Izula Ant Swarm Packaging

Discussion in 'Counterfeits and Fakes' started by FoxRaine25, May 28, 2017.

  1. FoxRaine25

    FoxRaine25 Member

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    I ordered an Izula Ant Swarm knife, and it arrived in plastic clamp packaging. No ESEE knife that I have ever ordered has come in clamp packaging. Did I receive a counterfeit knife?
     
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    Did it smell clammy? Might be fishy:confused:
     
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    Strigidae Moderator Staff Member

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    Might post pictures if you can. Looking at the ESEE Website the clamshell packaging is an option for the izula.
     
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    Mike Perrin Administrator Staff Member

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    We are clam packaging some of the smaller knives like Izula and Candiru so very possible. Who was the seller? Mike
     
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    I purchased it off of Knifeworks. I didn't mention it in original post because I didn't want to falsely accuse anyone.
    I've ordered from Knifeworks a few times and have always been happy with their products and service. I was just really surprised to receive the Izula in clam packaging. All YouTube videos I've seen have the knives either in plastic bags or boxes.
    Thank you Mike for your response and clarification. And thanks for making amazing knives.
    Thank you Knifeworks for great service.
    May you all be blessed now and always.
     
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    Knifeworks is good to go.
     
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