Hitachi Blue is a great steel for kitchen knives... as long as you're willing to deal with the rust issue.Spydergirl88 wrote:I would love a super blue or Hap40 spyderco chef's knife...
The blue paper santoku I've been using for years has a light patina but that's all good to me. All it takes is a quick rinse and wipe on a towel. In return you have a knife that's instantly sharp. I touch it up on the sharpmaker sticks from medium to ultra fine with very light pressure every 2 sessions or so and it's super sharp. Love carbon kitchen knives and if Spyderco makes a beautiful Super blue knife I'll be tempted. But bring on any folder in SB too coz I missed out..awa54 wrote:Hitachi Blue is a great steel for kitchen knives... as long as you're willing to deal with the rust issue.Spydergirl88 wrote:I would love a super blue or Hap40 spyderco chef's knife...
I have a few hand forged Japanese kitchen knives in blue 2, I make sure to wipe and then promptly wash them when I'm done using them, still there are a few stains and pits that weren't there when the knives were new.
Hopefully not, it had poor edge retention and a weak edge.dreadpirate wrote:Love my Super Blue Stretch LW. Looking for any more Super Blue offerings.
sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
How about using Super Blue for the dark blue Draginfly sprint?sal wrote:Easiest made in Seki. Lets see if we can get down on one model?
Another great suggestion! Depending on scale color I'd likely go for this instead of the Delica Wharncliffe HAP40 sprint that's supposed to be in the works.Spydergirl88 wrote:Wharncliffe Delica sounds good to me
Dark blue (NOT BLURPLE) G10!!!!!!!!!!PayneTrain wrote:Blue G10 Delica?