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Spyderco Persistence G-10 Plain Edge Knife
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- Made using the highest quality materials
- Tested for quality and durability
- The most trusted name in you cutlery needs
- Smaller version of popular Tenacious knife, with milled black G-10 laminate handle intended to reduce fatigue while cutting
- Skeletonized steel liners tucked inside handle, increasing rigidity and strength without adding weight; 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade, ground flat
- Oversized round hole positioned relative to blade's pivot point to optimize one-handed opening and closing; four-way pocket clip lets knife sit tip-up or tip-down, left- or right-handed
- 6.8-inch overall length, 2.75-inch blade length, 4.1-inch closed length, 3.3-ounce weight, 0.5-inch hole diameter, and three-millimeter blade thickness
- Includes limited manufacturer's warranty; details included with purchase
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The Spyderco Persistence is an outstanding entry-level choice for those who are looking for a sturdy, dependable pocket knife. The 8Cr13MoV blade (a decent Chinese stainless steel tempered at the Rc56 to Rc58 range) retains a good edge and resists corrosion well. The full flat grind makes this knife a good slicer. Be careful, it comes scary sharp right out of the box. The G-10 handle, as well as the jimping along the spine and lock liner, provide a good grip and tactile feedback to the user. It also has a sturdy pocket clip that does not interfere with the user's grip (in my opinion). The clip can be moved for four different carry styles (left/right hand, tip up/down). Fit and finish are good, especially considering it's one of their lowest price (and overseas manufactured) models. But then you would expect nothing less from Spyderco.
The Persistence is only a slightly smaller version of the Spyderco Tenacious model but just as wicked. The primary difference between the Persistence and it's older sibling is in size and weight.
7 3/4" - length overall
4 7/16" - length closed
3 3/8" - blade length
4 oz. - weight
6 13/16" - length overall
4 1/8" - length closed
2 3/4" - blade length
3.3 oz. - weight
The difference may not look like much on paper but it is significant in your hand. I'm a big fan of the Tenacious but find myself carrying the Persistence more often simply because of size. Much will depend on what your needs are and what you are used to.Read more ›
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Update: November 2015
Still awesome. My daily carry.
In terms of its dimensions, it is just about the perfect length for a general use pocket knife (slightly under three inches). The one thing I might point out is that, while this blade is within the "regular" dimensions for a pocket knife in terms of length, the over-sized spyder hole and flat grind of the blade make it appear a lot bigger than other knives in its class. If you're looking for something that looks really small and discreet, you may want to look for a narrower blade.
That said, the broad blade and spyder hole, as well as the general construction of the knife, make for a really nice, easy open. The knife also slices extremely well. In short, it does what it is supposed to do really, really well... especially for less than 30 bucks.
The G-10 material used for the scales is nice and provides a good, solid grip. It isn't the most comfortable material I've ever held in my hand, in terms of the scales on the side of a knife, but like I said above... it does what it is supposed to do really, really well. It provides good, solid purchase. If I was going to hold this thing and use it to cut for hours on end (not usually my use), it might be a deal breaker though. Whittlers beware.
The research that I did indicated that some of these blades have construction problems, in terms of issues with the opening. I didn't have these problems. Mine is buttery smooth. Also, I'd seen more than one forum where people talked about how the clip (which is designed to be moved) is difficult to move. Specifically, some of the hex screws on the clip vary in size, or strip easily.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
amazing quality. Don't believe any haters...this thing is the best budget knife out therePublished 5 days ago by Victor
Cant go wrong with this knife. I use it as a work knife holds up very well put it through a lot of abuse and easy to sharpen with the sharpmaker. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Michael
I got mine from Reds Gear on here. Perfect EDC knife. First Syderco and won't be my last. Extremely sharp--passed paper test right out of the box. Solid liner lock! Read morePublished 20 days ago by Frank SVT
As a value EDC folder, this knife is well worth the money.
• The handle/blade size fits my medium sized hand well and isn't too large in the pocket. Read more
Unbelievable sharp edge! As the standard with Spyderco knives. This is my second Spyderco knife and probably won't be the last.Published 27 days ago by Melodie's Corner