershaw
Blade Material: 8CR13MOV stainless
Blade Length: 8.0
Blade Thickness (cm): .25
Overall Length (cm): 18.0
Handle Material: G10
Lock Type: Liner Lock
Pouch: Without
Pocket Clip: Yes
Product Weight (g): 96

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Original Poster

rog46 m ago

No You're not responsable for others you're barely responsible for …No You're not responsable for others you're barely responsible for yourself! how is it your fault if it shows up as hot? It's Your fault Cos you posted it!I'm reporting this thread so you know who it was and it wasn't done on the sly just due your lack of common sense



It's quite ironic that you're the angriest person on this thread. Maybe you shouldn't buy any knives anytime soon!!

Why on earth are people complaining about this?

Neds aren't slashing people with £17 Kershaws they have to order off the internet, they're doing it with £3 stanley blades.

Anyone buying a knife this expensive, even after the discount, is buying it to use as a tool. It's perfectly legal to have and use at home.

I won't be buying one because I prefer a knife I can have on me at all times and not worry about forgetting I've got it in my pocket if I leave the house with it, but this is a good quality knife at a pretty decent price. Voting hot.

Report it? For what? Do you report alcohol adverts for potentially causing alcoholism and causes of A&E visits? What about the adverts for fatty or high sugar foods? Do you report that for causing obesity and death? Honestly done people need to get a life. This advert is hardly going to promote people to conceal a knife? I can't imagine someone logs onto HUKD, sees this advert and then decides I want to conceal a knife so I cab harm people. All of your comments are just pathetic...

Cold cos we don't need or want anyone to go carrying these around the streets
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Original Poster

Sorry about the wonky formatting, I tried my best to tidy it up, new website is always leaving big gaps in text...

Is this not illegal to carry???

COLD COLD COLD

Original Poster

Apologies, I thought P&P was £0.00, just realised that it updated at Checkout after I entered my postcode - and I was struggling to format the original post - cheapest postal option is £2.

As for legality, I think if you casually walk around with one on your person and you don't seem an outdoorsy type or have a good reason for having it with you, maybe? Not sure but surely it's just common sense. Obviously it's not something you'd expect a guy (or woman) in a nightclub to take out with them.

UltimatePhoenix3 m ago

Is this not illegal to carry???



Yes
It's a nice knife for cutting apples.

louiselouise1 m ago

Apologies, I thought P&P was £0.00, just realised that it updated at …Apologies, I thought P&P was £0.00, just realised that it updated at Checkout after I entered my postcode - and I was struggling to format the original post - cheapest postal option is £2.As for legality, I think if you casually walk around with one on your person and you don't seem an outdoorsy type or have a good reason for having it with you, maybe? Not sure but surely it's just common sense. Obviously it's not something you'd expect a guy (or woman) in a nightclub to take out with them.



It's a lock knife so it's illegal.

UltimatePhoenix5 m ago

Is this not illegal to carry???



Yes, because it's a lock knife.

Original Poster

I can only refer you to the original thread on this (quoted above) as I have no idea what is legal or not. I have no intention to offend anybody.

Quoting on this new site is a pain but fr0d0 said on the original thread:

"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."

Boyf uses his (not this one) for camping, cutting ropes, filleting fish, chopping kindle, stuff like that - but he's up in the Highlands.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 5th Nov

SixtyFive4 m ago

It's a lock knife so it's illegal.



It's not illegal. But it is not legal to carry in a public place, without a reasonable excuse. I can't be arsed to get into the legal arguments, nor the reasons why somebody might need a knife like this.

Cold cos we don't need or want anyone to go carrying these around the streets

Original Poster

Believe me, if a person is intent on violence, they will find a way to get their hands on a weapon. Could just as easily be a kitchen knife from the drawer. A cricket bat. Or just your fists.

louiselouise10 m ago

Believe me, if a person is intent on violence, they will find a way to get …Believe me, if a person is intent on violence, they will find a way to get their hands on a weapon. Could just as easily be a kitchen knife from the drawer. A cricket bat. Or just your fists.


that's right but believe me if you have a conscience and seen one of these exact Knives was on national news in the next few months cos its been used on some young kid you'll feel terrible. the one your Advertising are Just be the perfect type they are looking for Quote...

"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."

You do understand that the bolded out part is in fact but actually, actively, encouraging folk to carry & conceal a knife.

Knives Never need any advertising
Edited by: "rog" 5th Nov

Rubbish moderators on this post.

Original Poster

I think the person was just quoting what the law says, rather than "giving tips" how to not get caught. It's all down to your interpretation and maybe the people you know/life experience.

I see it differently because I know people who have more outdoorsy lifetyles than me, a city dweller and these knives are used for their intended purpose. I don't know anyone where I live who carries these around as a weapon. But that all depends on the company you keep. I'm sure mental types also have even more dubious weaponry in their homes/on their person.

