It could also be a good way to expand Spyderco’s audience. I have been to a dozen stores in Anchorage and they all I see these cheap Ulus, everywhere. I was looking for something more than the $10-$15 cheap one but it was the best I could find.
Hi I actually own one of these from Benchmade in S30V Steel it is one of my favorite fixed blade knives, and sees quite a bit of kitchen use chopping, and is an excellent skinning knife for certain and if I need to cut frozen meat and am a bit impatient it handles it very well with good control and quite safely.bearfacedkiller wrote: ↑Wed May 19, 2021 5:58 amI would be interested. I have thought about making one out of an old circular saw blade. That seems somewhat common.
Bench made produced a hybrid ulu that looks like it would process game really well.
I personally would prefer to see one that is more traditional that I could use in the kitchen. Since I would be using it for food prep I would want it to be very thin. Definitely curious what a high performance ulu made by spyderco would look like.
The knife in question concerning using the Spidey hole is an older different model this model just reminds me of Benchmades less than correct behavior. here is an old thread referencing the topic. viewtopic.php?t=73291sal wrote: ↑Tue Feb 07, 2023 5:02 pmHi BeggarSo,
Thanx for the comparison pic. I designed an Ulu like that about 20 years ago, but held off.
I don't think it's a violation of our trademark. Do you know if Benchmade s still making it?
I think If we were to make one, I would prefer to be more traditional.
I think that is awesome Sal,
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