Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Plain Ti Keytons

Hey Folks, Hope everyone is doing well this week. It's warming up and getting a little muggy here in New England and we're getting into black fly season. I've been slowly working on a variety of projects but have been besieged with seemingly endless delays, distractions and small frustrations this spring. So it's been a little slower than I intended lately...but that will be changing soon as I'm finally making some headway and getting in some shop time. Still a lot to do in the weeks ahead though. Anyhow, today I have more titanium G2 Keytons completed. These are simple and plain with a light bead blasted finish. No stamps, no colors and no patterned ones yet but those will be coming in future waves. They do however have an extra grind on the lower pry tip. The plain ti Keytons will run $65 plus shipping and they are gone, Thank you! Thanks as always for stopping by this evening, much appreciated!

25 comments:

Kemtitec said...

Got one!

Jason Simmons said...

Thanks Peter, I wonder if I got the last one? Man your stuff goes so fast and I was just fortunate enough to get my first Atwood today!

vegassprky said...

Waiting on a Roid. Gary :>)

Jonniemel said...

How do I buy one? Where's the link?

Genjokoan said...

sigh ... this is almost as frustrating as trying to buy a Hinderer knife.

Jonniemel said...

How does this site work? Where are these links to purchase?

symphonyincminor said...

The link went to where everyone and everything eventually ends up: the Void.

BullRome said...

I love these Plain Ti Keytons! Didn't get one this time, but will keep trying. Congrats to all those who managed to snag one of these beauties.

Justin Akerfelds said...

Yet another tool I have missed out on. Damn!

Maybe someday I will be lucky enough?

ultramarine said...

You know that cat of yours probably thinks your crazy for putting stuff on him and taking pictures. Next one you should see how many he will let you put on him. :)

MMMor said...

hey guys....
missed it... :((
how can i see the purchase link??
if i linked with my Google Account is it ok?
thx....

Peter Atwood said...

Thanks guys! Had to shut down the computer because of thunderstorms last night so just catching up on emails this morning.

MMM-The reason you don't see a purchase link is because the sale was over in 10 minutes and then I removed the link after the sale was over.

Kemtitec said...

Peter, Who made your livery button?

Peter Atwood said...

I don't know the maker, got it on Ebay a couple years back. I have some really cool ones but I liked this one because to me it symbolizes a conqueror. :D

Unknown said...

any left, peter!? can't believe i missed it!

Zag96 said...

Okay, I've been going back and forth on pictures, but I can't see the extra grind... Where is it? The Ti Keytons are great and sometimes plain is a good thing. Congrats to those who scored. For those new visitors that missed out, take a look back at older posts just to see that you're not alone as many before you have gone through this Atwood Cyle: 1) find awesome new EDC tool site 2) get confused because everytime you see something new it has already sold out 3) re-arrange your life in order to stalk planet pocket tool 24 hours a day 4) feel like you will never get to actually hold in your hand an actual Atwood 5) tell yourself you aren't going to torture yourself and will try to forget you ever came here 6) realize you can't stop checking this site everytime you use your computer/smart phone 7) finally see the elusive "sale link" and score your first Atwood 8) realize you are addicted and possibly seek professional help 9) laugh as new people arrive at #1 knowing what they are about to go through We've all been there - it is frustrating at times, but still a lot of fun!!

Peter Atwood said...

The extra grind is on the lower end near the lanyard and you can't really see it from this angle.

ChiefKeefe said...

Zag96, you only forgot one thing, like Nicholas Cage's character in raising Arizona when he finds himself driving by stores with no real plan to rob them; going to eBay and looking at sales of items marked up 300%. There was one with a handful of Atwood items the other day with a starting bid f just under $1000. I emailed the seller to ask what he wanted for just the Big Shot and received a reply stating that none of the items would be sold separately. Can't blame a guy for trying. Great advice you gave though to the noobs. :)

RyGuy said...

Okay I'm new to this blog...got your link from another blog. Looks like I missed out this time around judging by the comments. I'm guessing from the comments I missed this one....I'll have to start checking everyday. Noob question time, are these things any problem for a lefty? Or are they ambidextrous?

T3XNMILITI4 said...

i want one :( i always miss the sale

Kemtitec said...

Would not be surprised if one of these ended up at the MOFA.

conpilot1 said...

Hello Peter,
New admirer of your handiwork and very unique pocket tools here. Turned on to your stuff through a motorcycle forum friend of mine. Great stuff and I hope to acquire a piece of yours' soon. Really interested in a Sporkula one of these days. Nice stuff!!

titan said...

Interested in the g5

Arty Rhizhiy said...

+1 for G5!

Jon Fauver said...

Any hints as to when the next post will begin? Looking forward to a chance to actually hold one of these pieces instead of looking at pictures online :)