Customer Reviews Of:
Kershaw Blur Pocket Knife - Assisted Opening, Linerlock

Closeouts. Kershaw's Blur pocket knife strikes the right balance between cutting performance and versatility, making it an excellent choice for everyday carry. The combo-edge blade is made of blackened 14C28N Swedish stainless steel, and with a spring-assist Speedsafe® opening and contoured thumb studs, you'll have it out and ready to use in mere seconds.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Randy from Texas on Monday, December 5, 2016
    Great weight and feel. Steel holds its edge very well.
  • Reviewed by back in boulder from boulder on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
    3rd one of this series that I have purchased - the only problem I have had with any of them was a small burr on one of the thumb studs, 2 swipes with a small file and all was well
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Willozwisp from High Desert, NM on Sunday, November 20, 2016
    Kershaw a respected knife maker and well known knife designer Ken Onion came together on this slightly recurved and partly serrated blade. Have also purchased on the Dark Side as I have this in Black, tanto point and partly serrated. Think gifts. A tool. Can you ever have enough of those. This makes the 4th Blur I have purchased. Size and heft for multitasking. Excellent slicing and piercing. The dark DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) coating is a plus for added corrosion and wear resistance. Non-reflective. SpeedSafe gives a smooth one-hand assisted opening. Pocket clip is reversible for tip up or tip down use. Lanyard hole for those who like a different carry. And the price?!? Quibble over a knife at this price and made in the USA? Over $100 MSRP. A deal maker, not a deal breaker.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hunter Jamie from COLORADO on Monday, October 10, 2016
    I have three of these knives bought the first one in 2004 and use it every day . I am a contractor in the summers and a hunting guide in the winter. this knife works for everything grate all purpose knife.
  • Reviewed by Dog mom from Carolina beaches on Sunday, August 28, 2016
    This knife is not "bad," but it's not good either. My main issue is that the assisted opening doesn't really assist that much. It gives just barely enough push to help open the knife half way, and that's only after you open it 1/4 manually. It's going back.
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