This was my first knife from Forseti steel and my first Damascus blade as well. The knife is great and comes razor sharp right out of the box. My only complaint is that the sheath isn’t the one advertised. The one I got was a horizontally belt mounted one that feels kinda cheap compared to the knife. That is my only complaint and I intend to buy other knives in the future.
the one I got was a bit shorter of a blade than i expected but definitely still worth it quality is great and handling is just as good
I purchase two knives knives is a piece of art I love it if you have any issue or any concern response is immediately I love it planning to buy one more knife to give gift to my friend thank you
The knife is great bit the shieth is way lower quality than advertised. I emailed them and I got a "sorry we can't help." Not a deal-breaker but plan to order one separately or make it yourself.
Impressive knife. It is lightweight due to how slim the blade itself is, and the design and material of the handle makes it very well balenced in the hand. It is wicked sharp out of the box. Purchasers who plan to put the knife to work in the field might be concerned about the lean blade, but at least the damascus blade is less likely to fracture compared to a D2 blade of the same style and width. I am, however, disappointed in the sheath that accompanied the knife and the company's lack of response to my request to exchange the sheath for another or the knife-sheath combo for another set that at least offered me a right-hand draw. I talked to a represenative and followed the process offered on the website, but there has been no response. I recognize the company states clearly that the sheaths which come with the knives are complimentary, but it seems reasonable to anticipate something that resembles the style of sheath depicted with the product on the website. The sheath that arrived was not remotely like the sheath depicted with the knife as advertised, and it was for a left-handed person. In short, I am not sure I understand concept or pratice of the "complimentary" pairing of sheaths with knives, especially when the knives in question are of excellent quality. A good knife should be paired with a quality sheath, and as most of Forseti's competitors do, the pairing should be done, not randomly, but with intention, and in such a way that the purchaser even has options for which type and what hand. This is not a difficult thing to accomplish. When Forseti steps up their customer service and diplays interest in offering a more well-rounded product, I will be back. Hey, it's a great knife, but now I need to go on another shopping expedition for a sheath that works for the knife, and I would have rather accomplished both things at once. Clearly, I did not read the fine print.