Spyderco Junior By Alexandru Dionescue G-10 Plain Edge Knife, Black
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- Right/Left, Tip-Up clip
- Compression Lock
- Handle guard
- Flat-ground VG-10 Plain Edge blade
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Top Customer Reviews
This may cost way more than other spyderco knives, but the extra cost is warranted with the top notch materials and engineering that went into this design. You have to pay for quality.
Best new pocket knife of 2012, hands down..
Center balanced, unique look, G10 scales, tapered handle grip, a choil that acts as a finger gaurd, VG-10 steel, compression lock, strong clip, and a knife that's "not so big & not so small". Alexandru Dionescue's knowledge with knives clearly shows in this design that was meant for his young son. That said, it's very comfortable to use for light cutting chores around the house.
Other similar spyderco options of its size but with different components: Sage, Manix, Caly, and Yojimbo
It is very unfortunate to see that this has been discontinued. I hope I never lose it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great knife. Good size. Feels great in the hand. I use it for my EDC. It will take quite a knife to replace it.Published 9 months ago by Ben L.
awesome EDC! Great ergonomics. Nice blade size and shape. Excellent and solid top lock.
Easy one hand operation. Great wire pocket clip. Very pleased!
Awesome knife. G10 grip was more detailed than I imagined. Blade is well balanced and sharp right out of the box.Published 13 months ago by BoxInaShoe
Too bad the Dialex Junior is being discontinued; I think this is one of Spyderco's most refined designs to date. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bruce
Im a knife collector of all kinds and I love this knife well made great steel one of a kind designPublished 23 months ago by barry
Pros: This knife is somewhat compact in relation to my other full size knives; it's very thin, very light weight, has G10 scales, has a wide blade made of excellent steel (VG10),... Read morePublished on May 11, 2014 by Nelson W. Lentz
I think all in all most people won't appreciate the utilitarian function of this knife or the quality of materials or workmanship that went into this knifes design or fabrication... Read morePublished on September 2, 2013 by Stephen Gottschalk