Quote from: J-sews on December 03, 2011, 01:41:52 AMIn real life, mine is about one shade lighter than true "black" (if that makes sense) Makes sense to me. Lesson from a paint retailer-NEVER judge colors from your computer monitor or a picture. What you see isn't going to be what you get. That being said, a deeper gray than the storm gray would be sweet. Are these only C2s?
In real life, mine is about one shade lighter than true "black" (if that makes sense)
Quote from: Gareth on December 02, 2011, 06:56:05 PMYeah, naked looks good too. Its like a Skeletool and a Juice had a baby.
Yeah, naked looks good too.
The blade in mine will take a very keen edge, but it dulls fairly quickly as well.
Quote from: Heinz Doofenshmirtz on June 01, 2012, 03:42:53 AMThe blade in mine will take a very keen edge, but it dulls fairly quickly as well.I am experimenting with this for a couple of weeks now and it seems that Juice's blade gets dull even without use while days pass. But, every time I sharpen it (every couple of days), it keeps its edge for a little longer. I don't know if this makes any sense or if it is possible, but it seems like juice's blade steel has some kind of "memory" and the more times you sharpen it, the more it stays sharp.