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Knives

Knife Cufflinks

Knife Cufflinks
$60  Buy Comment

You can keep those rumors swirling that you’re a classy dude and stab all those cocktail meatballs at parties with these convenient knife cufflinks. Each set features mini stainless steel blades, and comes with a diamond dust sharpener.

Hobo Eat Kit

Hobo Eat Kit
$18  Buy Comment

Keep your weekend camping trip efficient with the Hobo Eat Kit. This Swiss Army knife of food tools is made of stainless steel, and the components separate into individual pieces, so you can keep it classy in the great outdoors.

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Damascus Pocket Knife

Damascus Pocket Knife
$500  Buy Comment

Made in France by Fontenille-Pataud, this incredible knife has an intricately-patterned liner and blade, made from 120 layers of damascus steel. To sweeten the deal, its handle is carbon fiber. Measures 4-1/8″ (folded), 6-7/8″ (open).

Terroir Pocket Knife

Terroir Pocket Knife
$19  Buy Comment

Take command of your terre, or just make your camping and fishing trip a little bit more elegant with this classically styled Terroir Pocket Knife. It has a gorgeous solid rosewood handle and a 3 1/2″ long stainless steel blade.

Le 37 Grammes Pocket Knife

Le 37 Grammes Pocket Knife
$54  Buy Comment

Hiking is a tad more elegant thanks to Baladéo’s Le 37 Grammes Pocket Knife. It’s ultralight and good looking, with a bit of zebra wood along the handle’s edge, and has a 3 3/4″ 420 stainless blade, belt clip and simple liner lock system.

Edge of Belgravia Knives

Edge of Belgravia Knives
$249/set  Buy Comment

Make quick work of meats, vegetables and fruit – and look cool doing it – with these modern, carbonized ceramic chefs knives designed by Christian Bird for Egde of Belgravia. They’re on sale through 9/5/13 on Touch of Modern.

Samurai Kitchen Knives

Samurai Kitchen Knives
~$61  Buy Comment

Make quick work of fruits, veggies, loaves and meats with this set of kitchen knives designed to mimic a set of miniature samurai blades. Includes bread, chef’s meat carver, utility, and paring knives, sheaths and a matching stand.

Son of a Sailor Folding Knives

Son of a Sailor Folding Knives
$68  Buy Comment

A nice knife can be a great accessory so it makes sense that the talented jewelry artists at Son of a Sailor would add their touch to the classic French Opinel to make tasteful, hand-painted pieces like the Whiskey and Foxtrot.

Fusion Wooden Knives

Fusion Wooden Knives
~$120-$180  Buy Comment

Designed by Andrea Ponti, each Fusion kitchen knife is handmade from a single piece of wood, either ebony or white maple. Available in two different lengths and in serrated and non-serrated versions. Contact Andrea to order.

Quirky RotoBlade

Quirky RotoBlade

An upcoming product from Quirky, the RotoBlade is a more versatile version of the box cutter. A knob lets you change the blade’s orientation so you can use it to scrape or rip in addition to cutting.

Del Ben Primitive Knife

Del Ben Primitive Knife

Inspired by stone age cutting implements, designer Michele Daneluzzo’s primitive knife for Del Ben eliminates the handle in exchange for a tapered handgrip, and a curved, razor-sharp blade edge.

Forging Batman’s Batarangs

Forging Batman’s Batarangs

Expert Weaponsmeister and Prop Poobah Tony Swatton regales us again with his fascinating fashioning of Batman’s deadly batarangs. Notice they’re even more deadlier. (Thanks Austin!)

Hunter XT Knife

Hunter XT Knife
$62  Buy Comment

The latest knife from Victorinox offers one-handed operation with a lock blade, serrated gut hook, bone saw, and philips screwdriver. Perfect for hunting, hiking, or surviving a zombie apocalypse.

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Pearce Tool Knives

Pearce Tool Knives

When he’s not working on his higher end blades, Logan Pearce handcrafts these unusual knives from old tools and hardware such as box wrenches, bolts and steel rebar, transforming one tool into another.

SOG Blade Light

SOG Blade Light
$85  Buy Link Comment

A folding knife that doubles as a flashlight. The Blade Light has 3 LEDs on either side of the handle, eliminating shadows when the blade is unsheathed. The handle has a waterproof rating of IPX-7.

