Fallkniven F1x Fixed Blade Knife
Fallkniven F1x Fixed Blade Knife
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Fallkniven has made a habit of creating durable fixed blades ideal for outdoor pursuits. The F1x doesn’t stray from that pedigree Read More

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MManalang
30
Nov 4, 2019
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5mm seems a bit thick for a 4” blade for me and with a low saber grind it might be a bit wedgy.
Nov 4, 2019
reswright
1155
Sep 21, 2019
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Hearing good things about this steel. One of these days I'll have to pick up a Fallkniven and see about this laminated cobalt steel. Anyone that has a recent Fallkniven, and say a N690 Co blade -- how do they compare to you?
Sep 21, 2019
Rudolph
165
Sep 19, 2019
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Glad to see working with Fallkniven has some perks formerly Mass Drop ,you have Knife Center ($208)and Knives Ship Free( $199) beat with price and photography on this one, and Knife Center is offering the dlc option for $49.00 extra. It's a shame the big fans probably went for the pre order , maybe you guys could could add a coming soon page ( don't know how much notice you guys get as to what is coming in) but this isn't the first time you were releasing a knife at the same time or within days of dealers ,the Kershaw mixtape just came out and your free shipping beats most dealers on that.
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Sep 19, 2019
reswright
1155
Sep 21, 2019
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They get very little love when they pull off a good price. I get that that used to be the raison d'etre for Massdrop, so it's just what some folks expect of Drop. That's human nature and not really anything had to figure out, but at the same time, it's worth a quick reframe. This is the internet. I buy things from around the world, we all do. If the floor expectation for Drop is that they must have the best price people can find, they're essentially telling Drop 'Have the best price available anywhere or GTFO'. Many retailers occasionally have a deal where they aren't making money, or are even losing a tiny bit per sale, because they want to pull people into the store or website where they are likely to also buy other things, allowing the retailer to recover their overall loss. This is perhaps most famous on Black Friday but the truth is that it happens with some frequency throughout the year, and in some stores, is always happening. It can also happen with coupons or coupon codes, with the idea being that it's worth offering a discount if in the end you attract a lot more people to the store to do their spending. So sometimes to have the best price on the internet, you have to beat someone's loss leading price, AND a coupon code from a third party like an influencer -- in other words, you have to lose more money on the deal than even those people are willing to lose. No one has a loss leading deal like this on their entire inventory ever, though. They sell their other stuff at the suggested retail price, or close to it, or with some sort of deal worked out with the supplier that kicks them back some money somehow, all of which allow them a fair bit of profit even when the loss leaders are accounted for. So people are just kind of casually expecting Drop to beat prices that those sellers are losing money on, on everything they sell, or they're going to give 'em an earful about how the price is two bucks and twenty seven cents cheaper at Arse Mart with the DNGLBRY coupon code. And when something like this is listed, none of those guys are running in going 'hey that's a good price, wtg Drop!' The reality is that if Drop is to have any hope at all of having the best price on some items, it's going to be selling others for a few bucks more a pop. I'm not interested in being in the business of lead blocking for Drop, they can stick up for themselves, but as far as I can see this is simply inevitable for reasons of basic economics.
Sep 21, 2019
Rudolph
165
Sep 22, 2019
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Oh , I complain quite often on here but almost always about the quality of knives that a lot of the big companies offer (I don't believe they have control over what comes in all the time , and you can see companies dump what they can't sell at times) . I in turn almost always try to acknowledge the surprisingly high quality knives that they themselves produce , collaborations with respected knife makers and actual production of the knives themselves and their sale at very fare pricing ( many times offering price reducing material options). This sort of time and effort are so rare to find online and especially when it comes to knives . I know the care taken with the knives doesn't stop with just the knife section , but extends through many of their categories ( collaborations even extending into current era electronics). At the risk of sounding corny ,it is really a special kind of site and I find myself mildly excited when I receive an " in the works" email. (And I will tend to complain about shipping dates but to be honest , I never waited longer than a week , and packages came way before the shipping dates.)
Sep 22, 2019
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