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Delica 4, Black FRN Handle, ComboEdge


Price: $60.99 - $206.43
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  • Model Number: C11
  • Blade Steel: AUS-6
  • Blade Thickness: 3/32 in
  • Stainless-steel clip
  • Diameter of Blade Hole: 15/32 in

Product Description

The Spyderco® Delica folding blade offers a solid design with a smooth metal handle that gives you surface area for adding personal engraving or embellishment. The hollow-ground, modified skinning-style blade is made of AUS-6 which is loaded with a carbon level of around 1-percent for advanced edge retention. Two sets of pre-drilled holes let the clip be positioned for tip-up or tip-down carry.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 1 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000LHKMXM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #486,268 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It comes from a company I know and trust....one I trust with my life.
Kat
I definitely recommend it as an everyday companion knife and as a great easy to use tool.
L. Mariana
I have a spyderco delica 4 knife which is the best knife i have ever owned.
The

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By The on March 5, 2010
I have a spyderco delica 4 knife which is the best knife i have ever owned. I bought the top of the line version which cost more than this model they are selling on amazon, you can easily order one online just like i did, it is the ZDP-189 model. Get the ZDP-189 delica 4 model, you spend more but you wont regret it because you are getting one of the best blades ever.
Here this will help you choose your knives:

8Cr13MoV, a Chinese stainless steel tempered at the Rc56 to Rc58 range and used in the Tenacious, Persistence, and Byrd lines of knives.

9Cr18Mo a higher end Chinese stainless steel used mostly in high end barbering scissors and surgical tools.

440C, a stainless steel, known for corrosion resistance and ease of sharpening.

ATS-55, a performance stainless steel similar to ATS-34 with the molybdenum reduced, used only by Spyderco for knife steels until the early 2000s [16]

AUS-6

AUS-8

AUS-10, a Japanese stainless steel series made by Aichi with the same carbon content as 440C but with slightly less chromium.

BG-42, a high performance stainless steel formulated for ball bearings, often compared to ATS-34, which has similar properties.

D2, a high performance tool steel that has 1 percent less chromium than required to classify as stainless steel. Spyderco uses CPM's version of D2, which is a particle metallurgy ("powdered") version, not wrought. CPM-D2 is found in a sprint run version of the Military model.

G2, aka GIN-1. A Hitachi-made low cost stainless steel comparable to, but softer than, AUS-8. Generally hardened in the mid to high Rc 50s. A tough, corrosion-resistant steel.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. LOCOCO on January 5, 2010
I'd have to say I'm a bit of a knife guy. I have many folders that I carry on a regular basis I have some favorites from Kershaw, Gerber & Camillus. By far I own a higher ratio of Spyderco products than any other. A few reasons, the quality, material and customer service. When ever needed they will sharpen your blade at no charge [just $5 return postage]. I like this latest version of the Delica. It is just the right size to be taken seriously as a knife and of useful size to be an excellent general purpose blade. It is so light that after a bit you forget you even have it [almost got in a pinch with TSA a few times]. The grip design is super and nearly totally non-slip even when wet. I have had mine for nearly six years. This is also the standard-issue "guy-gift" I hand out as presents, never has anyone been unhappy with receiving one. The price seems to fluctuate between $48-$60, nonetheless it is a great blade you will use for years to come.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Clint Cook on December 13, 2009
I have had a both the delica 3 and the delica 4 and they both are great edc knives. the only issue i had with the delica 3 was the pocket clip. The square metal clip was getting loose in the plastic handle. i guess from moving back and forth too much. this was corrected on the delica 4 clip which used 3 screws to hold the clip in place. overall great pocket knife that i would recommend to anyone wanting a light weight knife that is well made.
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Size Name: Combo Edge
A review from my Husband:

This is not just a review of the Delica 4 but of the Spyderco family of knives from someone who has owned them for decades.

I had a Delica 4 early version with the molded in pocket clip for I am pretty sure over 20 years. Misplaced it twice and was thrilled both times I found it again. back in the 70's I was a Buck 110 guy. but it was bulky and heavy.

In the 80s at the Orange County or (LA County Fair), I bought a very early Spiderco from a guy in a stall that demo'd it and the next year I specifically sought him out and bought a very nice serrated kitchen knife (which I also still own to this day) along with their triangle sharpener. This is Kat's absolute favorite knife and she wields that with skill and confidence in our kitchen in a number of tasks each week. The guy who sold it to me, looked like an old biker, and gave the unmistakable impression he knew his way around all manner of edged weapons, (and probably prison shanks too). He sat there turning the LA times into confetti and professionally demonstrated his small selection of very nicely made knives. I liked him, he knew his product inside and out, had just the right mix of serious, dangerous and professionalism not to scare you off but at the same time let you know this would be his blade of choice in virtually any situation, including a back alley.

That day I bought one of Spyderco's original Very Early models. Stainless handle and a Saki Steel Blade, that thing, with it's punched out (instead of screwed on) pocket clip is trouble free to this day thirty years later. A few years later I bought the Delica because in my civilian attire i needed something lighter and slightly less obtrusive, less observable. That model fit the bill to a T.
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