Educating consumers about fake knives - any additional best practices?
This is such a great community, I've learned a lot from you guys about about the issues surrounding fake knives in general, and fake Spyderco's in particular. In the market I serve, scuba divers rely on their knives to protect themselves from life threatening entrapment situations, so fake inferior knives are especially dangerous. I created the following post to try to educate consumers on the dangers of buying questionable knives from questionable sources. I'd love any feedback you have on additional tips or best practices to pass along to consumers who aren't as well educated on this topic as this group.