Ah, ok, I did not realize that the OP sent them in to SPYDERCO... can hardly believe that they "ruined" the knives...?Wartstein wrote: Really sorry for you! :
Which models where these? And will you get at least what you paid for them from whoever messed the knives up?
/ And I may recommend a Sharpmaker, so you can sharpen your SE knives yourself in the future - really no problem with this tool.
I was thinking the same, from the photos it should have been evident that they were pretty jacked up.
Yes sadly, the teeth were just worn too thin for a minor spa treatment, the photos were different from what was delivered and described
Ooof, that's a raw deal there. I can see why some buyers ask handwritten time stamps on online secondary sales now. It's not 100% foolproof but get you closer then without a time stamp showing current possession and condition.
Hi, S-3 ranch: