Here is our list of the rarest and most desirable seed patterns for the Five-Seven Case Hardened. The following patterns should always sell for way higher market value.
Best Possible Five-SeveN Blue Gem Seeds
- Paint seed
- Paint seed
All Blue Gem Seeds for the Five-SeveN Case Hardened
- Paint seed 189
- Paint seed 278
- Paint seed 363
- Paint seed 532
- Paint seed 648
- Paint seed 689
- Paint seed 690
- Paint seed 868
- Paint seed 872
Why are Blue Gems rare and expensive?
Blue gem patterns are a rarity, as most case hardened skins typically feature a blend of purples and gold with just a hint of blue. But occasionally, a pattern emerges that is predominantly, or even entirely, blue. These unique skins are highly coveted. Every case hardened skin has a pattern seed that’s considered the cream of the crop.
For the Five-SeveN, the premier paint seeds are number 278 and 690. Given that these are just two among a thousand possible seeds, and considering the high demand among discerning collectors, it’s no wonder that the finest blue gems are priced significantly higher — sometimes ten to a hundred times more — than the standard rate for a regular case hardened version.
What is a backside blue gem?
In Counter-Strike 2, each skin has two distinct sides: the play side and the backside. The play side is the star of the show, being the side that’s visible during gameplay. The backside, meanwhile, gets its moment in the spotlight when you inspect the item in-game. The allure of blue gems is so strong that even the backside blue gems are considered treasures, but not quite at the level of those adorning the play side.
We hope you enjoyed our guide on the best patterns for the Five-SeveN Case Hardened. Feel free to ask any questions or post a trade in the comments below.