It is really hard not to notice what is currently going on in the secondary markets for GEC products. Although having knives that are highly sought after is a good problem to experience, we want to do everything possible to protect our customers that want current release GEC products for themselves. GEC has taken the
Our goals are simple. Find our customers the greatest value in quality knives made today. To achieve that goal we are not trying to be “all things to all people”. We have no interest in carrying every brand on Earth. We try and find the top values in each style. And then give our customers that experience of opening a box with a great product that will lend a sense of appreciation that their hard earned money was well spent.
Some know, some do not – but our son (Brenden) graduated high school last year in May and was diagnosed with leukemia (ALL) the end of June 2019. It was a devastating diagnosis to us even though it was the most common and most treatable type of leukemia. He has handled the last 8 months
Remember the day when you sharpened your knife, shaved a few arm hairs, then put it work. After a couple weeks you knew whether the knife was going to suit you or not. Well, these days premium steels are coming at premium prices; and it is good to have those numbers independently verified in a
9/9: Early Reserve get a new notification system We have introduced a new instantaneous and simultaneous notification system for when new items are added to the Early Reserve system. It is explained in the ERS system itself. 7/16: No More Credit Cards from Re-Shipping Customers Due to increased fraud via international re-shipping customers; if we
Well, come to find out, it is not easy to communicate with customers instantaneously and simultaneously. And if you think about how often I send newsletters, you will realize I am not really a communicator to start. If you want to know how we got here and other boring stuff, continue reading. If you just
Background: Over the last several years, Great Eastern Cutlery has become quite popular. Maybe not on the grand scheme of knife production; but for a small Titusville factory with around 30 employees. For the first several years only the smaller retailers sold GEC knives. I don’t know if the big boys didn’t have faith or