Spyderco SpydieChef

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Spyderco
SpydieChef

Manufacturer SKU……… C211TIP
Item Number……………… Spyderco_C211TIP_SpydieChef
Blade Length……………… 3.32″ (84 mm)
Blade Edge………………… Plain Edge
Blade Steel………………… LC200N
Blade Grind……………… Hollow
Blade Thickness………… 0.118″ (3.0mm)
Edge Length……………… 3.31″ (84mm)
Overall Length…………… 7.78″ (198mm)
Weight ……………………… 3.8oz (108g)
Handle……………………… Titanium
Lock Type…………………… Reeve Integral Lock
Details…………………………
Designed by renowned Polish custom knifemaker Marcin Slysz, the Spydiechef is an extremely refined folding knife that takes the user-friendly ergonomics and balance of a world-class chef’s knife and translates them into an all-purpose, everyday-carry folder that is impervious to the elements. A proud member of Spyderco’s Salt Series™ of ultra-corrosion-resistant knives, the Spydiechef features a gracefully curved blade crafted from LC200N. This state-of-the-art nitrogen-based alloy is extremely corrosion resistant and is actually used by NASA for the ball bearings used in aerospace applications. The blade’s broad profile and full-flat grind create exceptional edge geometry that ensures precise, low-friction cutting performance.
To reduce weight, optimize balance, and simplify cleaning, the Spydiechef features an open-backed handle constructed with two precision-machined solid titanium scales. The reverse-side scale houses a stout Reeve Integral Lock (R.I.L.) mechanism that locks the blade firmly open when in use. For additional security when working around water, the handle also includes a lined lanyard hole for easy attachment of safety lines and lanyards and a reversible deep-pocket wire clip for convenient, ambidextrous carry and quick tip-up access.
An impressive synthesis of custom-quality craftsmanship and advanced corrosion-resistant materials, the Spydiechef offers extreme cutting performance in a package that is immune to even the harshest environments.

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 2 × 3 × 6 in
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