From their site:
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Kershaw products are guaranteed for the lifetime of the original owner
to be free of defects when received from the factory. Any product we
find to be defective in its original material, construction, or
workmanship will be repaired or replaced with the same item or one of
equal value at no charge. (Of course, normal wear, abuse such as prying
with the knife, or neglect are excluded from this non-transferable
warranty.) For warranty service, please return product via UPS or
insured mail. Include your name, address, telephone number, and a short
explanation of the warranty service requested to the address below.
Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
Kai USA ltd., Kershaw Knives
18600 SW Teton Avenue
Tualatin, OR 97062
That is actually a common practice, the manufacturer offering a better
warranty than the retailers, Not uncommon for a manufacturer to offer a life
time warranty an $X + X% the retailer offering a shorter warranty at $X
me by my wife , she had my intitials engraved on the blade .
Unfortunately it was taken from my house when it was burgled and I
always meant to replace it but sadly they don't list that model anymore .
In it's place I opted for a limited issue Kershaw , made in Solingen
Germany , has deer antler scales and brass bolster, 80mm hollow ground
blade ,its a folder and I have found the blade to be of good quality ,
price was 150.00AUD about 20 years ago.I dont carry it much at all as
we are not permitted to carry knves in a belt pouch here at any time .
But as a field knife for hunting it's a pearler
For ever day use I have a 3" folding boot knife made by G96 , the
boot holster has long since given up , but I wear a stockmans belt that
has a pouch sewn on to it the knife fits into it and lays parrallel with
the belt ,and has a small flap with a press stud fastner ,It sits just
left of the buckle and is rather obscure ( hides under my drooping gut)
and dosen't stand out ,in fact most people dont realise that I carry a
knife at all except when I take it out and usually get the question
"where did you get that from ?" I reply with a question " the knife or
the gut?" .
The little G96 I've had since the late 70's holds a good edge and
It gets used for every thing from opening parcels to skinning game.
I owned a Puma one time , excellent knife , cost way more than my
Kershaws together when I bought it , unfortunately it's laying in a
field somewhere a long way from where I live now. Hopefully some one
found it and gave it good home.
"I'm not young enough to know everything."
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