Another inspiring knife but what more to bring to the table about the Pingo that has not yet been written either in Spyderco’s catalog or in captain Nemo’s great Pingo review ?
Here we go…
Parsley stem cut very neatly tree times thanks to the N690Co stainless steel full-flat ground blade. Next time i’ll have to test in supplement of parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme! More seriously recent outdoor chores have been cut a branch of mexican orange blossom and wisteria vine; really simple!
Lillian is jealous as Pingo gets along very will with Stitch.
Perfect baguette push cut.
Another tribute to 1966 (after Simon and Garfunkel) and to the first round debate of the last french presididential election: Pingo and pudeurs de gazelles!
Pingo and the pumpkins: the blade’s belly shape concentrates cutting power and Pingo sinks in with ease. Sorry Linus!
The wire clip enables Pingo to be snug real deep in the pocket.
Now we know whom Prokofiev’s three oranges really love!
Just before the soup, where is Pingo?
Pingo Star and the groupies!
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Many thanks Angelina; more in the brew…