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Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Knife
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- Made in USA or Imported
- Blade length 3 3/8" (86mm)
- Blade steel 8CR13MOV
- Weight 4oz (115g)
- Handle material G-10
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From among these choices, the knife that I am carrying most often these days is the Tenacious. Admittedly, a part of the reason for that is that this knife is newer than the others. But some new knives I have received over the years (Christmas, Birthdays, etc.) found their place in a drawer pretty quickly. Newer or not, I wouldn't carry this knife if I felt that it was notably inferior to the others.
First, the blade: The Tenacious offers a hefty chunk of steel, especially compared to most other knives at this price point. The modified leaf shape, non-serrated design is very close to the optimal drop point style I prefer. Adequate blade thickness together with the flat grind and wide chord design give this blade extra strength. I'd expect this knife to perform well even for rugged duty tasks. I respect - and never deliberately abuse - my knives. But I don't baby them either and so far these expectations (over about 3 months use) seem well founded.
The Tenacious has some niceties and features that are not usually expected at this price point. The G-10 scales and the smoothness of blade deployment, for example. The pivot tension is user adjustable. I also like the fact that the pocket clip can be switched around to suit user preference. Last but not least, the skeletonized steel liners and a hefty liner lock give this knife a solid feel. (Some people don't like liner locks but unless you are a lefty, I don't know why.Read more ›
First off, WOW! I am blown away at the amazing knife I got for only $32. I did a lot of looking around, reading reviews, checking out hundreds of youtube vids (big thanks to nutnfancy and cutlerylover for the wonderful knife reviews and insight!) and I figured I should give the Tenacious a try due to all the rave it gets around the net. I will say this, those rave reviews are not inaccurate! This thing is simply a LOT of knife with top notch quality for a unbelievable price. There is a few downsides though, one in particular with has soured the excellent experience I have had thus far, but overall the tenacious is worth well over the ~$30 it sells for. In fact this knife could easily sell at two or three times its cost and still be worth it (would need better steel at a higher price point though).
But anyway, here is the pro/con breakdown.
- Cheap, cheap, cheap! ~$30 is the kind of knife you will actually use and not worry about beating up. Doesn't really matter if you lose/break it, sure it will stink, but for $30 you won't lose much sleep over it.
- Great lockup. Out of the box the Tenacious had ZERO blade play in either direction, and even after flipping it open with great authority all day long (and I really mean whipping it open hard) it still locks up TIGHT! The liner lock is also rock solid, and I can't imagine it failing under normal (or even beyond normal) usage of the knife.
- Loving the Spydie thumb hole!Read more ›
I recommend getting the full straight blade instead of the 1/2 serrated.
If you're thinking about spending $30 or more on the little brother (Spyderco Persistence), you might as well get this one. Bigger blade, similar weight, and same price.
**Edit, after over 4 years of use**
Okay, so here's a long term update. I've had this blade for nearly 4 years, using it occasionally. During this time I've taken it camping, kayaking, had it on my toolbelt while I worked in the garage, had it resting on my nightstand... I see this blade nearly every single day and put it to use whenever I can. It's my go-to blade.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice knife. No better blade on the market for the money.Published 2 days ago by Christopher Huffman
Knife is ok for light duty work, pivot screw needs constant adjustments to keep the blade centered. Blade chips very easily with even light use.Published 8 days ago by Gary H
Good edc use on the job ever day,hit the crock sticks and it's razor sharp.Published 9 days ago by Ellen
Great knife. I got the all black version the DLC coating is soooooo durable. Lock up is rock solid. The steel is easy to get and keep scary sharp. The wheight is perfect. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Micah Clarke
I've never owned a Spyderco before but I can honestly say this is my favorite knife now. I love the little spider hole for opening and I've gotten comments asking where I got it. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Chris Dillon
excellent knife, though it's too fat to fit into the pocket for me. i usually keep wallet in that same pocketPublished 22 days ago by Stefan
I gave theses knives at groomsmen's gifts all of them are still in perfect working order and still have a shape edge.Published 24 days ago by J. Burke