Sunday, January 10, 2010
Columbia River Knife & Tool
The Columbia River Knife & Tool Company has been in business for over 15 years now and it's easy to see why. With their line of products steadily growing and their customer satisfaction at an all time high, this company is definitely making a name for itself.
All of their products are custom made and designed by some of the world's leading knife makers. They are famous for pushing the envelope and developing some of the most unique knives the world has seen. Some of their "surprising" shapes include, the Fulcrum, Flame, Razel, Folders, Tuition, Minimalist and Hole In One. The names alone let you know that these aren't your usual shaped knives.
They also offer a Professional Knives and Tool line, made for "Those who serve". This line is very popular with police officers who never know what they are going to face and have to be ready for anything. In 2009, they offered three new tactical fixed blades to this line - the Williams Hisshou, the Kommer I.F.B. and the Elishewitz F.T.W.S.
If you are looking for something different, (besides the "different" names) they offer self-sharpening knives and multi functional tools as well.
Columbia River Knife & Tool strives to use only natural and premium materials in their knives, that are common in the best custom made knives around. Last year, they introduced knives with layered Micarta, G10, stag, jig bone, white bone, ram horn and hard woods such as, bamboo, walnut, ebony, cocobolo and thuya root.
Although they are unique in every way, they are best known for their original two clip money knives, known as their K.I.S.S. series and their M16 series. They admit this was "pivotal to their success".
If you are looking for something more traditional, they do offer pocket knives, hunting and fishing knives, and survival knives. All at a fraction of the price you would pay for some bigger name brands.
According to the reviews, Columbia River Knife & Tool's products are nothing short of amazing. Not only are their products exceptionally made, but customer service is top notch as well.
For as little as 9.00, you can own one of these incredible knives and find out for yourself why everyone is raving about these products. Many of their models can be purchased under warranty. Compared to the prices of most knives today, especially name brand knives, 9 dollars is a steal. Many custom made knives run hundreds of dollars and offer no warranty.
If you are in the market for a new knife, I definitely recommend checking out Columbia River Knife & Tool Company. But as with all purchases, it's wise to check them out first, and decide if they are right for you. In a case like this, I think you will agree with me when I say, this brand is definitely worth trying out!
Posted by Jonathan Thralow at 12:13 PM