Blade Bargain

This Just-Released Pocket Knife Is Already on Sale

July 22, 2019 Deals By

Of all the reasons to buy a knife — size, steel quality, price and the rest — looks, beauty, often rises to the top. And it should. It’s okay to be vain when purchasing a tool that you plan to carry daily, to match it to your watch or wallet or to go in the opposite direction with something bizarre and unconventional. Gerber’s folding Jukebox might fit into either of those categories, and despite the fact that it just came out this summer, it’s already on sale for 23 percent off.

The Jukebox’s 2.7-inch blade, which Gerber designed as an homage to the straight razors used by barbers, is accompanied by a distinct acrylic resin handle that comes in either tortoiseshell or marble. It has an extended flipper tab that creates a unique opening action and an integrated liner lock to hold it closed. These features, along with its sheepsfoot blade, ensure that it remains highly functional despite its overt showiness. The Jukebox doesn’t just go with the keys in your pocket; pair it with a bottle of Old Forester, vintage Ray-Bans, a custom Fender guitar or an Indian motorcycle.

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Tanner Bowden is a staff writer at Gear Patrol covering all things outdoors and fitness. He is a graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School and a former wilderness educator. He lives in Brooklyn but will always identify as a Vermonter.

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