Don't start with my Caribbean >:(talesk wrote: ↑Wed Oct 23, 2019 3:00 pmThe Caribbean also needs to be updated...
From the site:
leaf-shaped blade is precision machined from LC200N- a nitrogen-based martensitic steel that holds and edge extremely well and is completely rustproof
Link: https://www.spyderco.com/catalog/detail ... -Leaf/1091
What about the Tusk? It uses the same materials, and has a marlin spike. Are these now going be demoted out of the marine use category as well? What about all the SpydieChef owners who have the original "Product Information & Warranty Guide" inserts in their boxes, which state that our SpydieChefs are SALT series knives? It feels wrong to me to have marketed the knife as a Salt series knife for all these years and now reverse course.
Yes, that would be my suggestion, too. Not sure about the stonewash, as the only Spydercos I’ve seen that on are the Maxamet blades, but definitely a smoother polish would probably help.
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