Triple-Blade “Throwing” Knife

Triple-Blade “Throwing” Knife
$8  Buy Comment

While this curved triple blade will look bad-ass hanging on your wall, we imagine that holding and throwing it poses as much of a danger for its thrower as their intended target.

Snow Peak Chopping Board Set

Snow Peak Chopping Board Set
$40-$50  Buy Comment

A chopping combo perfect for camping and outdoor cooking. The wooden case of the stainless steel knife doubles as a chopping board, complete with slip resistant feet. Available in two sizes.

Sigg Outdoor Cutlery Set

Sigg Outdoor Cutlery Set
$25  Buy Comment

Like the Hobo Knife, it has a knife and a fork with a bottle opener, but it also has a spoon. The pieces are made from stainless steel and are separable. Skip to 2:20 in this video for a demo.

Railroad Spike Knife

Railroad Spike Knife

Andyalm doesn’t just turn a railroad spike into a knife, he hand-forges one of the most badass precision cutting instruments we have seen. The carrots show how easily you can take off fingers.

Wenger Ranger 90 Knife

Wenger Ranger 90 Knife
~$125  Buy Comment

In addition to its blade, the RangerGrip 90 offers tools including needlenose pliers, wire cutter, screwdrivers with real bits, wrench, a cutting reamer, awl, can opener and a metal saw and file.

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Cardsharp 2 Knife

Cardsharp 2 Knife
$25  Buy Comment

Iain Sinclair’s wallet-sized folding knife gets an upgrade. The new version includes a stiffer body, and a safety lock to prevent it from accidentally opening. Custom engraving available too.

Auto-Retracting Utility Knife

Auto-Retracting Utility Knife
$20  Buy Link Comment

The Wiss Auto-Retracting Utility Knife has a retracting spring that automatically pops the blade back in as soon as you clear a cut, even if you still have the switch in the “open” position.

Jagdkommando Tri-Dagger Knife

Jagdkommando Tri-Dagger Knife
$750  Buy Comment

A twisted weapon designed by Tony Marfione. The Jagdkommando has an extremely sharp 7″ stainless steel blade, a hollow handle and a screw off butt cap with a glass breaker and lanyard hole.

Bottleneck BK-3B Butterfly Knife

Bottleneck BK-3B Butterfly Knife
$40  Buy Comment

Mantis Knives’ compact Bottleneck has a modified tanto-edge stainless steel blade when opened. When closed, it’s a bottle opener. Needless to say, don’t drink and stab things at the same time.

Ridge Runner Firefighter Knives

Ridge Runner Firefighter Knives
$10/set  Buy Comment

A pair of multi-surface black blades with assisted opening, and a razor-sharp seatbelt cutter and glass breaker built into each handle. A great set of basic survival knives at a bargain price.

Carbon Fiber Daggers

Carbon Fiber Daggers
$65-$85  Buy Comment

The Escort Daggers are made of nothing but carbon fiber, making them very lightweight. They’re not as good as steel knives when it comes to cutting, rather they’re made for stabbing (for self-defense).

Hobo Knife

Hobo Knife
$20  Buy Comment

A fork and knife set assembled like a Swiss Army knife, except the two are actually separable. The fork also has a bottle opener. Made of stainless steel and rosewood. Comes with a leather pouch.

Gerber Crucial F.A.S.T. Tool

Gerber Crucial F.A.S.T. Tool
~$40  Buy Comment

This compact multi-tool is the perfect everyday carry, with its dual-edge blade, flat and phillips drivers, needlenose pliers, wire cutters and bottle opener. Assisted blade opening for easy access.

Ninja Knife Magnets

Ninja Knife Magnets
$18/pair  Buy Comment

Better equipped to accompany your throwing star fridge magnets than ordinary kitchen knives, these dagger handles seem much more appropriate in a ninja’s house.

Stelton Pure Black Knives

Stelton Pure Black Knives
$80-$120/ea.  Buy Comment

These pitch black knives mean business in the kitchen. Their matte black coating also provides a solid gripping surface. Splurge and pick up the magnetic holder strip to really show them off.

Knife Fridge Magnet

Knife Fridge Magnet
$6/ea.  Buy Comment

While they’d be even better with a little fake blood dripping from them, these magnetic refrigerator knives are still pretty great for holding kids drawings and grocery lists in place.

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