2010 - Testlab Outbreak - V. 623-62 - Anso available!
Proud to present the first Anso knives of 2010....Testlab Outbreak v. 623-62
I think this design is one of if not the coolest Testlab Outbreak project I have ever done....I have a very great feeling about this design and think it is a great start of a new millinium!!
As usual 5 will be made of this design in the test phase and the 3 shown here are available via lottery.
Specs of the folders: 3 1/2" blade in .200" RWL-34, 7 3/4" overall... .140" titanium frame. blade and frame beadblasted and stonewashed. All blades are assymetrically ground...high hollow on one side and medium high hollow with swedge grind.
These all feature a variant of my new "wafle" texture on G10. The blades are all etched with "Testlab Outbreak" The mark is etched deep, crisp and dark....just the way I like it...
I will because of the overwhelming interest be selling these via a lottery. To enter the lottery for a chance to buy one of these knives please read carefully:
Both knives are priced at $850 each
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and write "Available Outbreaks January 2010" in the subject. In the email you will write down which of these 3 your interested in. after 24 hours I will assign everyone who has contacted me with a "lucky number" for each of the knives he/she is interested in and let a random number generator pick the "winners". If you are only interested in 1 of these you get one chance...if your interested in two you get two chances etc. Hope this makes sence....BUT please specify which your interested in or if your interested in them all...!!
Finally a note for the European readers....these prices do not incl VAT TAX...so if you live inside the European Union please let me know when you contact me!
Contact me at email@example.com for further information and to be put on the newsletter list for new Outbreaks. Also check out the Outbreak site at http://www.testlab-outbreak.com
ok lets see them...!
Knife A with Orange/black G10:
Knife B with Yellow/black G10:
Knife C with Green/Pistacio G10: