I quite agree. Not my most anticipated magnacut model, so I’ll probably skip this one. Magnacut is probably a better fit for the way I use my N5S, but probably not enough to justify the bath I’ll suffer to replace it.ladybug93 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 07, 2021 12:44 pmi like my native salt, but i find it to be a little too thick to be enjoyable to use. i would've rather seen magnacut go into almost anything else, besides a shaman. that said, i know a lot of people like the native, so i imagine this one will be extremely popular.
Look on the upside! You can fly faster than a speeding bullet to SFO pick one up at release. While this flat lander will be wringing his hands hoping to get one before selling out . You are so lucky ! Regards MG2
I think I know someone who can test whether Magnacut is salt worthy or not
bleasure wrote: ↑Tue Dec 07, 2021 1:20 pmCALLED IT :self hi-five:
Now I'm curious - this is obviously an endorsement on par with H1 and LC200N. Larrin had ranked his own design below those two in stainlessness on the original post, & equated it with Vanax IIRC. Spyderco obviously has done quite a bit of testing. I'd love to know what they found, esp. the comparative results regarding when it's possible to get these steels rusting. For someone who tends to appreciate "semi" stainless steels ala cruwear, I am fascinated by the freakishly stainless ones. Has anyone run thorough or even controlled comparisons across these four?
It should be one of these...steelcity16 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 07, 2021 12:45 pmKind of a bummer that it doesn't appear to have a cool logo like LC200N or H1. While I typically dislike blade markings, I really enjoy those logos on my Salt blades!
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