That's what worries me.
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That's what worries me.
Anyone have issues with their Air due to the steel not being stainless?
Thanks for all the fine suggestions, folks!
I've been trying the Chaparral -- mine is the early S35V version -- and it's a slicing winner: small, light and elegant. Not quite as easy to clean the...
For pocket EDCing, so the Endura is out for me.
For slicing food - sandwiches, fruit and the like.
Is anything a noticeably better slicer than the Delica FFG for its size?
I'm also interested in photos with Dice and Techno, please.
To anyone who has the black Southard -- is the clip any different than on the original?
Love my Southard but my clip tried to stab me and I had to put her to sleep.
"Can I use my TUF-CLOTH treated knife to cut food?
TUF-CLOTH's dry bonded protection is non-toxic. The
bonding reduces any transfer to food items cut. If you plan
to cut food with a...
If you like these designs, the S30V versions pop up now and then on the resale market.
Not all of them had issues and the ones I own are much nicer than the current models.
BronislovasLTU, I met a lady from Lithuania.
I asked her American husband how to pronounce her name and he replied that he didn't know.
That puzzles me to this day......:confused:
I do wish they made the Salt 1 with a ffg grind though like they have available in the DF2 HI and if so, it would be a great slicer/food prep knife! :)[/QUOTE]
While the Delica is a classic, I prefer the Salt I for its wider blade, larger Spydie hole, ti clip, and handle style.
The fact that it is rustproof and even lighter weight are the...
I thought the new FFG Manix 2 was stonewashed -- untrue?
You both are willing?
What would it take to get you together!
The handle feels great in the hand. Love the ergos. The compression lock works even better than those on my Paras. The wonderful leaf blade is the closest I've found to the popular Strider shape but...
Spyder and Strider.
The newly issued FFG, stonewashed S30V Manix 2 -- does it have a shorter name -- has everything I want. Except for the weight.
I don't understand why this model still has solid liners. It weighs...
After admiring and enjoying the Manix XL and its skeletonized liners, I just don't get why Spydie wouldn't use skeletonized liners on the otherwise perfect new FFG Manix.
Which models in the middle and at the bottom?
I fell in love with the XL Manix when they reduced the weight, even though it's too big for me to EDC.
Now I'm eager to see the new, regular size FFG -- and I'll add the light-weight...
Are you referring to the newly issued, lighter in weight, stonewashed, S30V FFG?
You prefer the lightweight version to that?
Wow -- great designs, by a world-class manufacturer.
And beautifully photographed -- thanks, Mr. Blonde!
Thanks, Sal. Keeping prices low and making more product available sounds quite reasonable.
If need be, add a lottery.
Specs for the new black Southard say the blade is coated with a durable TiCN coating.
I found a thread from 2010 in which I had asked about blade coatings and Michael Janich provided some helpful...
FFG, tumbled finish -- and skeletonized liners, please!
That made a noticeable difference in the weight of the XL when it was skeletonized.