Serrations can be added to nearly any blade or even the spine of a blade if you prefer to keep the cutting edge in tact. Although serrations are more useful in the kitchen than in the field, they do have a very real purpose in certain situations. If you've ever tried to cut heavy rope that's not stretched very tightly, you know how hard it can be. Serrations grip rope, sinew or any other fiber that tends to just roll under a blade and add a sawing action that makes short work of it. That's why it's so poplar an addition on dive knives.
Pricing starts at $40 for serrations on the cutting edge of a small blade. Because of the large number of possible combinations of serration types, blade and spine types, you will need to Contact Us for exact pricing quote.