Top critical review
Fun to play with but not great throwers, get them only if they're on sale for less than $2 each, at most.
July 27, 2018
I bought them for $17.08 CDN so $1.42 each. A couple of these really fine pointy tips have warped/bent after being in wood, but I just clipped that off and filed the tips into a proper throwing tip.
People were complaining about the rope/para-cord coming off, though I didn't have this happen to me, I removed one and now it actually throws better while doing no-spin, aka "ninja style".
For how little I paid they're not bad, but now I have started buying $0.50 small steak/paring/kitchen knives from thrift stores for training/throwing, and I find that a more affordable option.
Managed to spin the knife by the o-ring on my finger and launched it at a target and it stuck! Multiple times! So got some laughs out of these knives.