Over at Amazon, there’s a new Kershaw holiday promo where you can save $10 off $50+ orders of select Kershaw folding knife purchases. There are a couple of non-folding knives, such as kitchen shears (great ones, too), that are also eligible for the deal.
I’m a big fan of Kershaw folding pocket knives, and bought a couple more in the past few months for review. Kershaw makes some great knives, and has great customer service as well, although I have only had to contact them once.
I’m an even bigger fan of Zero Tolerance knives, which makes uncompromised high quality products, and it seems that this promo works on many of that brand’s folding knives too!
Many Kershaw knives are made in the USA, but even their imported stuff is quite good. As far as I am aware, all of Zero Tolerance’s knives are made in the USA.
While you get more out of the discount on Kershaw’s knives, because they’re priced lower, it’s rare to see any kind of discount on Zero Tolerance knives.
Here’s a look at all of our past Zero Tolerance knife coverage.
The Zero Tolerance 0450 that I reviewed – and was deeply impressed with is already discounted below what others are selling it for, and that’s before the $10 added savings.
The USA-made Kershaw Link is also at a great price, although you need to buy 2 or another knife to get over the $50 discount threshold.
I bought a Kershaw Knockout back in June, and might buy another. Right now it’s $57.50, and the $10 discount brings it down to around $48, a good price for a great USA-made knife.
Eligible Knives(via Amazon)
Check out our Kershaw Leek Review! This was my “gateway” knife 6-1/2 years ago.
If you will be taking advantage of this promo, which Kershaw or Zero Tolerance knife are you looking to buy? Why?
Deal ends 12/25/2015.
Don’t know about kershaw in general but ZT has an excellent after sale service.
If you damage your blade (usually the tip) for whatever reason, they’ll replace it for $30-40 (not sure the amount).
They’re also good about spare parts, repairs and re-grinding back to factory spec.
Does anyone know if Kershaw requires receipt or proof of purchase to cover sharpening or repairs?