Kershaw Deadline Wharncliffe Flipper

Kershaw Deadline Wharncliffe Flipper

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Designed by Matt Diskin, the Kershaw Deadline sports a futuristic two-toned look and a utilitarian blade shape. The 3.25-inch wharncliffe is super easy to control—and easy to sharpen, too, thanks to the corrosion-resistant 8Cr13MoV stainless steel construction Read More

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Bobz
0
Sep 7, 2018
First and last Massdrop purchase as I found it another place cheaper with faster delivery. Nice try Massdrop. Kinda figured it was too good to be a bargain.
Robson
188
Sep 4, 2018
Looks cool, but this is no deal. Same price on Amazon, free prime shipping and get it in 2 days... You need to try again on pricing Massdrop.
ASpatha
76
Nov 29, 2017
I've had my Deadline Wharncliffe for a few weeks carrying it everyday. I've got a few complaints... The first thing I'll mention is I am I lefty and carry it as such. One thing I noticed the shiv that goes on the opposite side of the pocket clip is recessed for the screws for right hand carry when you flip it for left hand it isn't.
Second, this to me isn't a true Liner Lock knife. My interpretation of liner lock is it doesn't effect the outside or frame of the knife, internal locking mechanism, which is not the case on this knife. On the side of the knife where the pocket clip is pictured the whole design moves in to lock the blade in place so kind of a hybrid lock if you ask me.
Lastly this knife came very dull. I'll have to get it sharpened somewhere. There was a card in the box mentioning free knife sharpening from Kershaw for life but if this is a sharp as they go with there knifes I wouldn't bother.
All in all I like the knife, the blade style is really enjoyable. I'm not a blade alloy snob in any sense. $32 this is a good knife.
TGP389
45
Sep 3, 2018
I own a dozen or more Kershaw knives. I've found them to be some of the sharpest from factory that I've seen. That knife slipped past quality control. I'd return it for correction.
massdrop01
782
Oct 31, 2017
Look for Ruike knife P831. It might be a better alternative than this: http://www.ruikeknives.com/proshow-239-2-22-22-100-2.html
Omniseed
1971
Oct 31, 2017
I would buy it if the materials were better.
Looks great though!
Omniseed
1971
Sep 2, 2018
Yeah whenever you see a knife, especially a kitchen knife, labeled or advertised as 'German stainless' it's almost always 4116 or a variant of it.
It's tough to sell a knife with an inadequate steel these days, because there are decent enough steels available in many well made budget knives. There wasn't such competition to serve the lower cost knife niche in the past.
Good to know, thanks! www.patreon.com/Patriot1
BaccaBossMC
95
Oct 31, 2017
If they had a 4” model, I would consider joining this drop. But here we are. If they also had a Speedsafe model, then I would 100% be in. But here we are again. This price is pretty good though. $2.75 shipping isn’t bad. If you wanted Prime from Amazon, it’s going to cost about $10 more than if you buy it here.
BaccaBossMC
95
Sep 2, 2018
I’ve owned 3 Kershaws with Speedsafe. I love them all. Now, I don’t buy a knife without some form of opening assistance.
TGP389
45
Sep 3, 2018
Agreed.