We'll have to agree to disagree.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 5th Nov

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Seeing a picture of a knife between these two offers might show a different perspective
Edited by: "rog" 5th Nov

Original Poster

rog2 m ago

[Image] Seeing a picture of a knife between trhese two offers might show a …[Image] Seeing a picture of a knife between trhese two offers might show a different perpective



How am I personally responsible for how others behave? Where this comes up on the "Hot" list has zero to do with me either.

louiselouise2 m ago

How am I personally responsible for how others behave? Where this comes up …How am I personally responsible for how others behave? Where this comes up on the "Hot" list has zero to do with me either.


No You're not responsable for others you're barely responsible for yourself! how is it your fault if it shows up as hot? It's Your fault Cos you posted it!

I'm reporting this thread so you know who it was and it wasn't done on the sly just due your lack of common sense

Why on earth are people complaining about this?

Neds aren't slashing people with £17 Kershaws they have to order off the internet, they're doing it with £3 stanley blades.

Anyone buying a knife this expensive, even after the discount, is buying it to use as a tool. It's perfectly legal to have and use at home.

I won't be buying one because I prefer a knife I can have on me at all times and not worry about forgetting I've got it in my pocket if I leave the house with it, but this is a good quality knife at a pretty decent price. Voting hot.

Why. Just why.

There's never a good reason to advertise an item like this in this day and age.

rog22 m ago

Lmfao you prefer "the kind of knife that you can forget you have it in …Lmfao you prefer "the kind of knife that you can forget you have it in your pocket" if you're that concerned about forgetting your carrying a knife it must be a regular occurrence that's very worrying i bet you never forget your car key if you drive house key and don't ever leave your gas if you have it or cooker on all night regularlyThat excuse just don't pass the common sense test



I think the fact that you seem to view a knife as a weapon and not a tool says far more about you than it says about me.

I generally don't need a knife when I'm out and about, but there have been occasions when it's been very useful. I like being able to have one in my pocket just in case. I've never felt the need to stab someone, but I've done some serious damage to cardboard and rope.

Original Poster

rog46 m ago

No You're not responsable for others you're barely responsible for …No You're not responsable for others you're barely responsible for yourself! how is it your fault if it shows up as hot? It's Your fault Cos you posted it!I'm reporting this thread so you know who it was and it wasn't done on the sly just due your lack of common sense



It's quite ironic that you're the angriest person on this thread. Maybe you shouldn't buy any knives anytime soon!!

louiselouise1 m ago

It's quite ironic that you're the angriest person on this thread. Maybe …It's quite ironic that you're the angriest person on this thread. Maybe you shouldn't buy any knives anytime soon!!


Not sure I'd trust them with a spoon in all honesty.

Reported this thread also.

Impressionable kids may be ecnouraged to buy one to impress (or threaten) their mates with...

The argument they will just carry something else doesn't carry water.. this is exactly the sort of flashy locking knife that could convince a naive person to carry, and knife crime is on the increase..

Promoting blades like this is pure stupidity take this thread down..

Report it? For what? Do you report alcohol adverts for potentially causing alcoholism and causes of A&E visits? What about the adverts for fatty or high sugar foods? Do you report that for causing obesity and death? Honestly done people need to get a life. This advert is hardly going to promote people to conceal a knife? I can't imagine someone logs onto HUKD, sees this advert and then decides I want to conceal a knife so I cab harm people. All of your comments are just pathetic...

Sorry but this isn't the kind of thing that needs advertising on a deals website like this. I'm all for people being able to choose what they buy for legitimate purposes, but it only takes this kind of knife getting into the wrong hands and the consequences could be horrific. So for me I'll vote cold sorry!

louiselouise11 m ago

It's quite ironic that you're the angriest person on this thread. Maybe …It's quite ironic that you're the angriest person on this thread. Maybe you shouldn't buy any knives anytime soon!!


and it's a good thing you and your friend/other account both return at the same time nearly an hour later n troll together

Original Poster

rog3 m ago

and it's a good thing you and your friend/other account both return at the …and it's a good thing you and your friend/other account both return at the same time nearly an hour later n troll together



Now I know you really are mental or paranoid, haha. I don't have any other accounts and I don't attack strangers on the internet either.

Please share some examples, I'd love to see, because I'm genuinely baffled at that rather wild accusation.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 5th Nov

JamesSmith9 m ago

Reported this thread also.Impressionable kids may be ecnouraged to buy one …Reported this thread also.Impressionable kids may be ecnouraged to buy one to impress (or threaten) their mates with...The argument they will just carry something else doesn't carry water.. this is exactly the sort of flashy locking knife that could convince a naive person to carry, and knife crime is on the increase.. Promoting blades like this is pure stupidity take this thread down..


