This knife has been modified by the KnivesPlus Team. Please note that modifying knives may void the warranty.
ALL SCALES WILL LOOK DIFFERENT, SOMETIMES DRASTICALLY. THIS IS THE NATURE OF THIS TECHNIQUE. WE HAVE ADDED PICTURES OF THE DIFFERENCES YOU MAY SEE.
Also, color will fade over time, this is the nature of anodizing titanium.
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The MODIFIED illustrated Spyderco Knife is the Spyderco SpydieChef Knife, designed in collaboration with Marcin Slysz, that features a 3.32" blade made of ultra corrosion resistant LC200N ball bearing steel, .118" thick. The blade of this Spyderco knife has a flat grind and the Spyderco hole for ambidextrous one hand opening. The titanium handle WITH ADDED MAYHEM FINISH, 4.46" closed, has open back constuction for easy cleaning, the sturdy R.I.L. (Reeve Integral Lock), and a lanyard hole. A side to side reversible wire clip is mounted at the butt end of this Spyderco Knife. The MODIFIED Spyderco SpydieChef Knife has an overall open length of 7.78" and it weighs 3.8 ounces. Made in Taiwan.
From the Spyderco website: A proud member of Spyderco's Salt Series of ultra-corrosion-resistant knives, the SpydieChef takes the user-friendly ergonomics of a good chef's knife and translates them into a do-all folder optimized for everyday carry. Based on knifemaker Marcin Slysz' custom design, it features a gracefully curved, full-flat-ground blade crafted from LC200N - an extremely corrosion resistant nitrogen-based steel used by NASA for ball bearings. Its easily cleaned, open-backed handleconsists of two solid titanium scales, one of which houses a stout Reeve Integral Lock (R.I.L.) mechanism. A lined lanyard hole and a reversible deep-pocket wire clip provide convenient carry and quick tip-up access.