BladeHQ tests Spyderco Salt Series knives against the Great Salt Lake

BLADEHQ tests spyderco salt

TTAK Knifemaker in Residence Will Woods has explained the underlying chemical and metallurgy processes behind rust. It is worth a glance back if you missed it or wanted a refresher. While some steels can not even handle everyday humidity in Tennessee, Spyderco uses H-1 steel, which replaces carbon with nitrogen to prohibit corrosion. It works in the ocean, but will it work in the Great Salt Lake?

BladeHQ wants to know:

One takeaway I hadn’t thought of… Just because your blade is made from freakish “super-steel”, it doesn’t mean the rest of a knife’s components are. Choose wisely.

 


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  1. PeterK says:

    I need to visit bladehq more often. But I’m not in Lehi often. Cool company, though.

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BladeHQ tests Spyderco Salt Series knives against the Great Salt Lake

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