The smallest knife in the Spyderco product line, the Bug is a fully functional slip-joint folding knife in an incredibly tiny package. Its flat-ground blade is 3Cr13 stainless steel blade is razor sharp. Its handle is constructed of satin-finished stainless steel and offers enough surface area for engraving or embellishment, making the Bug an ideal jewelry or gift item. The end of the handle has a lanyard hole large enough to accommodate a chain (for wear as a necklace) or a key ring.
The Bug is the smallest knife in innovative cutlery company Spyderco's product line. A razor sharp, go-anywhere slip-joint folder, the compact knife's flat-ground blade is made of stainless steel that holds a keen edge over time, and the handle is also made of satin-finished stainless steel. The end of the handle has a lanyard hole large enough to accept a small chain or key ring. Part of Spyderco's new SLIPITS line, the Bug features a non-locking, slip-joint design, with no locking mechanism holding the blade open. Instead, the blade is held open by resistant pressure at the pivot area when the blade is extended and being used.
- 2.875-inch open length
- 1.625-inch closed length
- 1.3-inch 3Cr13 steel blade
- 1.125-inch cutting edge
- 0.19-inch blade hole
- 0.06-inch blade thickness
- 0.4-ounce weight
Sypderco knives include a limited manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Details are included with your purchase.
Thinking beyond established knife industry practices has allowed Spyderco to introduce new innovations, including one-hand opening, serrations on a folder, and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. Spyderco remains dedicated to researching and developing improved, better-performing materials with function and reliability, and its unique cutlery line is a result of designing ergonomic, functional tools. The company puts its new products through rigorous testing prior to release, examining edge retention with a CATRA machine, looking for rust development with Q-FOG, checking the force needed to open and close a knife, and analyzing numerous other technical details.