Spyderco Para 3 Compression Lock Knife Black Satin CPM S30V
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Top 3 Knives to Buy During Blade HQ’s Sale

Blade HQ has a sale on great knives this weekend from top knife brands like CRKT, Kershaw, Spyderco, and ZT. Some knives are up to 45 percent off. This is one sale you won’t want to miss.

We highlighted our three favorite blades from the sale, but there are plenty of great knife deals happening now. Click the link below to see them all.

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Spyderco Para 3 Serrated 52100 Knife: $170 (45% Off)


The Para 3 is one of our favorite folding knives because it has amazing steel in a super-slick package. It’s large enough to tackle tough jobs but small enough for daily carry. This one has a 52100 steel blade for excellent edge retention. The partially serrated edge is a good choice for those who may cut rope regularly.

CRKT Pilar Large Knife: $33 (40% Off)

CRKT Pilar Large Knife


An update to the wildly popular CRTK Pilar (which is also on sale), the large version, named for Ernest Hemingway’s beloved sailboat, has a stainless steel handle and a satin-finished sheepsfoot blade. This one is bigger than the original, at 6.625 inches overall. It has a 2.6-inch, flat-ground blade with a fine tip for detailed tasks. It has a secure blade lockup and a reversible right side pocket clip for tip-up or tip-down carry. Read our full Pilar Large review here.

Note: You’ll need to add this knife to your cart to see the $33 sale price.

Kershaw Diskin Strobe Flipper Knife: $22 (35% Off)

Kershaw Diskin Strobe Flipper Knife

If the look of the Diskin Strobe makes you do a double-take, no, you aren’t misreading that name. The Diskin Strobe is a smaller version of the popular Diskin Hunter, once one of our favorite hunting knives. But in this iteration, 7.55 inches overall, the Diskin becomes a nice EDC blade at a great price. The modest 8Cr13MoV steel is serviceable on the wonderfully useful drop-point blade. And at $22, this is a lot of knife that will carry out many tasks from the office to the field.

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