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Spyderco Cricket Stainless Steel Serrated Edge Knife


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  • Right hand, tip-down clip.
  • Reeve Integral Lock (R.I.L.).
  • Stainless steel handle can be engraved or embellished.
  • Hollow-ground blade.
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Product Description

Thin is in. We've made our long-favored Cricket model even thinner by integrating the handle and lock. Custom knifemaker Chris Reeve invented the idea of making a linerlock's liner out of backside scale of the handle. In doing this, thickness and bulk are shaved off the handle for an ultra-thin folder that locks up confidently with fewer moving lock parts. We've incorporated this design into a rounded handle with a reverse "S" shaped blade. The distinctive blade shape curves into a keen precision tip for intricate/detailed cutting. Made of VG-10 stainless steel, the blade is hollow-ground and when folded closed creates a rounded package that rides nearly invisibly in the pocket. The pocket clip carries right-handed tip-down but also attaches to a tie or makes a fashionable money clip. Create your own one of a kind Cricket with engraving, corporate logos or a personal message.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2 x 1 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000JEONXC
  • Item model number: C29S
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #104,102 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great as a pocket clip knife.
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This knife really fits the bill and I definitely recommend it.
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Solid as a rock and extremely sharp.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joel Ross on September 9, 2007
This lightweight little gem can readily be a moneyclip, holding your bills without weighing so much it makes a bulge or pulls down your pants. It's S design allows for both delicate cutting as well as as increased surface area which belies it's shortness (1 7/8"). When asked what the "perfect survival knife" is, several experts said "whatever you have on you all the time". This blade is short enough & so "cute-looking" nobody should freak if they see you pull it out, and with enough length, owing to its S blade it coule, with skill, handle light-to-medium weight chores. It's thin & won't skin a wild boar or fend off terrorists but its liner-type lock insures it won't close on your fingers. Best of all, with the exception of airlines & Federal buildings, few if any places should call the law if they see you with it. It is a compromise and with all compromises comes some dissatisfaction but its design is still among Spyderco's most clever. Just remember that while you can cut your jammed safety belt free before the gas tank blows, you can't use it like an 8" full tang belt knife. To maximize its cutting ability, get the serrated edge. Keep that in mind & you'll do fine. Enjoy.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tom on December 2, 2007
I am really impressed with the design of this knife. It is extremely light weight, petite, sophisticated, yet still comfortable to use with great effect. It fits well in my hand, and is incredibly sharp. As shown in the picture, I have the serrated version. It was a birthday present and i had asked for the straight edged version because I wasnt sure what I could cut effectively with such a small serrated blade. I decided to try it out on another birthday present, a pair of nice headphones that came in that really tough plastic that electronics always come in. I barely inserted the tip and traced around the headphones with such ease, I lost all doubt immediately. The tip is 2-3 centimeters of straight blade, but is not as sharp as the edge "between the sheepsfoot"(the big spaces in the serrated portion of the blade). Since my birthday, i have kept my cricket with me everywhere, except school. This morning, I needed to clip my toenails, but I had lost the clippers. So I thought for a moment.... and I decided to gently use the knife do do the dirty work (no pun intended). It actually worked! The cricket is so sharp yet fine and easy to control, that cutting my nails was easy. As you can clearly deduce from this realy life experience, This knife is worth the slightly high price. I also use the cricket as a money clip, which looks nice and works well. The pocket clip easily holds 1-5 bills, as well as keeps the knife in my pocket. The lock is sturdy, and the only downside is that it is hard to pull off the sawing motion with this knife. Of course, if I had wanted a saw, i would have gotten a saw. The cricket is a great everyday knife, but it is not meant to tackle hard jobs. Its great for opening boxes, cutting off itchy shirt tags etc etc. I give it 5 stars for design, funtion, and aesthetics.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joe Z on May 6, 2014
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While very cute, I question the efficacy of the blade. I've owned Spyderco since the 80s, so I'm a fan. But I question the blade design. I find a simple, small, utility knife like the Gerber 31-000345 E.A.B. Lite Pocket Knife works pretty darn well. The plain razor in the Gerber works fast and well while the serrations on the Cricket sometimes seem to bind and get in the way. I own both knifes and I want to love the Cricket, but the jury is still out.

Update: Okay, I'm hooked. This is neither a gentleman's knife nor a utility knife. It is a weapon. A small, seriously dangerous weapon ... which is what I want my wife to carry. Living on a boat we carried larger Spydercos for years, not as weapons, although they qualified, but, well, you need knives on boats. (If I have to explain, you won't understand.) But this little guy is lethal. It will perform all those chores you expect from a pocket knife, it will sit in a pocket or purse, unobtrusive, and it will help you protect yourself should the need arise.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mike21514 on July 17, 2012
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I am surprised how much I like this knife. I own several other Spydercos (Caly, Sage, Junior) and this is about as different from those as you can get. The clip holds this small knife securely and unobtrusively in my change pocket. Every morning, I pick up my wallet, cell phone, and Cricket before I leave home, and then I forget I'm carrying the knife until I need it. The serrated blade is very sharp and easily opens letters, boxes, and those annoying thick plastic strips stores use to secure too many products these days. And, although this last part is probably goofy, the cricket's small but aggressive blade makes me feel a bit safer on my long daily walks, while not standing out in any way that could cause anyone to perceive me as a threat. It's all good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AMAATY on September 24, 2013
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I carry a Spyderco Sage 1 as an EDC with jeans mostly and a Yojimbo 2 for heavier tasks mostly around the house, but the Cricket is a perfect addition with suits and business casual attire. Its flat design, smooth feel and compact and razor sharp blade is of very high quality and function. It took a long time to decide, but going for the serrated edge was definitely teh right choice given the balance of options with my other main EDC options, gives it a lot more bang for the size and compensates for that. The chisel tip is almost too effective when using it to cut out a magazine page it effortlessly breathes through half the pages with no effort like a scalpel. I currently added a lanyard and removed the pocket clip for even less conspicuous carry and to exploit its amazingly thin profile. The serrations have the added benefit of being far more functional in any shtf self defense function as well... Highly recommend.
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