Kershaw Knife Warehouse Sale This Weekend in Tualatin

by Angela Davis on December 4, 2009


I’m sorry this post is going up a bit late! But it looks like there will be great deals all weekend!

Just a little tip for your readers about this weekend’s Kershaw Knife Warehouse sale. My husband looks forward to this every year – Kershaw makes great hunting and fishing type knives, but also wonderful kitchen knives. There are usually great deals on knife sets at the sale in several price points which make great gifts. I’ve had my Kershaw kitchen set for nearly 10 years now (bought it at the warehouse sale for about $50) and I still love them. Kershaw will sharpen them for free during the sale – another added bonus. Past bargain finds have been steak knife sets, bamboo cutting boards, and multi-tool sets. Last year we got a great set of knives and utencils with interchangable handles for camping – at less than half the retail price.

We’ve been early on Friday morning because my husband wanted first crack at the best stuff. We ended up standing in line for about an hour – but throughout the weekend they put out new stock – so not all the great finds are gone the first day.

Warehouse Sales dates and times: Dec. 4—9 am to 6 pm Dec. 5—9 am to 6 pm Dec. 6—9 am to 3 pm. The warehouse is located at 18600 SW Teton Ave. Tualatin Oregon 97062.

Thanks, Becki!

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Kirsten December 6, 2009 at 3:58 am

They had the Kershaw kitchen knives today – opposite side of the room from the scissor table.

At one point Friday afternoon the line to get in was 2 hours long. We waited around an hour this morning. Two chef knives and a bread knife for $50. I mainly use Henckels and am curious to see how these hold up.

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Beaded Thang December 5, 2009 at 4:12 pm

We went to the show yesterday afternoon. I was disappointed that they had no kershaw brand kitchen knives, only the other more spendy brand that they carry.

However, I totally scored with sets of 3 pairs of pink scissors in a zippered case for $22, and a set of 2 pink handled garden pruners for $20. Picked up a few pairs of each for my mom and sisters. The husband bought a variety of pocket knives – I don't know what he does with all of them!

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