Monday, October 21, 2013

SUSale: G2 Ghosts

Hi Everyone,

Well, I can tell you right now, everyone is in New England is total stoked for the Boston Red Sox! I'm really looking forward to the World Series this year. Go Sox! :)

I've been very slow to get back into the shop after my cold/flu episode and there have been numerous other family health issues not to mention a pile of other unrelated distractions that have been taking up my time. So those batches of SAE Atwrenches and G2 Ghosts are still sitting in the shop with zero progress towards grinding and finishing. Now that the weather is about to turn colder though I plan to get back on it and keep the ball rolling this fall.

In the meantime, I have a little batch of special G2 Ghosts that I have been saving. These are S30v steel and the same thickness as usual. I have given them a subtle Coral Reef pattern finish to spice things up a bit and they look really awesome, especially when the sunlight hits them. They come with a length of distressed bead chain for neck carry.

The patterned G2 Ghosts will run $75 plus shipping and there are a total of 18 of them. The link to sign up for this sale is below where it says "Patterned G2 Ghost Sign Up Link". Click on the link and it will take you to the Sign Up form. The Sign Up period will last for about one hour so will be over at 1PM Eastern time. At that time I will close the sign up and pick the winners at random and will send out emails, winners have 3 hours to get back to me or forfeit their turn. Please read the Sign Up Sale rules at the link below and it is ONE ENTRY PER CUSTOMER PLEASE. Thanks for stopping in everyone!

Sign Up is over, thank you everyone! I will post the list shortly...

List of Entrants

Sign Up Sale Rules


Anonymous said...

Are these steel or titanium?

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Peter Atwood said...

S30v Steel

Anonymous said...

It would be a fascinating experiment if just once you ran an auction instead of a fixed-price sale. With so much more demand than supply, it would reveal the REAL value of your work.

I'm sure you have your reasons for not doing this, but aren't you a little curious? ;-)

Unknown said...

Wow! I didn't know this type of pattern could be done on S30v steel. Very nice!

Unknown said...

Hey Peter!
As a former St.Louisan, I'm sorry to say i have to go with!!!!Go CARDS!
should be a fun series! I'd wish you luck but... How's bout dem CARDS ;D

Unknown said...

CXC wrote: "It would be a fascinating experiment if just once you ran an auction instead of a fixed-price sale."

The fascinating experiment has already been done; it's called eBay. I've been looking at the prices of various Atwood tools online and they pretty much double in value! Obviously there is more demand than supply. Econ 101.

Unknown said...

Dang it...when can we have some more of these?!