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Knife Porn: Broadwell Custom Folders

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Most of the time we write about EDC folders in the $35-75 category. We all live in the real world, so we try to highlight quality knives that any working stiff can carry for less than a C-note. Once in a while, though, it’s time to dream big. Even if you can’t afford them, Broadwell Studios can help with those big dreams.

 

Image Courtesy Broadwell Studios If your spouse objects to dropping $2700 on the ‘Techno-Art’ folder above the jump, you can always agree to ‘settle’ for the $1200 ‘Arachnaphobia’ model  here. If you follow her shopping logic, buying the cheaper knife is just like finding $1500 laying on the sidewalk! How could she say no?

 

 

Discussion

3 responses to ‘Knife Porn: Broadwell Custom Folders

  1. Nice, for sure. My preference is William Henry Knives, not that I can afford most of those, either, though I do have a plain black one. Most expensive knife I’ve bought.

    • Losing a William Henry folder is what turned me off on expensive EDC knives forever. I still miss that knife. I do still have a couple of WH kitchen knives that were gifted to me, but while they are undoubtedly beautiful, they are unfortunately pretty much completely useless in a real kitchen.

  2. “If you follow her shopping logic, buying the cheaper knife is just like finding $1500 laying on the sidewalk!”

    A good standard rule, borne out to be true time and time again in my experience is this: “A man will pay twice as much for something he needs. A woman will pay half as much for something she doesn’t need.”

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