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Spyderco Endura 4 Wave Plain Edge Folding Knife

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  • 4-way clip. Screw-together construction.
  • Skeletonized steel internal liners. Phosphor bronze washers.
  • FRN Bi-Directional Textured® handle.
  • David Boye Dent. Enlarged opening hole.
  • Spine jimping. Flat saber-ground blade.
  • Folding knife with patented Emerson blade-opening feature
  • Hook on knife blade catches pocket's edge for easy 1-hand opening
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Product Description

If knives could be created in the same way we choose players for fantasy football league teams, every hardcore knife knut would recruit features and characteristics they like best from different knife companies and combine them into their favorite knife.  Spyderco will undoubtedly fulfill many knife knuts knife fantasy picks with the introduction of the Delica and Endura with Emerson's opening feature.  These models combine all that’s functional and performance-based in a Spyderco folder with the blade-opening feature made popular and patented by Ernest Emerson of Emerson Knives. The Emerson opening feature is a hook curving out the top of the knife’s blade. When removing the knife from a front pocket it catches the pocket’s edge quickly opening the knife blade ready to use. The knife can also be taken out of the pocket without engaging the opening feature by pulling it straight up and out with your fingers on top of the closed blade. Delicas and Enduras with Emerson's opening feature have screw construction making cleaning and adjusting easier. Their gray fiberglass reinforced nylon handles are molded with Bi-Directional Texturing® for traction and improved ergonomics. Inside the handle dual skeletonized stainless steel liners strengthen the knife without additional weight and create an anchor for external and internal components to attach through for more sturdiness and rigidity. Their VG-10 blades are flat saber-ground with a stronger tip and larger 13mm opening hole. Added to the blade’s spine is slip resistant jimping. Phosphor bronze washers smooth out the open/close action and the clip is upgraded to a four-way tip-up, tip-down, left- or right-handed clip.

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Combining the functional, performance-based design of classic Spyderco knives with the patented Emerson blade-opening feature, the Endura 4 plain-edge folding knife is ideal for a host of applications. The Emerson opener is the Endura's most distinctive feature, with a hook that curves out of the top of the knife blade. Each time you remove the Endura 4 from a front pocket, the hook will catch the pocket's edge, quickly opening the knife blade so it's ready to use. The Emerson opener makes this a terrific knife for fishing, hunting, and other sports where one-handed use is crucial. You can also take the knife out of your pocket without engaging the Emerson hook by pulling it straight up and out, with your fingers placed on top of the closed blade.

Functionally, the Endura 4's VG-10 steel blade is flat saber-ground with a strong tip and a large 13mm opening hole. Users will also love the gray fiberglass reinforced nylon handle, which is molded with Bi-Directional Texturing for traction and improved ergonomics. And inside the handle are dual skeletonized stainless-steel liners, which strengthen the knife without adding additional weight. This also creates an anchor for attaching external and internal components. Other features include screw construction for easy cleaning and adjustment; slip-resistant jimping on the blade's spine; and phosphor bronze washers that smooth out the open/close action.

Specifications:

  • Blade material: VG-10 steel
  • Handle material: Fiberglass reinforced nylon
  • Blade length: 3-13/16 inches
  • Hole diameter: 1/2 inch
  • Blade thickness: 1/8 inches
  • Closed length: 5 inches
  • Overall length: 8-13/16 inches
  • Weight: 3.6 ounces


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 2.5 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00190VMFM
  • Item model number: C10PGYW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,977 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Speedy on March 13, 2012
I own knives from almost every major brand, including Benchmade, Spyderco, Coldsteel, CRKT, Emerson, and Kershaw, but this knife is probably my all-time favorite for EDC. The other reviews covered most of the info pretty well, so I'll point out a few of the finer details that make this knife so great.

