Wartstein wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 15, 2019 11:06 pm
Don't know if they'll do Seki-knives in LC200N generally...?
There is already supposedly an LC200N Pacific Salt that has been in the works for a long time. And there was mention of an LC200N Dragonfly at one point as well.
I would personally love to see FFG LC200N SE and PE (and even some CE) as alternative variations to the H1 SE and PE Salt models, rather than replacements.
Just like there are multiple steel choices on many non-salt models, lets have the choice between H1 and LC200N on all of the Salts. Both are great and there are reasons I would choose one over the other for pretty much any task.
LC200N is great when you want a slicier FFG blade with arguably better edge retention than H1.
The current H1 PE blade is better if you want a more robust thicker blade for the added strength and toughness and you prefer the ease of sharpenability of H1.
H1 is also still the undisputed kind of serrations. Although I am very interested in trying some FFG SE LC200N Pacific Salts to compare. A FFG SE LC200N Spyderhawk would be amazing as well to compare to my H1 SE version.
Basically, lets see some Toxic Green FRN FFG LC200N variations on all of the Seki City Salt models without having to discontinue any of the current H1 models.