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Thread: Heads up for a Bergeon watchmakers knife on Dagaz site

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    Grand Master JasonM's Avatar
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    Heads up for a Bergeon watchmakers knife on Dagaz site

    I bought one of these the last time they had this offer on, its a cracking little tool and great quality, very keenly priced too.

    https://www.dagazwatch.com/apps/webs...lgthSgRzVbGYBU
    Cheers..
    Jase

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    Thanks for the heads up Jason, one on its way to me.
    Cheers,

    Ben



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    I make it £18 a very good price,thank you.

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    Thanks anther 20quid I didnít need to spend haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by strell View Post
    Thanks anther 20quid I didnít need to spend haha

    Same here.



    Thanks for the heads up!

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    Only about £3 cheaper than usual eBay price, but a bargain still :)

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    Contrary to popular belief, some of the Bergeon stuff isn`t top quality despite the prices.

    I have a similar knife with 'Cousins' stamped on it, quality's fine and it didn`t cost much, it does the job.

    Likewise with screwdrivers, I need decent quality but I buy AF blades and replace them when required.

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    Surely itís just a Victorinox in disguise? Out of interest, what makes it a watchmakerís knife? (Iíll probably still buy it in the morning... !)

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    The curvy blade for prising casaebacks makes it a watchmaker's knife. I use the normal blade for sharpening pegwood to a point or flat end.

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