K9 Knives Warranty & Performance Guarantee

Discussion in 'K9 Knives' started by Daniel Koster, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. Daniel Koster

    Daniel Koster www.kosterknives.com Knifemaker / Craftsman / Service Provider

    Oct 18, 2001
    Preformance Guarantee:

    K9 Knives are made to cut and cut well. These are high-performance knives, not edged prybars. Both Tom and I are known for our mad sharpening skills and efficient grinds and you can expect the same from K9 Knives. :thumbup:

    We want you to use your K9 Knives hard and often!

    Replacement Policy:
    Short of intentional abuse, we will guarantee every K9 Knife to perform as expected and outlined above.

    Repair Policy:
    We will also repair any knives damaged/abused, and resharpen/regrind for a small fee + s/h.

    In short, we stand behind our knives 100% - Satisfaction Guaranteed!!

    Fine print: This warranty WALKS with the DOG (regardless who owns it!)


  2. Tom Krein

    Tom Krein

    Feb 11, 2003

  3. cybrok


    Aug 7, 2005
    Ok, I take away what I said about the used car seller. This sounds better :)
  4. lefthandblack


    Jan 22, 2004
    Awesome! This is gonna be the start of something big you guys.

  5. VoxHog


    Oct 6, 2007
    Just what I hoped to see in a warranty. Kudos!
  6. rooikat


    Jun 17, 2004
    Excellent warranty.
  7. Maqua


    Jan 21, 2005
    Sounds good...I'm really looking forward to this blade. :thumbup:
  8. cerberus


    Jul 19, 2000

  9. What about normal Resharpening for those that haven't evolved in that Skill?
  10. Tom Krein

    Tom Krein

    Feb 11, 2003
    The will be a small charge for resharpening.

  11. AfterTFD


    Oct 28, 2007
    Are there any sharpening systems or techniques endorsed by K9 knives?

    A small fee is generous, but I'm sure you guys would rather we be able to use your knives all the time and still keep them in good working order without having to ship them across the country.
  12. efgh965

    efgh965 Banned BANNED

    Feb 16, 2009
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  13. Tom Krein

    Tom Krein

    Feb 11, 2003
    The small charge is really only to cover return shipping...

    The Spyderco sharpmaker is a good system for those that are not familiar with sharpening freehand. This system works best to keep your knife sharp though. Don't let it get really dull or you will be there for a while.

    IF you can sharpen free hand I recommend Diamond hones, finishing with Extra Fine. You can also touch up after this with a fine Ceramic stone if you want it a "finer" edge.


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