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North Arm Knives - go for it!

Discussion in 'FEEDBACK: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly!' started by pertinux, Jan 30, 2016.

  1. pertinux

    pertinux Basic Member Basic Member

    Feb 1, 2012
    A North Arm Knives Trillium paring knife recently caught my attention here in another member's post, and I quickly ordered one of my own.

    North Arm Knives is a sponsor here at BladeForums, a Canadian company whose web site details and expedites the ordering process for those of us from the United States.

    [I paid via PayPal, which handled the exchange rate for me.]

    I ordered my knife on the evening of January 19th; it shipped the next day, January 20th, via Canada Post, was transferred to the USPS on 1/22, and was delivered to my home here in the eastern US on January 28th.

    I mention the above to highlight that the process went smoothly, to reassure anyone in the US who might have reservations about placing an out-of-country order.

    I chose yew handles for my Trillium based primarily on these two videos:



    Here it is:


    I love the clean lines of their logo, presentation, packaging....


    CNC blade treatment, so cool:

    Shipping Box:

    Highly recommended. :)

    ~ P.
  2. craytab


    Jan 26, 2012
    I have one too and really like it. Used it for dinner prep tonight. Look for a review over in the reviews and testing subforum at some point. The company was great to deal with. I had some questions and they got me straightened out right away. Watch their videos. That really pushed me over the edge and the exchange rate doesn't hurt at all!

  3. JohnWE


    Dec 7, 2013
    Why is my paring knife in your thread...?

    Great knives, good prices, great service.

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