Should I report your mechanical keyboard post on the grounds of gaming keyboards can be used for simulated violence. Going by your logic that post has the potential to teach kids how to shoot others when they play Call Of Duty

Loads of tools in this post.

JamesSmith12 m ago

Reported this thread also.Impressionable kids may be ecnouraged to buy one …Reported this thread also.Impressionable kids may be ecnouraged to buy one to impress (or threaten) their mates with...The argument they will just carry something else doesn't carry water.. this is exactly the sort of flashy locking knife that could convince a naive person to carry, and knife crime is on the increase.. Promoting blades like this is pure stupidity take this thread down..


Bang On

Original Poster

rog6 m ago

Bang On



Still waiting on the details of this troll account you mention? I'm a bit long in the tooth to have a variety of proxies/identities going just for the lulz. I prefer to keep drama compartmentalised IRL, where it's manageable

louiselouise17 m ago

Now I know you really are mental or paranoid, haha. I don't have any other …Now I know you really are mental or paranoid, haha. I don't have any other accounts and I don't attack strangers on the internet either.Please share some examples, I'd love to see, because I'm genuinely baffled at that rather wild accusation.


You were quick to dismiss you have 2 accounts so it must be the latter your friend Wazza4 just so happens to coincidentally appear at the same time n start posting you

"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 hotukdeals.com/dea…846 in July says as such)."

There trolling plain and simple the fact you had to necessarily write that and "Bait" a reaction says so clearly

Original Poster

rog3 m ago

calm down ohhhh! so angry



Nope, just don't like being accused of something and then the person can't even back up their accusation by acting defensive. Classic projection/deflection.

I'm allowed to defend myself, I could be insulted - but, I think you're just trying to bait because you have nothing better to do. I'm honest and have good intentions, which is why my Deals (have a look through them, please do) are always polite and informative.

good heavens this is just what I need for that decisive edge when things turn ugly on a friday night.

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Original Poster

rog9 m ago

You were quick to dismiss you have 2 accounts so it must be the latter …You were quick to dismiss you have 2 accounts so it must be the latter your friend Wazza4 just so happens to coincidentally appear at the same time n start posting you "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 hotukdeals.com/dea…846 in July says as such)."There trolling plain and simple the fact you had to necessarily write that and "Bait" a reaction says so clearly



Sigh, why am I still replying to you? I don't troll - I have better things to spend my time on. But I am happy to explain.

I posted a Deal for a camping knife ages ago hotukdeals.com/dea…660 that attracted all sorts of weird comments, so I actually had that memory in mind - and boyf was asking me about this particular knife - I realised it was still in stock, so here we are.

That "Ganzo" went cold, but c'est la vie.

Don't change the subject, let me see my "troll" account, because you're just plucking strange accusations out of thin air to get a reaction - so, you got what you wanted.

louiselouise9 m ago

Nope, just don't like being accused of something and then the person can't …Nope, just don't like being accused of something and then the person can't even back up their accusation by acting defensive. Classic projection/deflection. I'm allowed to defend myself, I could be insulted - but, I think you're just trying to bait because you have nothing better to do. I'm honest and have good intentions, which is why my Deals (have a look through them, please do) are always polite and informative.


Ive accused you of being stupid but you didn't respond or get offended about that or ask me to back that up why? is it because you Know you can't defend the undefendable? and will only make yourself look even more sillyer? You only got offended upset and angry cos I accused you of trolling so the fact i said you're stupid and you didn't get upset i'll take it that means it's the truth

Seriously do you actually think I care how popular or how many posts you have made? shame all that hard work you epicly failed this time

rog15 m ago

You were quick to dismiss you have 2 accounts so it must be the latter …You were quick to dismiss you have 2 accounts so it must be the latter your friend Wazza4 just so happens to coincidentally appear at the same time n start posting you "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 hotukdeals.com/dea…846 in July says as such)."There trolling plain and simple the fact you had to necessarily write that and "Bait" a reaction says so clearly


Do you wear a tinfoil hat and live in a Faraday Cage? Careful as the big light in the sky might come for you one day...

LouiseLouise I don't know you however since we such good friends we should meet up and publicly wave around the the knives we purchased through HUKD.

Original Poster

rog1 m ago

Ive accused you of being stupid but you didn't respond or get offended …Ive accused you of being stupid but you didn't respond or get offended about that or ask me to back that up why? is it because you Know you can't defend the undefendable? and will only make yourself look even more sillyer? You only got offended upset and angry cos I accused you of trolling so the fact i said you're stupid and you didn't get upset i'll take it that means it's the truth Seriously do you actually think I care how popular or how many posts you have made? shame all that hard work you epicly failed this time



I don't know, "sillyer" isn't part of my vocabulary. You are so ridiculous it's actually quite amusing.

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