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Spyderco Pacific Salt Plain Edge H1-Steel Knife
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- Ambidextrous tip-up titanium clip; Black FRN Volcano Grip handle; David Boye Dent
- Lanyard hole for cord attachment in water; 14mm Spyderco Round Hole; Hollow-ground blade
- Specifications: Closed - 4-15/16"; Overall - 8-5/8"; Blade - 3-13/16" Blade Steel - H-1
- Weight - 3.0 oz.; Handle Material - Black FRN
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Top Customer Reviews
It it quite large--and that surprised me when I got it. Blade length is approximately 3 3/4", and the handle is 4 7/8". Over time, however, I got used to carrying it in my pocket, and I actually like the large grip because of the purchase my hand gets on it, and the leverage I can put on whatever I'm cutting. Despite its size, it is very lightweight. This is due to the synthetic handle and minimal use of metal where not necessary, as well as using titanium for the pocket clip.
Before I owned this knife, my EDC (Everyday Carry) knife alternated between the Kershaw Ken Onion Leek Folding Knife with Speed Safe and the Case Cutlery 024 Case TrapperLock Pocket Knife with Chrome Vanadium Blade Amber Bone. The Leek had long been my favorite EDC, and I will still carry the Leek where I need to be more discreet.
Using the thumb hole and traditional locking back on the Spyderco was different at first, as all my previous carry knives had thumb studs and liner locks. After getting use to this style, I do not have a marked preference for either style. I will say that one-handed operation when closing the blade is much easier with the liner locks--one handed operation is possible but not preferable with this Spyderco. One-handed opening is easy with this knife, even in gloves.
I am ROUGH on this knife.Read more ›
Update: 14/12/2012 Been using as my EDC for a while now both in and around salt water, no rust at all. My only problem is that it's not the easiest knife to sharpen in the field in my opinion. Other than that I still love the knife and will purchase H1 again.
The H-1 steel workhardens as you use it, so use and sharpen often and it will get better with age. Right out of the box I'd say it's very similar to the old AUS-8 Spydies in terms of edge retention and tooth. It's not as slick and polished when resharpened as the VG-10 Spydies, but for my uses it's just fine. I prefer the toothiness, actually.
Along the H-1 blade, this version gets you the old style clip (much tougher in my experience than the new pocket clip that attaches with three screws) in titanium, a larger opening hole for those of us with sausage fingers, and the jimping on the blade near the opening hole.
It's light, thin, and sharp. It won't rust no matter how poorly you treat it. It's nearly the perfect Spyderco.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like the knife a lot and everything about it is perfect...except one thing, the spyderco hole is crazy sharp.... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Adam Thomas
Very nice knife, and so far completely impervious to any rust. A++Published 4 months ago by Eric Mickley
I love the simplicity of this knife - one blade, two pieces of grippy composite stuff. Blade is a bit thick, so it is good for heavy duty tasks but less good for slicing fruit or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nicholas Martin
Great knife and takes and holds a good edge. I didn't give it 5 stars because the belt clip is always bending out. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Cruizer Ed
I'm still checking out the steel so far it's growing on mePublished 14 months ago by David Chynoweth
Excellent knife, the HD steel absolutely performs as promised. I bought this because I live on the coast and like to have a knife on me when I fishing or in the water. Read morePublished 15 months ago by trent maindelle