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  • Spyderco Endura4 Lightweight FRN Flat Ground PlainEdge Knife (Purple)
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Spyderco Endura4 Lightweight FRN Flat Ground PlainEdge 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. Full flat-ground blade.
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Spyderco Endura4 Lightweight FRN Flat Ground PlainEdge Knife (Purple) + Smith's PP1 Pocket Pal Multifunction Sharpener
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Product Description

If you already own a Delica or Endura, you have one of the best selling knives Spyderco makes. The knife you have just acquired is a bit different from the normal C10 Endura4 and C11 Delica4 Lightweights. They are now available in a range of new handle colors with full-flat ground blades. Their FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) handles come in new vibrant tones including blue, green, brown, gray and purple. Molded onto the handle's surface is Bi-Directional Texturing® for slip-free tactile traction. Inside the handle are dual skeletonized stainless steel liners which strengthen the knife without additional weight and double as an anchor for external and internal components to attach through generating more sturdiness and rigidity. The blades are full flat-ground VG-10 with a thinner highly refined cutting edge and a 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.

Product Details

Color: Purple
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 2.5 x 1 inches ; 3.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B003CHANKU
  • Item model number: C10FPPR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (288 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,655 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

You can't go wrong with this one.
E. Estern
A great knife in many aspects, it's durable, big enough blade, light weight, and it looks good too.
Zach
I use this knife for everyday carry and it is perfect.
Dylan Bartusiak

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 96 people found the following review helpful By E. Estern on February 10, 2011
Color Name: Green Verified Purchase
I'm a committed cook, a hunter, outdoors person and gardener. In my career in the film and television business I've worked just about every job on the set. For all of these pursuits a good knife is essential and I've owned and tried just about everything out there, from high end production knives and expensive custom folders to $10 wood handled Opinels. They all have their place, but for under $60 (if you shop around), these FFG Enduras are just incredible. They fit the hand beautifully, the VG-10 steel has great corrosion resistance, takes a beautiful edge and holds it, and with a little practice the blade can be deployed as almost fast as an automatic. The back lock design is a bit awkward to close one handed, but it can be done, and IMO it's a small trade off for the simplicity and durability of the design. The flat grind on these knives is a real performance boost over previous models. It slices food and other delicate materials beautifully and yet retains enough strength to do some serious cutting. I carry this knife at work where and it's just a pleasure the way it slices through gels, sash cord, strapping, etc. In the kitchen it has the ergonomics to be up to any food prep task--yes there are better tools for cooking, but if they are across the room in the knife rack it's often not worth the trip, I just reach into my pocket for the Endura. As an outdoors knife, it's more than up to most tasks, from field dressing big game, cleaning fish, utility use, etc. Like any folder, it will require more careful cleaning than a fixed blade knife after field use. I don't think of it (or any knife) as tactical weapon, but if it's all you've got, the Endura is not a bad choice. The FRN grips are secure and comfortable and very durable.Read more ›
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Wally M. Viray TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 25, 2012
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Just to give you a background, I collect Knives and Guns. It is one of my passions, primarily because of the engineering and science behind both of them. I actually do not read reviews before buying knives or guns because I want to have any expectations to cloud my judgement.

I have the inexpensive knives that are engineered like they were expensive, and I have expensive knives that feel like they are inexpensive. I am sure you have experienced that as well. When it came to buying the Spyderco brand, I already had many other brands and models from Benchmade, Kershaw, Gerber, Victorinox, Ka-Bar, SOG, Cold Steel, and others. I have to say that Spydercos are expensive, but are worth double in value. Benchmades in comparison are just worth their price.

I bought the Endura first because it was flagship model as well as Delica of course. I was really impressed with both the Spyderco Design concept as well as the Endura's engineering.

Pros:
1. Excellent, high end VG-10 steel. This is a Japanese "Super Steel". This is the most expensive part of a knife. When you buy a knife, the kind of steel should be at least half of the decision as to which knife to buy. The VG-10 is a High Carbon, Vanadium Stainless Steel. It has better corrosion resistance than the Benchmade knives which use the 154CM Crucible Steel. And it is almost as good as Benchmade in wear and abrasion resistance. VG-10 is a heavy duty Stainless Steel for extreme use. I prefer VG-10 and CPM S30V Steel knives.
2. Ease of opening. The whole design works great.
3. Very durable. You will have this knife forever.
4. This is a long blade Spyderco so excellent for self defense.
5. Beautiful colors.
6. Value for money.
7. Non-slip grip
8.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By kylemag on December 26, 2011
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This Spyderco Endura 4 FFG is an absolute masterpiece for what you pay for it. Personally, I carry this knife more than any other knife in my collection. It is lightweight and, when clipped to your pocket, you completely forget about it until you need it. This is the sign of a good carryable blade. It is easy to conceal and the blackened pocket clip helps not draw attention to it.

BLADE STEEL
The VG10 is an awesome performer. Performance wise, it blows away AUS8, 420, 440. The only true competitor at this price is the 154CM from Benchmade. VG10 is made in Seki City, Japan, a place known for its ancient history of steel tempering and Samurai sword construction. Furthermore, it provides excellent rust resistance if you get it wet. I have seen this knife left out all night in the rain and snow and not even show a shadow of a blemish. Also, it takes a wicked sharp edge and holds that sharp edge for a long time. However, due to the high hardness of the VG10, you will chip it if the edge comes in contact with other hard objects. Then, you just need to sharpen it out. The VG10 is pretty easy to sharpen given its hardness.

HANDLE:
The fiberglass reinforced nylon handles keep the price of this knife down and provide excellent feel and traction. There is a bi-direction grip built into the handle to ensure this high traction. Also, the Spyderco emblem is strategically placed where the pocket clip ends, making it easy to slip onto your pocket without tearing up your pants. Behind these handles are stainless steel liners which reinforce the handles for heavy use. Also, the pocket clip has 4 positions machined into the handles so it is great for lefties and righties for tip-up or tip-down carry.
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