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Does anyone know if the company will provide replacement parts like Keyshawn does? Really comes in handy when the spring gives way and Kershaw ships you a few for free.....

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Pass on this particular knife, but if you like the style it is very reminiscent of the Kershaw Cryo II.

I realize this is deal site and not comparison sight so short answer is don't but this knife. Spend a little more and be happier and save money because these are semi disposable.

I willhowever give a shameless plug for the kershaw cryo II. Costs $26 to $36 depending on sale price or not. One of my favorite knives at any price. I have several dozens of comparable quality knives including some at much higher pricepoint, benchmade, etc. The cryo II is that good a knife. I'm only plugging it since these are similar in style only.

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You always get what you pay for. Always.

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Wouldn't recommend it. Poor quality. It's smaller in size so I used it as a letter opener at work. Screws got loose and now it's useless.

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Yeah, if you get one of these you MUST take all the screws out and Loctite them. If you don't mind sharpening the blade every time you use it, these are serviceable. You're better off spending more and getting something decent, however. I keep one of these at work in case I lose or forget my good knife. But, I learned early on to Loctite all the screws.....

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