Ben336 wrote:I didn't see where it was said that there was going to be a titanium version.
I presume you're talking about the Raven which I haven't tried yet but I thought the same about the Crow the first week I had itEvanB. wrote:I got one a couple of days ago. Color me impressed. Ergos and size are great. Honestly, it's what I hoped the Stretch would be. The only thing I can find fault with is that the jumping, especially on the thumb side, is not sticky at all. I think a Spydie version with nested liners would be a hit.
Thank you Sal for taking the time to write back.I am a mechanical engineer trained in designing and I meant every word.I can recognize a good design when I see one and Crow is indeed a refined design.I really like all your in house designs and for as long as you will continue designing Spydercos I will continue buying them I only hope you will be able to implement the Sandwik steel in the Byrd line and not only.sal wrote:Hi Elena,
Of course I did. So did Eric. We are 100% hands on when it comes to ALL models, from the beginning with the design to testing production pieces.
Thanx for the kind words. The Raven and Crow were my designs and I spent a great deal of time refining the design and working with the maker. Getting BD1 made in the US (with Carpenter) and into China was also something with which I spent a great deal of time. He was the first in China to heat treat BD1 properly. We will be making more designs with this maker. ( 2 in-the-works )
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