So we weren’t planning on publishing today, but we stumbled on a sale section of Blade HQ website we thought was too good to pass up sharing. Thomas so desperately wishes we lived in the States and could take advantage of these crazy prices, but since we don’t, the best we can do is share and live vicariously through those of you who will take advantage.
Discontinued Spyderco Sale @ Blade HQ
Before I get into the specifics of which knives Thomas feels are amazing prices, I’m going to link you to the main sale page so you can take a look for yourself and completely ignore the rest of this post if you want to:
The link is here. Discontinued Spydercos for crazy low prices at Blade HQ.
Now for the really good deals as we see ’em:
- Spyderco Southard Positron for $99.99 (here in the UK, this knife is £192 approx, $253.25 USD)
- Spyderco Puukko for $139.99
- Spyderco Myrtle for $149.99
- Spyderco Pingo for $32.99 ?!?@
- Spyderco Squarehead for $59.99
- Spyderco Military Ti for $199.99 200 bucks for full titanium millie…
Again, if you’d like to take a look at all the knives in the Blade HQ discontinued Spyderco Sale, click here.
Other Excellent Knife Sales
Thomas also found some deals on knives by other knife manufacturers worth mentioning, though obviously not as many as in the Spyderco discontinued line up:
- Kershaw Injection for $9.99
- CRKT Ryan Johnson No Bother for $16.99
- Strider + Protech PT Automatic for $144.95
- Kershaw Emerson CQC-6K for $26.99
- Cold Steel SRK Search Rescue for $72.99 (£134 here :(, or roughly $176.75 USD)
See any deals too good to pass up on?
Would love a comment to let us know if you picked something up, because as I said, our only consolation for not wanting to risk taking part (and potentially get any shinies we buy confiscated) is living vicariously through you..
And thus ends our spontaneous sale update.
El Greggo DeAlmighty says
Thanks for the heads up. I don’t usually check Blade HQ. I ordered the Spyderco Squarehead. It hasn’t arrived yet. Really liked the design when it came out. Just wasn’t sure I needed a 1” CPM-S30V blade with titanium scale for around $80. I’m guessing a lot of other people thought the same which is why it is discontinued. Still questioning my sanity for picking one up at $60. Reguardless, I’m anxiously awaiting its arrival. I might be pleasantly surprised how useful it is. If not, it will be an interesting addition to my collection.
Thomas Xavier says
I really liked the aesthetics of the squarehead and sadly I bought mine for full retail price at the time. Shoulda’ waited!
Let me know what you think of it mate!
Peter P says
I think You guys already knowing it but would like to meantion that Blade HQ also ship to Europe. In my case (to Sweden) it would be about $33 for the shipping and the tax and impport charges (if you purchase more than $180). It is the same for most European countries but since You are living in the UK and we all knows about the strict regulations about anything even looking like a knife, so I am not so sure about that. Anyway, thanks for Your great articles and for sharing with us.
Peter P says
I need to meantion that the $33 is just BHQ’s shipping charges and in my comment a + is missing between the shipping and taxes and impport charges which will be separate depending the value of your order!
Thomas Xavier says
My experiences with UK customs have been hit and miss. I got 3 Kershaw’s in the mail (all normal/not assisted) from the states and customs didn’t ding me nor did they even check the package.
I guess you sometimes get lucky, sometimes unlucky.
I have dealt with the people there over the years. Very knowledgeable. Sometimes, very good prices, especially if you buy “new”. The company is an authorized retailer for all of its products.
I want to issue a warning about buying on Amazon and buying on eBay.
1. these companies are not warranting the products sold on their websites;
2. there are knockoffs sold on these websites;
3. some of the sellers are unauthorized sellers, even if the product is genuine and a manufacturer may have a policy of not warranting products sold on these websites.
I have seen recent situations wherein a seller located in Red China will offer a “Spyderco” knife for about $20. What is done is simple. 1. take a stock photograph of a real Spyderco knife and put it up for display. 2. turn out a knife and etch or stamp “Spyderco” on the unit. 3. sell it to a sucker in the US who isn’t going to pay for return postage. This is just an example. I deal with a number of Red Chinese merchants who are honest, but I wouldn’t buy a Spyderco at an astoundingly cheap price from a firm in mainland China.
Thomas Xavier says
To be honest, why would anyone buy a Spyderco from China? They can’t compete on price compared to the states (with genuine products).
As for Chinese merchants selling fakes- the adage of “if its too good to be true, it probably isn’t” comes to mind. If you buy a para-military 2 for $20 from China- it won’t be legit.