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It would be difficult to find a bigger fan of pocket knives than I am. I have carried one without fail since I was a small child. Many of them have been Case, but none of them looked like the new Abalone series. To put it mildly, they have a little flair.

Case has brought their already extensive collection a lot more shine with the addition of these polished Abalone-handled knives. The series boasts Peanut, Lockback, Small Texas Toothpick, Trapper, Medium Stockman and the Slimlock, pictured above. They are beautiful and worthy of some drool — okay, a lot of drool. Once your tongue is back in your head look at the price tag and feel free to gasp.

Prices go from $120 to just below $400 for some of the larger handled blades. Blowing that kind of cash on a knife makes a definite statement. Either you are a serious collector or you need an I-love-me-jacket. Crazy or collector, they are some pretty knives.

Abalone Knives [Case]
Street Pricing [Google Products]


4 Responses to Case Abalone-Handled Knives

  1. MattW says:

    May as well be the first response….

    The word you are looking for is flair. unless these knives include something you can light up for visibility.

  2. Pete D says:

    Fare enough, MattW is rite.

  3. Sean O'Hara says:

    Now see there, if it had a flare gun then it might be worth $400. Nice catch gents.

  4. UK2TX2CA says:

    Part of the price is caused by the special procedure needed to work with abalone as it is worse than working with asbestos! Asbestos has one barb in its fibers while abalone has two!

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