My thoughts as well! Add options for tip up and tip down carry for right and left handers too and maybe some more zdp-189, m4, m390, and XHP blade optionsOrion's Belt wrote:The compression lock. It is one of, if not, my favorite locking mechanisms. Also, more clips with the finish that can be found on the Gayle Bradley.
I guess I am just try elicit some feedback for Sal and company, so they can see what it is we like. Hopefully, it will aid in their decision making when they go to redesign their models or add new ones. I think it's great that the higher-ups at Spyderco read these forums. I am also just curious what things people like on their knives.Knutty wrote:OK, can we clarify? Are you asking how favorite models could be improved, or what new models we'd like to see? I don't understand: If you like the flow-through design of the Para-Military2, then ... what's wrong with the Para-Military2? My response was basically that I love the Para-Military2 and the Stretch, but the new feature I'd like to see would be simply to add an Emerson Wave to them... Not to have them redesigned or a new model added. It's not just semantics.
I agree, especially if paired with a flow through design. Super Blue tends to corrode pretty readily. I have a gyuto in this steel, and if I chop an onion and don't wipe it down with a couple minutes the edge is pretty much ruined. I am not complaining about the steel, as I feel the benefits more than make up for the lack of corrosion resistance. I feel Super Blue bladed knives could really benefit from flow-through construction, as it facilitates cleaning thus ensuring that the blade stays nice and sharp!PanChango wrote:I'd like to see more high carbon blade offerings.
I really dig the Super Blue. Easy to sharpen and takes a great edge.
Yup. The compression lock on the Sage 5 would make my day.Orion's Belt wrote:The compression lock. It is one of, if not, my favorite locking mechanisms. Also, more clips with the finish that can be found on the Gayle Bradley.