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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post
    its not good qi to have so many sharp objects
    Knives made of Damascene steel have good qi lei...
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    Quote Originally Posted by netidolweb View Post
    You can try bladehq.com
    Hinderer knives quite expensive, 3" cost around US$900 or you can get alternative such as ZT 0550 , ZT 0560. Both are designed by Rick
    Ya, i will probably get the Zero Tolerance as an alternative due to its availability. Is it available in Singapore or do i have to order online?

    I'm also quite interested in custom knifes as some of them are real beauty. What (brand/model) do you recommend for a sub 1k piece that will possibly retain value or even appreciate in value in the future? There are so many brands and models that are so beautiful...
    Last edited by Z7Z7Z7; 27th December 2012 at 11:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post
    its not good qi to have so many sharp objects
    Yes, this is true & my master told me to place some @ bad area to ward-off sha-qi as well. It's about balance but to be honest most of the collection are kept away in the warehouse.

    Anyway, most of the people here are collecting new ones so it's not that bad. If you're into fengshui, just remember that when you move, the sharp objects must be the last to enter the new house.
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    the older blades which has tasted blood are more menacing . . .
    宁愿遇见丢失幼崽的母熊,也不愿碰上做蠢事的愚人

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    Just sharing a pic of the ZT 0551 that i own. Titanium framelock with Elmax steel

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    Hi Cutecdo, thats nice, do you buy to keep or use?

    I got one at bladehq today. It has some discount at USD$165. Now waiting for it to ship.

    Correct me if i am wrong, i think we cannot ship zt560 as it is flipper version.

    I may consider to get a LionSteel folder or a Chris Reeve folder too.

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    I bought it to use but i'm carrying the zt 0350 more as it is a little more flat in the pocket.
    The flipper can be shipped. My zt 0350 is a flipper.
    Just to clarify usd$165 is for the 0551 or 0550?
    I'm still looking to get my hands on a hinderer xm-18 3.5"

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    You have a nice pair of blades :-)

    The price USD$165 is for ZT0550. I also wanted to get the Hinderer XM-18 but the price is quite high and it is not easily available. If you see one please let me know too.

    Btw, here's the link where i saw that flick knife is prohibited. To play safe, i just ordered the non-flick one.

    http://www.spf.gov.sg/downloads/apd_...biteditems.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z7Z7Z7 View Post
    Hi Cutecdo, thats nice, do you buy to keep or use?

    I got one at bladehq today. It has some discount at USD$165. Now waiting for it to ship.

    Correct me if i am wrong, i think we cannot ship zt560 as it is flipper version.

    I may consider to get a LionSteel folder or a Chris Reeve folder too.
    stated in their shipping info dat they Singapore is on their 'restricted' list..
    anyway u can try knifeart knifecenter or monkeyedge for knifes..
    Hornest at east coast got some folders as well.. sheares also

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