Monday, September 30, 2013

Spyderco Resilience

Spyderco Resilience

If you are a Spyderco fan then this is one model you want to make sure you add to your collection. The superbly crafted folding knife is big on detail and not so big on price.
The unmistakable logo which has featured on all the Spyderco models makes this Spyderco Resilience a cool must have, either to add to your current collection or for a work horse of a utility knife.

This blade can be used and abused and you will find that it will work just as well as the day you bought it. It has quite a large blade being 4.5 inch and is a tactical model from Spyderco. The Spyderco resilience is one of the larger tenacious models and weighs in at about 5Lb 2 ounces. This is relatively lightweight considering the size of the blade. It is ergonomic and can be used for a variety of uses. Many people take this knife, hunting, camping and use them around the home and garden. One user likened the blade to a super vegetable knife.

This is also a great collectable especially if you are a spyderco fan. Don't be put off by the low cost of this knife, whilst low in cost it certainly isn't low on quality. The largest of the Spyderco folding knives, no collection would be complete without the Spyderco Resilience. Although it is quite large the blade folds down neatly and can still fit snugly into your pocket.
  • Features of the Spyderco Resilience
  • Full-flat ground 8Cr13MoV Stainless Blade
  • Tip to handle cutting edge
  • Slip proof seat for the thumb
  • G-10 handle
  • Phospher bronze washers for smooth and resistance free action.
Many people have commented that the deployment of the blade is short and sharp and is suitable for right and left handers.

What to look out for 

Unfortunately the stainless steel in the Spyderco Resilience isn't as good quality as we would like, however for the price, this is to be expected. Many people choose to coat their blade or alternatively you could use a quality gun oil which appears to prolong the life of the blade.
Overall this is a great knife for the money and the reviews for this knife have been favourable wherever you look.

The Spyderco Resilience looks cool, acts cool and has a cool price tag.
The other models to look out for fro Spyderco are the Tenacious, Persistence, Delicia, Ambitious and of course the Manix for which there are two series. The second edition in the range is not much different from the first but does come in a variety of colours unlike the first edition.

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