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If you not need corrosion resistance I would not go for H1.
It's very soft and according my experience not good to sharpen.
They made batches.
After the first they had a long break.
I think there were some issues with...
I would go for a Para 3 lightweight.
A SPY27 and Rex34 should be available soon.
Dragonfly Delica Endela Endura
Dragonfly - perfect small knife
Delica - not for me
Endela - in the middle of Delica / Endura - so maybe perfect...
That's a nice first Spydie.
Get yourself a Sharpmaker.
Try to not let the knife get too dull.
Very nicely done!!!
Where are the thumbstuds from?
Yes, the market will be changed in the next 20 years. And it changed in the past 20. To the better.
My concern is more that US...
As many might know, I live in Europe.
To get Spyderco knives is not as easy as Victorinox but it's doable. Internet helps also.
BUT many big US...
Thanks for testing !!
Sliverax is large, flipper and spydiehole and ball bearings. The detent is on the soft side.
Shaman should also be for you.
As the lightweight is cheap I would start here.
I only know the Benchmade Mini Griptilian.
I always use mine dry.
Use as little pressure as possible...
LC200N in yellow
m390 in blue
I have a copper flashlight.
It smells and the hand smells after usage.
I would use much water and soap.
Maybe under the shower with more pressure and use foam (shaving lather) to reach all parts. Also move all parts....
The pouch is signed.
According the pics in the sale thread not the knife is signed as far as i see it
On my uncoated blade I get rid of that knob.
On my coated blade I left it original.
Both worked fine for me.
Try to use it a few weeks and then...
I would use the lightweight.
Cheapest Para so far.
Or a S30V. Easy to sharpen.
Hopefully we get a Salt version this or next year.
Got mine today. Great knife.
Typical Spyderco standard. Perfect out of the box.
Closing is a bit stiff but that was also with the most G10 Para 3s