p_atrick wrote: ↑
Tue Nov 06, 2018 4:21 pm
Yes. I want to learn how to freehand sharpen. So I got myself a cheap Tangram flipper. This way I can make mistakes and not worry about messing up one of my Spydies. Once I get a handle on this new way of sharpening, my Sage 2 will be my daily driver.
I cannot freehand sharpen to save my life, the more I try, the uglier and duller the knife becomes. I had to do something, or not own knives
When I bought my PM2 Blurple I was wanting to use my Tenacious for EDC because I couldnt sharpen freehand without ruining a edge, or a knifes looks. So I was worried about using the expensive knife that was so beautiful looking right out of the box.
^ BUY A WICKED EDGE ! You can maintain, and recreate factory edges that look the same, cut the same, and there even sharper!
People have even mentioned my edges before. “Factory looking”
It’s an investment, but it’s worth the piece of mind, and having a nice professional looking razor sharp knife all the time! And you could care less about dulling it, or using it.
I didn’t know what Spyderco was 2 months ago.. I just got in to this hobby of owning any knife in general. If I can do it, you can too!
Most people would probably die after having there knife look like this! This chipping, and damage was after accidentally cutting a steel strap.
THIS IS AFTER I fixed it on the WICKED EDGE! It’s a glorious machine!