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[Canadian Tire] Rapala 4 inch ceramic knife - $5.93

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[Canadian Tire] Rapala 4 inch ceramic knife - $5.93

Very decent knife, picked one up yesterday. Sharp, and lightweight. Havent owned a ceramic knife before, so far I'm impressed for the price. Fair warning to not cut aluminum or pry with tip as it damages easily in that regard. Good for tackle box (no metal to rust) or leave it in the first aid / bug out bag. Bang for buck imo. Regular 14.99
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Last edited by Shaner on May 1st, 2020 9:38 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Added price to title
#shelfclear
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They do need sharpening eventually, in spite of the bogus marketing claims, but this is still a good price.
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I see 14.99. Did this end yesterday?

Edit: Yeah I changed stores and now see 5.93. Stupid Canadian Tire website.
Last edited by dherling on May 1st, 2020 10:02 am, edited 1 time in total.
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dherling wrote: I see 14.99. Did this end yesterday?
I see $7.48. Price must be different depending on the store.

OP, what store do you see it at?
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I see OP's price at a bunch of stores in Hamilton/Burlington area
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jpg wrote: Very decent knife, picked one up yesterday. Sharp, and lightweight. Havent owned a ceramic knife before, so far I'm impressed for the price. Fair warning to not cut aluminum or pry with tip as it damages easily in that regard. Good for tackle box (no metal to rust) or leave it in the first aid / bug out bag. Bang for buck imo. Regular 14.99
If you've never owned a ceramic knife, a few notes:

1. Very sharp, and stay very sharp for a long time.
2. Super lightweight
3. Won't rust (obviously)
4. Fragile in some ways - if you slice, you're good. If you stab/puncture things, be a bit careful - the tip can be weak. Never torsion the blade (ie. slicing halfway and twisting the blade in a semi-firm material). Traditional metal blades almost never break - ceramic does.
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[OP]
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dherling wrote: ↑
I see 14.99. Did this end yesterday?

I see $7.48. Price must be different depending on the store.

OP, what store do you see it at?



@shaner
At few locations in Vancouver and Surrey BC
Its store clearance via online only curbside or delivery since stores closed here. Sorry guys didnt check all provinces. But deal hasn't expired but once stock depletes, there will be no more.
#shelfclear
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