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Spyderco Endura4 Lightweight FRN Flat Ground Knife
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- Manufacturer: Spyderco
- Spyderco Endura4 lightweight black frn spyderedge
- Latest evolution of one of the most popular knives ever made
- Flat-ground VG-10 high-carbon stainless steel blade with a fully serrated (SpyderEdge) cutting edge
- Mid-positioned back lock with David Boye Dent locks blade securely open and prevents accidental closure
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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.
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The only complaint I have is that the blade centering is just a tad off with the blade in its closed position. The action of the blade is also a bit stiff on deployment. I have not had a chance to fiddle with the pivot screw, and I am hoping that backing it off a little will fix both of these minor issues. If the blade centering was spot on out of the box, I would have given a solid five star review. That aside, i have no buyers remorse for making this purchase, and I am definitely in love with this knife.
The reason I only give 3 stars is because my blade centering was WAY off- that is something that really irks me. Also the bushings seem too tight- when i hold down the back lock I the blade is still rather stiff- which is unacceptable for me. There really isn't much smooth about the deployment of the blade.
Having said that it is not an expensive knife and for the money I paid I recieved a decent enough blade- but I would recommend you pony up the extra $$$ and get the Endura 4 FFG with the G10 handle.
I'll only be buying Spyderco knives that were produced in the Taichung locations from here on out.
The opening system is genius, and with practice, it's easy to flip it out without touching the blade at all. I love finding new creative ways to open it. My favorite actually might be holding it underhand style by the blade, then flipping the handle open towards the person who just said "does somebody have a knife?"
I use it every day for things like opening various packages, cutting labels, breaking down boxes, and even food on occasion. Sometimes I use it to shave fuzzies off of clothes (this happens all the time with aprons at work) or cut stray threads. The opening mechanism makes it easy to just subtly open it a smidge and quickly slide a string across it.. Flipping it open and closed and juggling it around is great for when I need something to do with my hands (like when watching movies)....(don't do that in public btw)
I realize most of these things can be done with any knife, but I've never run into any issues with the Endura4. I recommend the Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker for sharpening it, and Ballistol for lubing it up.