Advertiser Spotlight: Blade HQ

I’ve owned knives since the 1980s. My first one was an official Boy Scout Knife, which I still have and which has seen a fair amount of wear and tear over the years. My second one was a Swiss Army Knife I received as a “best man” gift. I still own that one too, and it’s proven to be quite handy around the house and in the outdoors. I’ve acquired a few more blades over time, each serving as a tool to tackle some specific task (maybe several). As with any tool, shoddily-constructed ones are to be avoided. Knives in particular for obvious reasons. Enter Blade HQ, “Gear Up For Adventure.” The Lehi, Utah-based vendor of knives and other outdoor products helps steer customers away from crap and towards quality. From their Facebook page:

Gear up for adventure at www.BladeHQ.com! We love knives as much as our customers do. Knives make up the bulk of our store, but we also carry a wide variety of other outdoor products to help you gear up for whatever adventure is coming your way.

Founded in 2003, Blade HQ boasts a large number of knives in its inventory. They carry well-recognized brands like:

• Benchmade
• Boker
• Buck
• Cold Steel
• CRKT
• Gerber
• Kershaw
• SOG
• Spyderco

In addition to a number of other blade makers I’m not familiar with.


“Blade HQ Shop Tour- Where knives come from”
YouTube Video

Besides knives, BladeHQ.com sells:

• Knife Accessories
• Outdoor & Survival
• Multitools
• Pocket Tools
• Axes
• Throwing
• Saws
• Flashlights
• Keychain

Prospective customers can search products by:

• New Arrivals
• Exclusives
• Coming Soon
• Brands
• Designers

In addition, there are “On Sale” and “Closeout” sections on the website.

Blade HQ does offer price matching. According to their site:

BladeHQ will match any competitor’s price on identical “in stock” products from competing online stores at time of purchase.

For all domestic orders over $99, shipping is free.

The Blade HQ gang even buys rare knives and knife collections.

Blade HQ has been an Better Business Bureau accredited business since 2006, and is rated “A+” as I type this.

Interested in purchasing a knife or outdoor-related products soon? Check out Blade HQ via the banner ad below and see what they can do for you. Please note that by clicking on the ad and purchasing a product, I receive a commission from the sale.

Blade HQ Knives

By Christopher E. Hill
Survival And Prosperity (www.survivalandprosperity.com)

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