Mears and Spyderco

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Hibrion

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Jan 11, 2012
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I have to say that is not something I'd be interested in. Spyderco make great knives and any of their flat ground folders would be a far more usuable tool than this.
 

robevs73

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Sep 17, 2008
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I don't like it!
Can't beat the Paramilitary IMO.
I was hoping that they were going to make an affordable Woodlore knife.
 

Johnnyboy1971

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Dec 24, 2010
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Handle looks way too angular on the edges to be comfortable.

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dwardo

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Aug 30, 2006
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Often find my self defending the spyderco look and I love my ukpk but.. That is ugly. Not even fugly just boring ugly. Reminds me of one of the cheaper bench made knives.
Add to that its probably gonna be a million quid.
If it were a slipjoint it might have something different about it but there are far prettier lockers out there.
 

Silverback 1

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Jun 27, 2009
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I am surprised at 2 things here, the handle design, and the fact that they have gone with S30V steel on a scandi grind knife after what happened with the Nilakka.

I would like to be proved wrong on the handle front, it may well be more comfortable, and practical than it looks.
 

Quixoticgeek

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Aug 4, 2013
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Been discussed already in [thread=136711]this thread[/thread].

Can't say it is a knife I like the look of, nor do I expect I would be able to afford it any time soon.

Personally the spyderco hole in each knife is something I don't like, it just looks to me like a place for gunk to collect... my leatherman wave has a slot that goes through it for your nail, and I have to degunk it frequently, especially if I've used it to slice cheese...

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