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For Sale Last batch of Serratas ever...Part One

Discussion in 'Makers Market' started by zackerty, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. zackerty

    zackerty Maker Plus

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    1. ITEM: New Serratas
    2. CONDITION: New
    3. EXTRAS: Kydex sheath


    4. LOCATION: New Zealand
    5. PRICE: all 210 UK Pounds and 30 UK Pounds shipping to anywhere on Earth
    6. DESCRIPTION:
    Investment cast 440c Serratas
    7. PICTURES:

    I will add weights and lengths later on...

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    Number 5 is SOLD...
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    Hi
    The pictures don't work on my iPhone.
    Is there a problem?
     
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    Nor mine I’m afraid.
     
  4. zackerty

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    I will reload them and see?
     
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    How does it look now, folks?
     
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    All good, pictures are showing now :)
     
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    Working now, thanks.
    Any chance of details / dimensions, please?
     
  8. zackerty

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    Sorry, just been a tad busy working two jobs.

    DocG, do you know the Serrata range and it's concepts?
    Happy to detail it.

    Dimensions:
    The overall length varies, from 225mm down to 185mm overall.
    Blade lengths are around 110mm down to 85mm.
    The widths are from 34mm down to 26mm.

    I know that these all are general measurements, and just a guide.

    The blade thickness at the handle/blade junction, are 5mm to 4mm, depending on the model, but thinner than the Spyderco licenced Serrata.
    I will do measurements on each knife, as well as weight, this Saturday.
    Thanks for your patience.
     
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  9. zackerty

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    The Butterscotch scales are G10, the blue scales are G10, the Olive is G10, and the black are black Canvas Micarta.
    Sheaths are Kydex.
    Bolts are stainless Corbys.
     
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    1 220mm long 95mm blade 33mm wide
    2 215mm long 110mm blade 33mm wide
    3 215mm long 110mm blade 32mm wide
    4 215mm long 115mm blade 33mm wide
    5 is Sold
    6 215mm long 112mm blade 33mm wide
    7 215mm long 98mm blade 29mm wide
    8 215mm long 103mm blade 33mm wide
     
  11. zackerty

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    Number 5 is sold, and Number 1 is on hold.


    For those folk who are waiting for me to drop prices?

    It is NOT going to happen.

    Every time I drop the price, it makes it devalue the Serratas that have gone before.


    The next part of this Final Batch will be more expensive, still to be decided how much extra.


    The rarity of all the Serratas ever made, will make it interesting to see what values they hold in future.


    Whatever Serratas do not sell, well, some friends and family will get interesting wedding, engagement and birthday presents for the interim.


    I am selling off non-knife items personal to me to clear my debt incurred by this project.

    Hopefully it will all pan out in time.


    Let the good times roll...
     

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