Which Spyderco are you carrying today?

JonesE

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Is that an Endela?

Yes, it is the Knife Center exclusive Pakkawood HAP40 Endela. I don’t see these posted on the forum or the Spyderco forum very often. I think the price is holding many back. I have been enjoying mine and will be carrying it again today. I am starting to get some patina on the blade. This is my first Endela and I am really liking the size. I think I might have to pick up a K390 down the road.

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JonesE

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Sharing some day 2 pictures with the Pakkawood HAP40 Endela. I have been using it around the house and it is a very comfortable knife for me with my XL glove size hands. The scales are slowly starting to darken a little from oils from my hands and the grain is more visible. We did some grilling last night and I used the knife for some cutting chores in the kitchen. The patina on the blade has now started and you can clearly see the lamination in the blade. Kudos to Spyderco and Knife Center on a great knife.





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Wow, so weird, I've been researching these, considering one for purchase. I think I've decided to pass on one for now, but just barely. I'm very interested in the locking mechanism.
Great looking knife my friend
I bought a Manix 2 last summer for my Son-in-law and was impressed at the lockup and especially the release. I liked how it keeps your fingers safely out of the blades way upon closing. I’ve been holding off on another because I was waiting for the Translucent Blue to come back in stock, my daughter wanted that color after seeing 2 different members post pictures of it, so this one goes to her. Luckily, some more just came in stock Friday, so mine will show up tomorrow. It’s a unique and good looking color, blade steel is more entry level and that’s just fine by me. Thanks for the compliment my blade brother.
 
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BMCGear

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Sharing some day 2 pictures with the Pakkawood HAP40 Endela. I have been using it around the house and it is a very comfortable knife for me with my XL glove size hands. The scales are slowly starting to darken a little from oils from my hands and the grain is more visible. We did some grilling last night and I used the knife for some cutting chores in the kitchen. The patina on the blade has now started and you can clearly see the lamination in the blade. Kudos to Spyderco and Knife Center on a great knife.





JonesE

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I just got one of the Police 4's in the KC Exclusive. My initial impressions are very positive of the knife.
 

BMCGear

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Sharing some day 2 pictures with the Pakkawood HAP40 Endela. I have been using it around the house and it is a very comfortable knife for me with my XL glove size hands. The scales are slowly starting to darken a little from oils from my hands and the grain is more visible. We did some grilling last night and I used the knife for some cutting chores in the kitchen. The patina on the blade has now started and you can clearly see the lamination in the blade. Kudos to Spyderco and Knife Center on a great knife.





JonesE

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I just got one of the Police 4's in the KC Exclusive. My initial impressions are very positive of the knife.
 

JonesE

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Day 3 today carrying the Pakkawood Endela. Yesterday After I was done with some chores, I was putting some knives away and got to thinking I really like this size of this knife. So while I was at my knife drawer I pulled out two similar sized Spyderco knives that are some of my favorites. I guess I get why I like the knife now. Funny thing is it really didn’t dawn on me much until I pulled the Stretch and PM2 out compare.

 
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