What makes a good logo knife? It should be affordable, and it should have some large flat areas on the blade or frame suitable for logo imprinting. So we are very happy to present the Pazoda™ series. They're high-quality knives that are priced low enough to purchase in quantity, and have flat areas that are perfect for our "Company Billboard" imprinting by laser or silk screen. Or you can take any one to your local trophy house for personalized engraving.
The Pazoda™ is a stylish frame-lock folder with a 2.625" premium 8Cr14MoV blade, gray titanium nitride coated. The stainless steel frames are also given a gray titanium nitride coating, and then a brushed finish on the outer surface only, leaving an ample bright area for imprinting. The oval blade hole allows fast either-hand opening. A stainless steel clip is included. The Pazoda is available in both Razor-Sharp or Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated edges.
I bought this knife with the Serrated Combo blade about 3 years ago. I am a tool nut so I spent a long time picking my perfect pocket knife out for my second half of life. This is the one for me. This knife is built to last and do hard work. It is a good size and not too heavy in the pocket. It is very sharp and stays sharp. If you are a picky person about your tools, then you will be happy with this excellent knife.
2013-10-18 Higginsville, MO
This is a great knife with an excellent blade. However, after only two weeks, the inset ribbon on the handle started to rust.
2013-10-03 Miami, FL
I also received the 6480 from the NAHC. I am very satisfied with the 6480 PAZODA knife has it seem to be very well built quality.
2013-04-22 Pinehurst, ID
Received the 6480 from NAHC. I am very happy with this knife as it seems to be well built and has a solid feel to it. I'm going to order the Pazoda2 for my wife.
2012-10-19 montgomery, TX
Recently bought the Pazoda very happy with the quality..very well made ..my 4th CRKT knife very happy with all of them...razor sharp..quality steel..all though like the serrated blade better...