*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!
Yeah, it seems strange that some of Spyderco’s more specialised designs are not more well known as high quality tools in the trades and activities that they are perfectly suited for.steelcity16 wrote: ↑Fri Aug 14, 2020 10:44 amAs said, the sharpmaker is a great tool and makes it easy. Great choice on the Tasman for gardening. For the life of me I can't figure out why they don't make an H1 SE Spyderhawk Salt as a production knife and try to market it to the gardening and landscaping community selling through online gardening purveyors?
The Byrd Crossbill is one model that might break my personal boycott of the Byrd models. I've yet to ever own one but the Crossbill is very tempting being I'm a big fan of Hawkbill blades.
Takuan wrote: ↑Sat Aug 15, 2020 9:52 amI have the 2018 sprint run of the Spyderhawk Salt with the orange handle and I love it. I would really like to see a Spyderhawk 2 released at some point with the same improvements that we see in the Tasman Salt 2 (4-way clip, bi-directional texturing, thicker scales, etc.). I’d also love to see some jimping added to the thumb ramp to improve the grip for wet hands.
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