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DDGator
07-12-2007, 21:33
Just picked up one of the Spyderco Pacific Salt folding knives-- the H1 steel and titanium folder that is guaranteed not to rust.
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<DIV>http://spyderco.com/catalog/details.php?product=128</DIV>
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<DIV>This is supposed to be the best edge-holding steel that is truly rust proof--hardened with nitrogen instead of carbon.</DIV>
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<DIV>I bought this primarily to bea kayaking knife, but will dive with in in my BDC pocket as well.</DIV>
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<DIV>I will let you know if its true... http://www.scubatoys.com/forum/smileys/smiley2.gif</DIV>

Jason
07-12-2007, 21:36
Just when we thought Nitrogen was our enemy!!

liuk3
07-13-2007, 16:10
I ended up getting basically the same knife, a yellow serrated H1 Salt. However, it looks like there is a tiny bit of rust or tarnish on it. I will wait and see if it spreads over time. If it does, I'm going to send it to Spyderco since I heard that they will replace it if it does rust.

DDGator
07-13-2007, 16:29
Dang this thing is sharp though. Getting ready for a trip tomorrow and I was cutting open the shrink wrap on a case of 20 oz. bottles of water. After running the length of the wrap, I brushed across a bottle and slit it right open with little effort! Keep these things away from your fingers!

ertechsg
07-14-2007, 08:04
I brushed across a bottle and slit it right open with little effort! Keep these things away from your fingers! And the bladder on your BC

the gooch
07-14-2007, 15:13
$92 for a knife---ouch

mirek
07-14-2007, 20:04
I got one for $51.00 shipping included.

Joew
07-14-2007, 20:07
I got one for $51.00 shipping included.


Where did you find that deal?

DDGator
07-14-2007, 20:22
I got mine for $54, including shipping, on eBay.

mirek
07-14-2007, 22:37
http://cgi.ebay.com/Spyderco-Salt-1-Knife-Yellow-Handle-Serrated-C88SYL-New_W0QQitemZ330146351836QQihZ014QQcategoryZ63800Q QssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

techgnostic
07-18-2007, 00:27
Dang this thing is sharp though.
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<DIV>That's the primary concern with knives. Responsible divers don't take the risk, they just blast the fouled line with HP air until the obstruction melts away. :p</DIV>