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SOGzilla Large Folding Knife

SOGzilla Large Folding Knife

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Really like the knife. Big handle feels good. It's pretty thin for the size, great for carry.
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We are still in contact with the vendor and just awaiting updated shipment estimates from them. We have a call scheduled first thing tomorrow morning and should get a bit more visibility in regards to when we can expect these individual packages to ship. We will update the group as soon as these are on the way.

Thanks for your patience and expect an update from us on 4/26 or sooner if something comes up.
We've been in touch with the vendor and they've let us know that they are still working to gather and package the group's order for individual shipment to each of you. We will continue to check in with them throughout the fulfillment process and update the group again as soon as everything is sent out!

Thanks for your patience and expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 4/21 or sooner if something comes up.
Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the SOGzilla Large Folding Knife and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.

As soon as the group's order is ready at the vendor's location, they will ship the individual orders directly to you. The current estimated ship date is 4/18.

We will keep the group updated throughout the fulfillment process. You can expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 4/15.

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Well, if you feel that way, enjoy the lower price !
For $20 U.S.D. I am not too worried about the design origins since it is a SOG . Normal warranty applies, and there is an element of quality assurance not normally seen at this price. All in all, a great deal.
$21.50 shipping? Wow, is weight calculated by gram for this drop for shipping? I've just purchased the Kershaw knife with a $11 shipment fee, the old trick of adding more to the shipping costs and making it appear you are saving about $20 is still alive and kicking here on MD unfortunately.
The MRSP is $43, with the two totals added together it is $42.49 a grand saving of 51 cents, I thought the idea at MD was everyone coming together to pool their money so we all equally benefit from a lower price, whereby you act as a middleman and negotiate a lower price as regards a one multiple purchase to yourselves, then pass on the saving to the customer.
What appears then is happening is one country where customers have purchased from, benefit more than other customers from countries nearer to the $20.99 price drop. I appreciate the price of shipping to different countries is going to vary and am not bemoaning that fact, the conclusion I've come to (And don't know whether i'am correct until I see other shipping costs), is that unless you are using a different shipping company from when I purchased a knife four days ago and the shipping cost was $11 now it's almost doubled to $21.50 for an item with virtually the same size and weight for the exact same journey? Then am I to conclude that this happens to every customer also wherever they reside, or is the higher price as reflected in the cost of shipping a decision you make to subsidise costs in other markets?
I feel my queries are valid until I'm informed differently to be fair, as I don't understand such a sharp increase is valid for the same shipping dynamic's, if this is so, what is the point of MD then to the customer if no financial benefits are to be had by all on an equal footing on price as we all contribute to the price together to benefit.
A 1 pound package sent first class mail to the EU is $22.50 from our post office. If that seems high it is because other retailers discount the shipping and roll the price into the items markup. I'm not affiliated with massdrop in any way, but am in the shipping industry.
I work for the post-office myself, I was looking at another knife here earlier on and if I recall correctly it was $6.50 shipping, there's such a great disparity between shipping costs. Don't get me wrong, i'am happy like many others that they have found a shipping company willing to ship to countries outside of the US, if there was an overall standardised shipping cost because all things being equal, there's not a whole lot of difference in size and weight between knifes, example, $6.50 $11.50. $21.50, different shipping costs, that's what is making me come to the conclusion that other markets are being subsidised and getting cheaper deals, from the increased cost of posting to other customers in different countries.
Everyone puts in together for a cheaper price, and this may not be the case depending which country you reside in that you are getting the same deal because of the inflated shipping rates.
This is really just a conclusion, because to be fair I've got no idea of prices elsewhere and could be totally wrong.
I recall seeing SOGzillas having an oval hole that was not "connected" so to speak - where there was a space. Is this a 2nd generation SOGzilla? They must have changed the design.
I remember this, too. I always thought it was to be some sort of Emerson wave alternative/knock off feature.
Shipping to Europe is more than the knife?! 😳 Massdrop should really explore alternatives....
No way fellas...that thumb hole is clearly an oval and not round. A totally unique design.
I know, right? Why not buy a Spyderco Byrd?
Wow this design is a total ripoff of the Spyderco Endura, no idea how SOG is getting away with it.
It's difficult these days to make simple, inexpensive knives that don't look like somebody elses, there are several mfgrs using round openings in blades.
Its more than just the round opening, it's the whole design in general. Same handle material and shape, lockback mechanism, incredibly similar blade shape and ergonomics. It's obviously intended to be a Spyderco knockoff at a cheaper price.
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