Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Five Flute Lanslides

Howdy folks,

OK, I have some titanium 5 flute Lanslides done today. These are plain satin. I have more coming which will be anodized blue but none are done yet. I also have copper ones coming later this week. But today I have plain satin...these run $15 plus shipping.

Plain satin are all gone, thank you! :)

13 comments:

Patrick said...

Bingo! Thanks Peter.

AdaM said...

Are these stamped with any of your Atwood logos?

Peter Atwood said...

They are not stamped, way too small.

AdaM said...

I figured as much, but wanted to check. Thanks!

Dan said...

Been waiting for these for weeks. And wouldn't you know it, I get stuck in all day meetings at work and miss out :(

QVolve said...

Thanks again Peter!

Fire said...

Damn, another miss :0(

Emily said...

okay, i have to know, what are these? what do they do/are they for?

thanks!

Peter Atwood said...

These are Lanslide beads. They are used on knife and tool lanyards as a decorative bead, or with their little cord as a zipper pull on jackets or duffel bags. I have heard of people putting them on Pandora bracelets or tying them into paracord belts, bracelets and necklaces.

James said...

What can't they do?! ;)

Haha! the girlfriend's mom asked the same thing when she saw a row of them in my liqueur cabinet with my Big Shots. It was one of those I feel like a little kid explaining why my pocket's packed full of dirt moments.

And before anyone asks why I was drinking with her, it was Thanksgiving and she was grabbing some rum for the nog!

JPimTools said...

Peter...I know this is probably a really stupid question but...I just got the 2 Landslides, which are great, and went to put one on my Locknut Monster, but had to untie your knot and can not get it back the same.It seems so simple but can't do it. Does this knot have a name so I can get some instruction on how to tie it. Totally embarrassed.

Peter Atwood said...

Hehe, yes, here is the link:

http://www.atwoodknives.com/home/16390018.php

JPimTools said...

Thanks Peter...got it! and it was way easier than I was making it. Very cool.