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Fellow Permies,
You have been great to me in the past.  I have a new folding grafting knife which includes a locking blade with a single bevel (left and right models available) .  Email me at info@trulygarden.com for 50% off coupon on Amazon.  I am hoping you will write an honest review.
Send an email and I can give the details.

thanks,
Patrick

PS I plant a tree in Africa through Trees for the Future with every sale and review.
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Ooooh! Very nice! The curved pruning knife of yours is also very nice and sharp. Embarrassedly, I don't know how to graft or use the curved knife. What are the different uses for the curved vs straight blade?

Oh! And I just wanted to give a big shout-out to Patrick's products. His Hori Hori knife is awesome, and comes with it's own sharpening kit and sheath, and it has a full tang. It's a seriously epic tool.

His pruning shears are as good as the fancy felcos (I have both). These cut through inch thick dry and seasoned cedar sticks!

His headlamp is the best headlamp I've ever owned, and we have a bunch of headlamps! It holds it's charge really well, is super bright, charges fast. I once lost the charger for a few months, and even lying around dead for a few months, it charged in a few hours and is still super bright. I love my headlamp so much that I got one for my father for his birthday, and he loves his, too.
 
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Are you still selling the pruners, Patrick?

I was looking into getting those and the knife possibly if they are still available?
 
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Hey Steve,

I apologize for the late response.  Patrick has switched factories on the pruners due to some quality issues that started coming up.  We will be doing a relaunch on the pruners later this year as well as some new product launches soon.  Look for upcoming permies posts on all of that. :)

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