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TOPS Knives 3 Bros Combo Set

TOPS Knives 3 Bros Combo Set

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I cannot for the life of me imagine a situation where I would need three different shaped knives, each with a 2 inch blade and 4.5mm thick. Why not just make one decent knife? I will say the picture of all three being carried on the belt is absolutely hilarious, so I'm not quite sure if this entire product is just some sort of elaborate and expensive knife joke. TOPS and ESEE both get away with charging entirely too much for 1095, and this is no exception.
"Hand me my knife" "Not that one, the other one" "No--the other one!! "Not that one!!!
I kinda like these small nice shaped blades , but then when the first paragraph ends with " wear all three of them if you have room on your belt" i thought ok a little odd but in my wildest dreams woud not have expected an actual photo of that scenario this is knife comedy gold , and I know someone will site you can still access your pocket ,can you wear them on your neck this way too, one for each hand and one in your teeth that's how I roll from here out.
Rudolph
What we really needed (and lacked the gall to ask for) was 6 blade types and a bandolier!!! Who's with me!
What's with everyone charging top dollar for 1095 lately??? What is this, they see the spyder-tax and think it's a good time to introduce a tops-tax?
Mungo
Wait. There was a time when Tops wasn't charging premium prices for 1095?! 😂
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Smokey Mountain has this set for $112.99 - with priority shipping, it's $121.98.
I'm seeing $60-75 apiece everywhere else. Seems like a decent package deal Edit : @fredfirth had better Google-fu than me today.... Apparently not a great bargain What concerns me though is..... 4.5mm thick blade stock on such short, short grinds? Not big enough to be for heavy duty tasks, but seems rather thick for smaller slicing tasks, no?
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Kavik
Agreed, 4.5mm on a 2in blade is ridiculous. I'm guessing they wanted them to be usable as tiny prybars? For battoning chopsticks? I give up.