Kershaw Leek Glow-in-the-Dark Carbon Fiber Knife
Kershaw Leek Glow-in-the-Dark Carbon Fiber Knife
bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
210 Sold
Product Description
The Kershaw Leek is a fan favorite for its slim profile, versatile blade shape, and premium build. This show-stopping version ups the ante once more with a lightweight carbon fiber handle that shows its true colors by night Read More

search
close
kstokley
1106
Buying Manager
May 18, 2020
Stickied
For those wondering what this looks like in the dark.
search

League544
478
Jul 7, 2020
😂😎💜 I will save this post in case I want to swap with your avatar.
JaegerD
151
Jul 8, 2020
It's something that really just sings to the soul... It's just so stupid that it has a place in my heart... That being said, the rainbow cockroach had me looking for a rainbow version of the "Brown Chewing". No luck, so I may just have to make mine
Shouldwork
0
Oct 29, 2020
I would absolutely love a Chive with this handle material!
Ktang7711
2
Jul 21, 2020
Hi , How are you ! I find out the glow in dark scales doesn’t shine bright , how should I do to make it glow bright ? Regards , Ken .
arp415
113
Jul 6, 2020
For the piece I received, the lume is almost non existent. Even if I leave it in the sun, or hit it with a flashlight (from anything but point blank range), it barely glows. It is not like watch lume. I’m sure this is part of the process of embedding it in the carbon fiber. No wonder drop didn’t include lume shots, they dropped the ball again (and me for idiotically giving them my money for no good reason). The only plus side is that it is still a carbon fiber leek. Only plus side. I have a Seiko flighty supposedly showing up from them this month, and if they fuck this up, I’m done. Honestly, just trying to think of something positive to say about the garbage I have experienced from massdrop (yeah that’s what they called themselves, had to rebrand to get away from their history). Every single thing from them is screwed up in some way, the exception is probably items they never put their hands on. prove me wrong. (notice the lower case “p” in “prove me wrong”). On every other paragraph I had to manually capitalize the first word on mobile. just get your shit together.
RayF
23703
Jun 21, 2020
Considering the regular price of a Leek, ninety-nine bucks for this one seems like a hell of a premium to pay for a novelty feature.
search

(Edited)
JaegerD
151
Jul 3, 2020
Yeah the stock Leek is great, super fast opening and perfect blade for slicing. My only complaint is the metal scales. They are just too slick for me given it's narrow profile. But I've had it several years now and it hasnt bugged me enough to replace them and I doubt the resin carbon fiber would do anything for the slickness.
JaegerD
151
Jul 3, 2020
I forgot the pocket clip, I personally just hate anything that is not a deep carry. Thats my other gripe for the knife. That being said, I got it for about 25 bucks new, so the complaints are minor, considering all the pros. Easily worth the 40 or 50 it sells for in my opinion
(Edited)
DRaGZ
299
Jun 21, 2020
Was going to buy this until I realized no stonewash blades are available. Oh well.
Blankman
16
May 26, 2020
If anyone wants one of these, you get get them on BladeHQ right now with black blade for $99 +tax +shipping.
Tragicallyhip
8
May 23, 2020
Amazingly these are legal in the UK, good price this too for here, even with duty which will run at about 23%, about $200 here for this version so I've snapped one up, just hope it gets through customs because they seem to be a bit of a law unto themselves. nice one Drop.
Tragicallyhip
8
May 23, 2020
..actually, legal to own but not carry without good reason, I'm 61 and don't care about that though lol..
JaegerD
151
Jul 3, 2020
Dont get caught walking with an unjustified spoon in your pocket either over there
Ktang7711
2
May 23, 2020
I just place order for the blade and want to know can the blade be replace by similar stone wash blade . Regards , Ken .
Kavik
5322
May 25, 2020
If you buy another one with a stonewash blade, sure, you could swap them out. At that point though, might be cheaper to find someone who can stonewash this blade for you maybe?
JediJon
168
May 22, 2020
Ahh yes, Drop at it again. One too many bonghits of that grand daddy purps, and they forget to upload a picture of THE MAIN SELLING POINT of this knife. It's glow in the dark feature! Like, come on, man. Way to drop (pun intended) the ball on that. You had one job, but a dab or two later and you find yourself questioning the meaning of life, completely unfocused, forgetting the task at hand. I swear, one day you guys might actually get it right. Until then, lemme get a fat dab of that wax, yo!
Showing 27 of 107
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
107 OF 107 POSTS
Nov 26, 2020
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest