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Just when I thought Drop couldn't get anymore rediculous, they pull this stunt. I really thought I had seen it all, until I saw that Drop straight stole the picture from Bladehq and used it as their own for this drop. Drop, are you guys really that high and lazy that you couldn't take your own damn photo of the product? It makes me question just how many photos aren't genuinely yours? It actually makes sense now that I think about it, because half the time I look at what knives are available, there won't be pictures of certain key aspects of the knife. Like, showing the back spacing, or the pocket clip. It makes total sense now because you most likely stole whatever pre existing photos there were and just copy and pasted them to the post. Man, that is just the lowest of the low. Has Drop ever photographed products at all or is every photo stolen from other web sites? The suspicion now is highly in favor of the latter. Shame on you, Drop, shame on you. So dissapointing.
How do you know it’s not a stock photo supplied by the manufacturer and free to use for online retail? This is quite common.
Because the photo showing the size comparison to that specific bottle cap is unique only on the Bladehq website. Any knife collector or enthusiast that's been to the Bladehq website would notice that immediately. Also, when it comes to knives, stock photos from the manufacturer aren't as common as with most other products. The majority of websites that have knives for sale take their own photos.
Ah, I see. Thanks for the explanation.