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Spyderco PINGO Slip It Plain Edge Knife, Black


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  • Two-hand opening Slip It
  • Reversible wire clip
  • N690Co blade steel
  • Lightweight FRN handle
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Product Description

Specifically designed to conform to Danish knife laws, the new Pinto is a purpose-designed two-hand-opening SLIPIT. Like a SLIPIT, it features a reversible wire clothing clip and a Trademark Round Hole; however, the blade hole does not allow the knife to be opened one handed. Instead, it provides a user-friendly alternative to a nail nick for two-handed operation. The Pinto's utilitarian N690Co blade has a modified sheep foot profile and is mated to a textured black FRN handle. The perfect socially friendly cutting tool, the Pinto was designed by noted custom knife maker Jens Anson and Jasper Vons and is made for Spiders in Italy.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 2 x 1 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Italy
  • ASIN: B009LKJ3RQ
  • Item model number: C163PBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,694 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great design good EDC knife.
Jaime Nunez
It's compactness makes it easy to carry, yet the blade is more than big enough for the kind of work that I usually find for a pocket knife.
Tim
It's very strong, despite its light weight.
Patrick G. Songy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 9, 2012
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The Spyderco Pingo is one of the nicest utility edc knives that I've ever used. Extremely sharp and not scary looking to other people at all. Please note that this is a two handed opener and does not lock, I was aware of this and for utility tasks I didn't really want to scare people when I opened the knife. It does have 2 stops in the pivot mechanism, one when fully open and halfway closed which gives all the reassurance you need when you use it. I also like the gimping on the ricasso that gives that extra bit of control. Great clip too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AJZ on September 4, 2013
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I'm really impressed with this knife. Feels good in my hand. The blade shape makes cutting through packaging easy. The clip is nice too, its flexible enough to clip on to things easily, but sturdy enough not to bend. Excellent little EDC.
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The build quality on this knife is very good...the FRN handles are comfortable, well-textured, and rounded around the edges. The sheepsfoot blade has a thick spine, is nicely contored and boasts jimping on the choil. The blade comes razor sharp. It even has a groove on the back that holds the blade in position when half-open. The backspring is strong and reliable. The pocket clip comes almost to the edge of the handle for deep / low-profile carry. There is a lot to love about this knife. When I received mine, there was noticeable side-to-side play in the blade. Tightening the lone pivot screw did help, but no matter how tight, the frameless handle simply does not provide enough rigidity where the blade attaches to the FRN. When closed, the blade easily moves from center to either side and sticks slightly off center. Yes it weighs less without a frame, but it loses some solidity / durability. For me this makes the knife difficult to consider for any real EDC duty. I expect play to develop quickly and worsen over time. The choice to only have a screw head on one side of the pivot is the second flaw. It is compounded by a pice of plastic inside which will break if you over-tighten. Love the shape, blade and quality, but not a fan of the frameless design. Would recommend only for very light duty.
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I have three of these. N890 is a fine steel, I believe slightly better than the VG-10 Spyderco mostly uses.
It sharpens and polishes easier than VG-10, and, in my experience, holds an edge a little better too. And I have yet to stain it.
I have had several nice folders from Italy, From Benchmade to Fox, with this steel. It's never disappointed me.
I have modified all three. The small Spydy hole is useless for opening the knife. However, you can buy thumbstuds (hole is 3/16" .1875") that makes this a true one hand opener. Look over at Knife Kits. I have to file just a touch off the flats to get it to tighten, but they fit perfect. A little Blue Loc-Tite and I have never had one come loose.
I have an orange version of the Pingo that I installed the thumbstud onto, but otherwise, left it stock.
I have two Black FRN's. One I put a set of Carbon Fiber with Red GH-10 liners on, and a designer pivot, no clip. One that I put a set of Toxic Green G-10 with Black G-10 liners. Milled a cutout for a small Spyderco pocket clip so one screw would hold it tight. Decided not to use the wire clip just because I wanted this different than stock. Then used a designer pivot, NO thumbstud.
I am making Kydex neck sheaths (just to have. I make Kydex sheaths for all my smaller knives).
With the thumbstud, these are near perfect small folders, slip joint or not. Open and close, with one hand.
Light, great steel, and excellent blade shape for EDC, what's not to like.
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By Tim on April 13, 2014
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I really like this little knife. My location isn't nearly as restrictive as the market for which this was designed, but the relatively "polite" design suits my taste. It's compactness makes it easy to carry, yet the blade is more than big enough for the kind of work that I usually find for a pocket knife. The factory edge is fantastic. It also feels very solid. I don't have any worries about it holding up to daily use. The two-handed opening design isn't much of a bother to me, either. Overall I'd recommend the Pingo **if** you don't mind that it doesn't lock or open easily with one hand. If easy one-handed opening is important, consider something like a UKPK (which I also own and enjoy) or a Squeak (which I don't own, but is similar with a shorter blade).
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By Lgss on February 19, 2014
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I'm really impress with the PIngo,the blade is thicker than I expected and it came razor sharp out of the box and has great ergonomics. I'm not a fan of the opening split mechanism, but I really liked the design. If you are looking for small knife that its legal practically everywhere you should get the Spyderco Pingo.
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I'm usually a fan of knives with locking blades, but a few people I trust were enamored with this knife, so I decided to give it a shot.

I'm glad I did.

As mentioned in other reviews, the short, non-locking blade and modified sheepsfoot design make this about as non-threatening as a pocket knife can be. This is great if you are in an environment where there are significant legal restrictions on knives, or simply somewhere that more traditional knifes might frighten or intimidate those around you. The low-riding pocket clip also contributes to this discretion factor.

The blade itself is an excellent cutter. The thin, full-flat grind allows this blade to slice and push-cut almost effortlessly. While there isn't a pronounced point, the tip of that sheepsfoot works more than adequately for cutting through plastic wrap or blister packaging. The steel used in this knife performs a lot like the VG-10 used in many of Spyderco's flagship knives, and shares that same ease of sharpening and rust resistance. Like VG-10, this is also a fine-grained steel and takes a fantastic polish when you sharpen it.

The full-flat grind of the primary bevel is immaculate, and perhaps much more impressive, so is the secondary bevel. I like Sypderco knives, but on a lot of their fifty-dollars-or-less offerings, that secondary bevel is ground a bit unevenly which can have a slight effect on performance and possibly a large effect on ease of sharpening, depending on what method you use. This is the first Spyderco I've gotten from Maniago, Italy and the craftsmanship really is in a class by itself. The fit and finish here are closer to the Taiwanese high end Spyderco knifes, like the Sage series.

Don't worry about the wire clip. It's very strong, despite its light weight.
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