- Feb 27, 2005
So, I do not lament my decision to NOT buy knives that I consider "too expensive" because there are still more than enough knives in my buying "sweet spot" between $100-200 to choose from to worry about "missing out" on knives that cost more.
This is a key point. Spyderco is making more expensive knives. But they're making more inexpensive knives, too. They have one of the broadest ranges of price points of any knife company while still maintaining consistently good quality. This is important to me because Spyderco is becoming kind of a one-stop shop for folding knives to me- I can have relatively inexpensive $50 knives to gift to friends, $100-$200 users, and $300-$500 collector pieces that strike my fancy. All from the same company.