You gotta save it / keep it - But send Vic the photos and ask for compensation. Eg Another Huntsman - Trouble is I guess for that they'd insist on getting the old one back
I expect that they will be happy to exchange this smoking gun in order to erase it out of existence, but find it hard to believe that they will provide any compensation for just photos.I'm going to keep it, but find it frustrating that I don't really know exactly what's inside the pack (how bad is it?). Maybe I'll open it just to know. Maybe not. Blister packs can be VERY annoying.
This is really unusual. I would visit the Victorinox store and open the blister with the staff. It seems that the packer decided to update his knife.
Never been quite sure about this one. I bought it new something like 6-7 years ago so I know it's direct from the factory and was on a current card back. I understand that the Sportsman sometimes doesn't have a keyring, but the missing sewing eye on the awl has me confused. So; mistake or not? (Image removed from quote.)
Very good point KK - As I said - Hard to imagine how that could happen at the factory And there are some suspicious creases etc in the card.@MiniChamp - Can you have a look at the pack card to see if it has been opened and re-glued?If that is the case that is pretty dastardly deception by the eBay seller
This is really unusual. I would visit the Victorinox store and open the blister with the staff.
Blister packs with card stock aren’t the same as those that are sealed by melting the two PE layers together at the perimeter.
@MiniChamp - Can you have a look at the pack card to see if it has been opened and re-glued?
If that is the case that is pretty dastardly deception by the eBay seller
Hard to imagine how that could happen at the factory
...not a serious "error" but I noticed on a brand new Classic, scratches on the blade from the nail file blade?
On a silver alox Pioneer Apprentice in my little collection, I've a blade dated 03, like on a genuine Swiss Army knife of 2003....
No - Not an error - That's the new design for the nail-cleaner
Both of the knives are Manager's @work with the flash drive in them.The nail file on the left one is formed incorrectly. At first I thought it was a break, but after looking through a loupe, all sides of it are factory smooth.
Nice SAKs FB!
Is it? I can't tell if your wink means you're kidding or it means it really is the new design.Here are a couple of close up shots:(Image removed from quote.)(Image removed from quote.)
Wink means I am talking BS