Look around in some chef or knife shops, and see if you can find any Victorinox branded ones.
Cheers - looked online with not a lot of luck but my travels this morning had me near to a Savage Urban (or is that Sauvage Urbane?)
They had probably 7 different peelers of various brands and I was about to walk out disappointed but spotted a specific stand with Victorinox gear.
At first look only serrated/soft fruit peelers and the undesirable Y type spud peelers but at the bottom of the display the last remaining one reduced to 9 bucks.
On closer inspection it seems to be in fact a Jonas soft grip peeler, not Victorinox (far right is like mine). But it looks pretty good and they seem to have a decent reputation. And I just cut my thumb by picking it up the wrong way.
Walking out the door, I turned around and asked about coffee gear, so another 24 bucks down on a 1 litre capacity Bodum French coffee plunger.
Translation error - he meant to say "delightful wife".
In news just in, he released a press statement on departure:
I must say this has been one of the most enjoyable jockeys of my pregnancy. I look forward to welcoming your Prime Minister to come to France and fart in my general direction sometime in the near future.
8 bucks and enough in the tube for several applications at least and I've gotten a good couple of years out of an application with reapplication mainly due to rebuilding the system.
Fairly sure I used it on my current i7-4790 and it runs reasonably cool, build was a little over a year ago and in conjunction with a CoolerMaster Hyper 212X which in itself represents a huge leap over the stock junk.
But all that aside, isn't the (reverse pun) hot stuff these days the liquid metal?
Looking at that page again, they're selling commercial quantities by the looks - it'd be madness to keep more than you need for a few months if you're building, given that something better seems to pop up every few years.
I'm totally not into these shows, but this old duck is genuinely talented. Actual singing starts at 1:23 (ref text in spoiler below after watching)
She's a bit of a ring-in, but it's a pretty cool back-story. From the comments text on the video:
Jenny Darren and her band, The Lady Killers, toured with AC/DC during their 1978 Powerage UK tour as the support act. And of course the judges and producers of the show know full well who she is, as each contestant's background and history is very thoroughly checked out.
She had a song "Heartbreaker" which she was the first to perform but later became Pat Benetar's first hit.
Disclaimer - I'm not an expert in antiques, just stuff I've learned from observation and general metalworking and crafts knowledge.
Supposedly wormholes can be one of those character aspects that increase value in some cases though of course it'd be so long as it's not an active process and it's not compromised the integrity of the piece in any big way.
Assuming it was imported, they'd not allow it in with an ongoing pest problem and there's a chance it might have been irradiated and/or had a pest treatment in quarantine.
Nails from years ago also tend to be handmade in some cases - generally that's blatantly obvious, they'll usually be beefier than you'd otherwise think necessary and have rectangular heads. Though of course for a fashionable item they'd probably put more effort into making them look less industrial.
I get the feeling the biggest sales go to lazy people who CBF training their animals and end up with a headfucked dog who's paranoid outside of it's allotted 30 square metres of the planet and a total pest when inside of it.