MinimalBloke wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 14, 2020 3:29 am
I purchased it via Amazon in December last year.
It was actually a replacement as the first had a stuck pocket clip screw, it just spun round and round in the handle.
To be honest, I am starting to doubt its authenticity. Are there any obvious indicators (aside from the terrible edge) I could look out for?
Your best bet would be to take some more pictures, as well-lit and clear as possible, and then e-mail those to our Warranty & Repair Department (firstname.lastname@example.org
). Include the information that you've posted here and ask if they can authenticate the knife. It's not always possible to authenticate through pictures, but our crew will do their best. Our W&R team sees more counterfeits than most, so they are extremely knowledgeable and know what to look for. I think, at this moment, that would be the best next step. You'll be in great hands with our crew!