- When holding the knife, the angle between the blade and handle causes the knife to angle forwards a bit. Good for offensive use and controlled cutting tasks.
- The VG-10 steel is great. Very hard, holds an edge for a long time.
- The oversized Spyderhole opening hole makes opening super easy. The pivot is smooth for a lockback knife.
- The wave feature is awesome. Anybody who complains about it is just downright incompetent and/or clumsy. With a bit of practice, the wave can out-open any folder out there, even automatics.
- The FRN handle slabs are very tough and grippy. The handle sticks in your hand. I've dropped my knife a number of times, but there are no marks on the slabs.
- The blade shape is great. The partial flat grind keeps the edge fine enough for slicing, but the thick spine continues nearly all the way to the tip, forming a very sturdy blade.
- The shape of the handle is *perfect*. It is comprised of three shallow indentations (look at a picture and it will make sense). It enables you to hold the knife in two different ways (disregarding reverse grip). In the first method, the user places his thumb on the nice thumb ramp (with jimping), wraps his index and middle finger in the first dentent-y area of the handle, the fourth finger goes in the middle detent, and the pinky uses the remainder of the handle. This lets you choke up close to the blade for controlled cutting. You can also move your fingers back, though.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Scott A. on August 3, 2011
I bought this item to carry while on patrol duty (I'm a police officer). I wanted something that I could draw and deploy quickly on my weak side if a suspect was attempting to take control of my firearm. Because I as able to change the pocket clip to the appropriate side and because of the Wave addition, I am able to do that easily without relying on fine motor skills that my not be there during a fight.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By cxb on February 14, 2011
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This is by far one of the best values in defensive knives on the market. As Spyderco markets it, the blade is a dream-team combination of Emerson's famous wave deployment feature along with the quality and value of Spyderco knives. I agree with this claim. The blade combines great features and puts them in a package that can be afforded by nearly anyone. For all the people who have been using ziptie mods on their Spyderco knives, this is a much more effective method. The blade has a generous wave hook, that snags easily on any pocket, along with a 60 to 70 dollar price tag.
The blade steel is great, VG-10, a japanese grafting steel. It holds a great edge and the rust resistance is amazing. It is also cheaper than 154cm or cpm S30V. I would compare it to 154cm. Simply put, it works great.
The grind on the other hand is a different story. It is saber ground with a fairly shallow relief edge. Because of this the blade is strong and sharp, but to be honest, it struggles with slicing tasks, such as food preparation. But for its purpose, which I would classify as a defensive/(justified) offensive knife, it is fantastic. The blade comes out fast, it is strong and will pierce and slash with ease. The jimping is fantastic with plenty of traction for the hand. The volcano pattern on the FRN handles really grip your hand. (I find it better than most G10) The handle also is contoured nicely. when the blade is locked in your hand it places the blade at a slight angle away from you. which works great for combat. So overall the blade is fantastic for defensive use.
I would highly recommend the blade for its designed purpose. I think thats enough said. Buy it for the value.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By pignock on February 26, 2010
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I've only had this knife for 48 hours so this is mostly an initial impression.

Product Description: The blade is about 3-1/2 inches long and the handle is nearly five inches long. When opened, the knife is about 8-1/2 inches. It fits my short, wide hands quite well. It's a fairly big knife but has a rather slender profile so it fits into a front jeans pocket fairly well and Spyderco did a great job of keeping the weight down by skeletonizing the liners and using a high quality plastic (they call it fiberglass reinforced nylon) handles. The pocket clip is secured to the knife with three small torx head screws and is reversible to either end or either side. That doesn't make sense for a knife designed for tip up carry only, but they use the same handles on Endura knives without the wave feature so it saves them another part to inventory. The lock is very positive and audibly clicks when engaged.

Sale/delivery rating: I ordered this knife via Amazon Prime. It arrived the following day. You simply can't beat service like that so Amazon earns five out of five stars.

Quality of Product: The knife is made at Spyderco's Seki City, Japan factory and arrived sharp, well constructed and ready for use by a right hander. Spyderco has a reputation of providing high quality products for reasonable prices. I feel they easily met these standards with this product. Five stars

Quality of design: It's too early to tell. There is a learning curve with this knife. Utilizing the Emerson Wave Feature is not simply a matter of pulling the knife from your pocket with the blade swinging free and locking into place. It requires an outward twisting of the wrist and a bit of wrist snap to get the blade to open completely and lock.
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