Spyderco Grasshopper™ Stainless Steel Slip Joint Compact Knife
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Spyderco's micro-sized slipjoints are fully functional, impressively sharp folding knives that are very much at home on a keychain. Their stainless steel handles are the perfect palette for engraving or other embellishment and their Trademark Round Holes are much more user friendly than traditional nail nicks.
The Plain Edge 3Cr stainless steel blade stays open when you're cutting, held by resistant pressure at the knife's pivot area.
The Bug is the smallest folder in the lineup, the HoneyBee mid-sized and the GrassHopper is closest to that of a penknife with its blade over two-inches.
The Grasshopper has a Plain Edge that is sharpened with no serrations or teeth, sometimes referred to as a "smooth" edge. The Drop-Point blade style is a design popularised by the hunting knives of the late Bob Loveless. The spine of the blade follows a subtle convex arc to the point.
The full-flat ground has flat bevels that extend from the spine all the way to the cutting edge. This grind reduces drag during cutting and decreases overall weight.
A non-locking mechanism in which the blade is held open by spring pressure on a flat section on the back of the blade's tang.
Steel containing a minimum of 12% chromium, making the steel resistant to corrosion. The chromium oxide (CrO) in the steel creates a barrier to oxygen and moisture, thus inhibiting rust formation.