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Discussion in 'Knives' started by DuncMan, Dec 27, 2015.
IMG_1763a by Quod Erat, on Flickr
This thread is fast becoming one of my favorites, keep 'em coming! I should have a new watch to share on Monday, but no new knives sadly. Will have to make do pairing the new watch with something currently in the stable.
Basic EDC | On Person Carry | Skinth Loadouts | Backpack | Bail Out Bag
Here's a few I just need a couple more knives for the rest.
This is my Wilson Watch Works Automatic Sport and a Marfione Custom Knives Anax TKI 2015 with my morning cup of coffee (Peets).
There are some serious knives here!!!
Cheap knife+Cheap watch, so i won't cry on them when it gets dirty and beat up from work!
Wow, this thread kinda died. Time for a necro-bump...
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Just picked up an Oris for Father's Day. #treatyoself
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My daily watch since February and my new EDC fixed blade. The lighting in my office doesn't show off the beauty of the blue dial. But that is what I like about the blue Omega dial, it goes all the way from black to a metallic blue.
OMEGA Aqua Terra 22.214.171.124.03.001 for those who care.
Tom Krein Cayenne
@Dingle1911: ^^ +1 on both! Sure would like to see how you sheath the Cayenne...
Moshe ben David
The Cayenne came with a simple kydex sheath which I feel really completes the package. The knife snaps in with a lovely audible click, the draw tension is just right without having to pull too hard to draw, but not having to worry about it falling out. There is no rattle in the sheath. The whole setup is very light weight. I choose to carry around my neck and it never feels too heavy or uncomfortable. I use a plastic S-Biner in line with the paracord because they have a low breaking strength.
PS - I kept a watch in the photos to maintain the subject matter of the thread.