Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Plain Ti Wrunts

Good afternoon everyone! Hope your week is going well. It's a bit gloomy here this afternoon but at least the temps are comfortable.

So, the party continues. :D Today I have more stonewashed titanium Wrunts finished. I decided to leave these alone and not do any colors because I know there are lots of folks who like them plain. Indeed these would make great user pieces. The grinds are like the first couple of batches and there are even more variations in this group. I was having fun with them... :)

Anyway, these are once again a bit limited in number so it will be a one per customer sale. They run $65 plus shipping and the link is below...thanks for dropping by!

Sold out , thank you!



27 comments:

seric said...

This is, the Wrunt I've been waiting for.

Marc Koven said...

Yes! Two for two, today and yesterday! I must have been a good in a past life!

saltydog said...

Wow! posted at 2:53 and it's now 2:58 and... still missed out!

rickinFL said...

I'd say the one in the photo should go to FLORIDA. Very very nice Peter. I love plain finish.

Thank you.

Unknown said...

Looks like I got lucky today. Looking forward to my first Atwood.

Jerry said...

Missed...

Jason said...

My first one! Looking forward to using it. Thanks!

taggart_lumpy said...

I keep missing it
Bleh

tamaders said...

My first tool also ... I'm pumped! These look great.

CW said...

I've been missing , but today I'm STOKED:)$$ thanks Peter, you da man

CaptinRedBeard said...

Man, I was waiting for this one. Missed out while I was sleeping (I work nights).

Zag96 said...

Mmmmmm grinds.... Nice as always, Peter. Congrats to those lucky enough to score!

Justin Akerfelds said...

i might just have to cave in and buy from the aftermarket. for anybody not permanently attached to the blog, it is just way to hard to buy this stuff from here. maybe my luck will change in time for the prybaby semi-roids! *doubt.

anyways nice work again peter! your tools look amazing!

CXC said...

Missed out. And this one I actually wanted. Maybe if I knew what time of day a sale would take place, or what day, I would have a ghost of a chance of buying something. I can't check this blog every 3 minutes 24 hours a day...

Peter Atwood said...

If I announced when I was going to have a sale and when I would post it it would be over in two minutes rather than five...without becoming a factory with 10 employees there is no way I can keep up with it I'm afraid. However, for you folks who CONTINUE to complain about never being able to catch a sale I will repeat, IF YOU EMAIL ME I can hook you up with something and I'm more than happy to do so. ;) Thanks!

CW said...

Win Some,Lose some...Thus is life right? Like life take it in stride & ride the wave...

electromage said...

I'm so irritated by this process. I understand that you're one man, and you love what you do, but I've been following your work for years, and still don't own anything you've made. I'd love to, but I can't sit around all day every day hitting F5 to catch a sale. I also don't feel like paying the super-high second-hand prices that people demand for your stuff. I understand why the prices are so high, because of how hard it is to get your stuff, it's just irritating. Why don't you take reservations for something like this, and pre-sell a few hundred, and then fill back-orders? I'd be happy to wait for something, but it's such a small window that people get to order, I can't time it right.

Easy Wind said...

Stick to your roots, Peter.

ultramarine said...

Apparently people don't know how to read. You can't please them all Peter, but you sure do try.

BullRome said...

I think a big part of my Atwood addiction is how sales are done! I like the process. Keep up the good stuff, Peter!

Jon Fauver said...

Things that come too easy are never appreciated as much as things we have to work for.

After weeks of frustration at missing sales, I just hit two back to back. Waiting with great anticipation for the arrival of these fabled "envelopes" that until now seemed nearly un-obtainable.

The dice were an excited purchase, this Plain Ti Wrunt is exactly what I have been hoping for.

As frustrating as the misses are, the gratification of a score makes them all worth it.

Thanks Peter

rbobby1 said...

Peter has been great responding to my emails. If he had something available I wanted he would hook me up for a purchase. If he did not have it he would let me know. The process is fun on PPT and I hope he keeps it the way it is. I will not buy from the secondary market. I buy pieces I will use....all my bags and tags are in a drawer somewhere. Thanks Peter cool stuff.

DB said...

Peter has always gone out of his way to hook people up, myself included. Sometimes you just miss out, no big deal. It's not like you just missed the last thing he will ever sell. The whining needs to stop, people. He could decide to just stop being nice and offering stuff outside his official sales, so cut the man some slack! He's got lots of stuff coming, plenty of opportunity!

Kemtitec said...

Peter, which do you like more.
Sinn or Kobold?

Peter Atwood said...

I like them both. ;)

Joey said...

Full support of how you play your game, Peter! Patiently waiting for the day you make a Metric Ti Wrunt for those of us living in that little place called "Abroad"

Keep up the good work!
-Joey

seric said...

I love mine, it's my new everyday Atwood.