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SPYDERCO Domino Titanium/CF/G-10 Laminate CTS XHP Knife, Carbon Fiber, Left/Right
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- Made using the highest quality materials
- Tested for quality and durability
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- Features a Kit Carson-inspired flipper opener
- Full-flat-ground blade
- CTS XHP steel
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I spent a very long time researching knives for EDC as well as getting a feel and comparing the ones I was deciding between. I wanted something with a high quality or "super" steel blade that would have a good balance between toughness, edge holding, and corrosion resistance. It was up between the Zero Tolerance 0566 or 0560, the Benchmade 581, the Spyderco Paramilitary and this the Domino. The ZT 0566 felt great and I love the ELMAX blade steel because from my research seemed to be exactly the type of blade I wanted, but it was hard to deploy with the flipper and the thumbstuds were useless. The 0560 was just too big and expensive although the ergonomics and deployment was amazing. The knife is very large and heavy. The Benchmade 581 was a very good looking knife and the AXIS lock with assisted opening was the smoothest, quickest and most easily manipulated lockup of all. I loved the AXIS assist because the knife just leaps from the had. However the 581 was very thick and the M390 steel blade was somewhat thin and possibly brittle feeling to me. The Paramilitary was a great knife, and had the tried and true S30V steel blade. Lockup was fast and solid it was thin and didn't feel very large in the hand. However its hard to find one at this time and those that are sold are quite pricey. So on came the Domino.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have the Sage2 and ParaMilitary2, and I love them both, but I'll take this one over both of those. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Erik C Johnson
I've only had this knife for a day, but WOW! This is an awesome American made knife!!!
I would have never paid what this knife sells for, but my son got it for me for... Read more
Great craftsmanship and materials - a little on the heavy side, but not overly so. Like the Sage Titanium, the more you handle this knife, the more you come to like it.Published 2 months ago by mike
I own 6 EDC knives and this is a close second to my favorite knife (paramilitary 2). Great design. Nice size. elegant carbon fiber. good price. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Hulse
Great knife. Didn't come as sharp as most of my other Spydercos though. Not sure why. Maybe a fluke. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DJSharpens
Unbelievable quality. Great materials, put together extremely well = Awesome EDCPublished 2 months ago by Joseph
I am a loyal Spyderco customer. I own several and have never had any issues with their products. This knife is durable and well constructed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent higher end Spyderco. Takes a bit to get the hang of flipping it, plus maybe some break-in time, but after that it is unnatuarally smooth.Published 3 months ago by Matt
Better than a Sage. The ergonomics of the Domino are so much better than the Sage series. The belly of the handle curves out, while the Sage's curves in. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John G.