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Schrade IMP17T Imperial Stainless Steel 2 Blade Pocket Knife

by Schrade

List Price: CDN$ 71.93
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  • 2.7-Inch blade, 3.5-Inch handle
  • 400 Series Stainless steel
  • Celluloid handle
  • 2.5-Ounce
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Schrade IMP17T Imperial Stainless Steel 2 Blade Pocket Knife + Schrade IMP13L Imperial Stainless Steel Large 2 Blade Pocket Knife + Schrade IMP15T Imperial Stainless Steel 2 Blade Pocket Knife
Price For All Three: CDN$ 30.07


Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberIMP17T
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions6.4 x 8.6 x 15 cm
Item model numberIMP17T
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Pieces1
Weight70 grams
Length6.3 centimeter
Width8.6 centimeter
Height15 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB002AT39BQ
Best Sellers Rank #10,655 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight984 g
Date First AvailableJune 7 2012
  
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The "Trapper" features two stainless steel blades.

Product Description

Imperial Trapper, Black Celluloid Handle, 2 Blades

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Miranda Bennett on March 4 2014
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I ordered this knife to use for ceremonies as an Athame. It's beautiful and I think it shall serve me well. Thanks!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tom on Jan. 15 2014
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I expected very little from this knife given the fact that it was under $10. however, this knife is honestly great. Chinese made but good. blades are centered, nice backsprings, sharp factory blades, beautiful scales. I may have gotten lucky and just got a gem.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Theresa J on Oct. 11 2013
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When this knife arrived it cam with a ton of grease between the hinges. It was goopy and sort of gross. After wiping 90% of it away and cleaning it up, works well and there are no other issues.
I also purchased another folding knife from the same seller and the grease was also in abundance on it as well.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Schrade IMP17T Imperial pocket knife review Oct. 3 2013
By Bookman724 - Published on Amazon.com
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This knive was exactly as I had expected at a great price. I plan to buy several more for gifts and stocking stuffers. I rated it a 4 instead of a 5 because the handle sides do not mtch in pattern. The method of production for the cellulose handles is apparently difficult to control, but a better match could still be made.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
affordable May 19 2012
By E. Frazier - Published on Amazon.com
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this knife gets 5 stars, blades are sharp and tight, no side play, good fit and finish. clip point blade is marked "Imperial", other side is marked "IMP17T". spey blade is not marked. box is marked "Imperial schrade" , also marked Taylor Brands, LLC. made in china. it is very good for the price you pay. it would not be fair or informative to compare this to a 20, 30, or 100 dollar knife. i would recommend this to anyone who can't or won't pay out the nose for a high dollar knife.
BEAUTY June 28 2014
By lincoln - Published on Amazon.com
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THIS IS A GREAT LOOKING EASY TO SHARPEN LITTLE GEM. THE PRICE WAS RIGHT AND I CERTAINLY GOT MORE KNIFE THAN I PAID FOR. SOME FOLKS ONLY WANT MADE IN THE USA AND WHEN I CAN AFFORD TO I BUY USA. DO NOT LET COUNTRY OF MFG. KEEP YOU FROM THIS ONE.
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Made in China but Good Workmenship and a Quality Product...But Not Five-Stars Yet and Not a Case. Aug. 23 2013
By Gregory Durdle - Published on Amazon.com
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It's sure not made in the good ol' USA but being made in China it's made good and finished nicely. The blades work fine but not as smoothly as most knives made in the USA. I'll carry this Schrade Imperial IMP17T Stainless Steel 2-Blade Pocket Knife around in my pocket because I've seen far worse knives before that were made in the USA. For the price, if I lose this knife at least it’s not a $40.00 or $60.00 knife I've just lost. China is capable of making good products but it will cost just like it does in the USA. It's a Global Market nowadays so consumers need to adjust their expectations some or totally stop purchase any and all foreign-made products. If I want an expensive USA made pocket knife, I'll buy a Case pocket knife for 4 to 6 times more. I want to see what Taylor Industries L.L.C. can do for the once respected Schrade and Imperial lines of knives in the future and only then will I give this knife 5-stars rating if it’s deserving. The bottom line is this: For the money it's a good knife and anyone can afford a Schrade or an Imperial pocket knife now. Someday all of our knives may be made in China or another developing country where materials and labor are downright cheap. Until then look and buy wisely.

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