7 Last Minute Knife Gift Ideas Under $50

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Now, the good news. KnifeCenter.com has over 15 different sales running, with dozens of options at every price point. If you’re working on a budget, here are 7 last minute knife gift ideas under $50.

Leatherman Skeletool
The Skeletool holds sway over the multitool community for good reason. When it released fans couldn’t get enough of its lightweight construction, simple but useful selection of tools, and eye-catching style. It appeals to knife fans as well as anybody in need of a useful, compact multitool around the house or in the shop.

KA-BAR Tactical Spork
The perfect novelty stocking stuffer, KA-BAR’s Tactical Spork has been an irresistible impulse buy since it released. But it isn’t just a gimmick. Well-built and easy to carry on camping trips or hikes, and packing two useful utensils, you may find yourself using the Tactical Spork more than you thought.

Kershaw Oso Sweet (KnifeCenter Exclusive)
The simple, stylish Oso Sweet is a Ken Onion design that has flown under the radar. But even those new to knives will appreciate the utility-oriented 3-inch blade and classic, ergonomic Ken Onion handle. The Oso Sweet has never looked better than in the KnifeCenter exclusive black blade/orange handle configuration.

Schrade Push Dagger
Credits to Schrade for cramming a lot of features into this budget-friendly design. A 3-inch, double-edged blade, full-tang construction, and serviceable 8Cr13MoV steel make this a go-to option in the entry-level push dagger market.

Kershaw Emerson CQC-5K
The CQC-5K offers a perfect mix of Emerson style and EDC-friendly size. It’s a perfect introduction to Emerson’s style and Kershaw’s rock-solid execution.

Cold Steel Urban Pal
Cold Steel took a different approach to the push dagger concept than Schrade. The Urban Pal is just that: a pint-sized, go-anywhere self-defense and utility tool. The serrated single edge helps with basic cutting tasks and also gives users with a tactical bent peace of mind without frightening those around them.

Kershaw Spoiler
A 3.75-inch SpeedSafe tanto blade does all the talking on this Kershaw design. The larger size means you get a full-length, comfortable handle without any compromises, too. Kershaw does budget liner locks well, and the example on the Spoiler engenders confidence with reliable, rock-solid lockup.

Knife featured in image: Leatherman Skeletool