Could you elaborate?Knifeaddict wrote:I gaurantee contacting Spyderco would have resulted in a happy customer on this. I have always had a very nice experience when dealing with Spyderco. The lady I spoke to last time was so pleasant and accomodating and I was helped beyond expectation. what a great American company. !!
He's probably wrong. Spyderco is incapable of sending you an invincible knife that is incapable of being scuffed no matter what you do to it, which is clearly what you want.Scorpion wrote:Could you elaborate?
Sheesh nothing. You are not ready for a knife. Good thing you got rid of it. Next knife.......buy a plastic toy.Scorpion wrote:The bigger issue than the dings was the edge chipping. It was ripping not cutting. I can't afford a $60+ sharpening system so I took a $20 hit and moved on. Sheesh.
For a knife in the condition he's describing, he only took a $20 hit?David Lowry wrote:Sheesh nothing. You are not ready for a knife. Good thing you got rid of it. Next knife.......buy a plastic toy.
You had a $200 knife but you can't afford a $60 sharpening system? Riiiiiiiiight.
Dude's trolling hard!