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Kershaw Shuffle Pocket Knife

Kershaw Shuffle Pocket Knife

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Doesn’t hold an edge well. Cheap steel.
It has become my everyday carry. I love this knife. Durable, comfortable and stays sharp. One of the best all-around knives in my collection. Great price too !!!!
Awesome knife. Sturdy and sharp.
Beats2005
I had to add that I only use my knife to cut tape and cardboard boxes. Nothing really crazy.
So... free spinning pivot + permanent thread locker. If I could open it up and tweak the pivot tension, I could probably make the action suck less. Otherwise it's alright. I keep it as my party knife. Short enough to not be threatening, has a bottle opener, made of steel that will dull if looked at the wrong way.
A week after I bought mine the thumb stud came out, so it is back to a two-hand open...Sadly, it lives in my sock drawer now.
I own the shuffle DIY, after a day at work (storeman) i threw it and bought a cheap box cutter. I cut MAYBE 4 boxes down and through about 6 pieces of strapping and the shuffle blade looks like i spent a minute banging it on a steel railing.
Great design, horribly shitty materials.
I’m a chef and always have a knife for breaking down boxes. Screws on the clip fell out in the first week. wish I had just skipped it.
this is a trash knife, terrible steel, fails to hold its edge with even a bit of use
I’d be concerned about the bottle opener snagging stuff in my pockets. Anyone have any trouble?
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My first thought when I saw the pic. Strong pass.
MustangPaul
No, thankfully.
Is great knife but the only problem I have the 2 screw holding the clip they get loose an ready lost one an now I remove the clip
BladeHQ was just giving these away for free so I'm not about to drop money here.
Kershaw made 2 versions of the original Shuffle, models 8700 and 3800. This is the 3800 which uses 3Cr13 steel. Very soft, poor at holding an edge. The 8700 uses 8Cr13MoV, a much higher quality steel. Personally, I wouldn't waste money on the 3800. 8700's with colors scales can be found on eBay for $15 shipped. That's what I'd recommend.
I bought this knife just for grins. Ergonomics aren't bad, but that the end of the positive review. The blade is crap. I tried for a month to keep it sort of kinda more or less sharp. Gave up. It's really bad form to throw a knife away so it's sitting in my work room in a drawer I put stuff that I use every decade or so.
Ah, the venerable "stainless steel." All knife enthusiasts lust after that particular steel.
Amazon has for cheaper and version two is better from what I hear
Amazon is cheaper and these don't hold an edge worth a damn.
13 dollar for Shipping & Handling ............................................................................................................
This is available on amazon for $12 or $14 depending on the color.
I just received the email notifying me of this drop 1/2 hour ago - and now it's "Drop Inactive"?!? WTH???
There is a review of this knife on Amazon, where a buyer posts a photo of his finger -- missing a huge chunk. Apparently, the locking mechanism on these knives do not work. I was able to find at least another 3 reviews where owners reported faulty locking mechanisms.
314BJ
I have the white one from a previous drop. My lock works fine but it is very tight to open. Other than that the plastic feels cheap but I don't mind it for a edc.
314BJ
Perhaps they should include ”The guide to proper knife use”. I’ve had mine for over a year and never even nicked a finger.
was in on last drop. a little larger than i was expecting, but overall a great knife. big fan of kershaw and liner locks.
No corkscrew?
These are lovely for the price. I've had one for the last few years and couldn't find something negative to say about them at the $11.49 price point. Sure it's small, it doesn't open quickly, the bottle opener isn't perfect. It's one of our most-used little knives for utility purposes, though. The blade material is easy to work with and can take a hair-shaving-sharp mirror finish with little effort.
It's not the best knife I own overall but, for the price, heck yeah it's the best. If I lost mine tomorrow, I'd order a new one that same day.
whats the steel used?
nchang
I will assume it is 8cr13mov...standard for Kershaw budget... the steel on the back may be 3cr13...
nchang
Yea, It is 8cr13mov
Emailed at 5pm 5/4 saying 2 days left. Went to site, says ended. Did China back out? I mean Kershaw. I need a lanyard.
Kershaw with a "China" label makes me sad.
vliam
why?
Smoky Mountain Knife works were selling these for $4.99 fyi
Also I agree with IvoV, bottle opener doesn't work very good at all. Shuffle II is superior in every way.
SHUFFLE II next time, please! No one needs the model one with its garbage bottle opener and it's dangerous blade without a hand choil.
I picked this up last time it was available as a possible EDC knife or whatever. Meh. For me it's not only way too small to attempt to open one handed, it's also too small to get a reasonable grip on when using it. It's REALLY hard to open as well. Super stiff and kinda grinds like there is left over metal crap in the pivot. I really want to squirt some gun detergent in there and then oil it, but it's SO small and slippery already I'm afraid to make that worse. The blade seems nice though. It's sharp enough to cut through zip-ties and some plastic packaging I needed to open while camping. I suppose it would be fine to hang on a lanyard or something while you're doing something outdoorsy. I don't know, I attempted it use it for a weekend while I was camping and some household stuff, I set it down somewhere and lost it already... I don't miss it.
DagobahBrian
Quick update. I had lost this knife, but found it again when I moved across the country. I tried using it again as an EDC sort of thing. It's fine I guess. I did take it apart and clean it out with some CLP and now it's pretty smooth. It now lives in my range bag and I use it once in a while to clear a jam, poke out a stubborn take-down pin, pry out staples or open a package of something. Nothing a $0.99 knife from home depot or Harbor Freight couldn't do. I'm not really a knife guy so maybe I'm missing something. For me it was a waste of money.
Why couldn't they ship it to Australia? :'(
A._.H
Yeah