Spyderco Dragonfly Plain Edge Folding Knife
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It seems like small knives get respect equivalent to their size, very little. Most people wouldn't look at a subcompact lightweight car and think "high-performance vehicle". That first estimation could change when it's revealed that clown car is disproportionately packing 350 horsepower and a high-speed racing package.
Another example of stature not accurately representing ability is a Spyderco Dragonfly. The VG-10 blade is tooled into a full flat-grind 2-1/4" long blade with a spine cusp jutting out the top where the thumb naturally settles itself for control over the cutting edge. The G-10 handle is ergonomically blueprinted so when held and used the knife feels and performs like a larger tool. Even the positioning of the Spyderco Round Opening Hole in relation to the pivot is tweaked for smooth opening and hitting all the correct pressure points in the hand. Blade and handle geometry create a series of grip angles with a purposeful flat shelf at the base where the pinkie finger rides as a leverage point.
Wire clip carries right or left-handed tip-up or use it as a money clip.
The Spyderco Dragonfly features a Plain Edge blade. This is a sharpened edge with no serrations or teeth, sometimes referred to as a "smooth" edge
The blade is coated in a cost-effective steel called VG-10 which doesn't compromise on toughness or durability. Produced primarily in Japan, the VG-10 is easier to sharpen than other steels as well as offering remarkable corrosive resistance.
The Dragonfly has a Back-Lock mechanism. This locking system is positioned on the back of the handle and uses a rocker arm that pivots in the center. A lug on one end of the arm engages a notch in the blade’s tang to lock the blade open.
The handle is crafted from an epoxy-filled woven glass fibre called G-10 that is rigid and impervious to both temperature changes and chemical effects.
The G-10 handle is ergonomically blueprinted so when held and used the knife feels and performs like a larger tool.