Spyderco spydercard

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Spyderco spydercard

Postby baszerkawits » Tue Sep 18, 2001 12:00 am

I might buy one to fit in my wallet. How thick are they? 1/8?



Will I be happy if I get one? Anybody have one, like to share your thoughts?



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Postby aero_student » Thu Sep 20, 2001 5:07 pm

It is an incredibly sharp little knife. I keep one with pretty much everywhere I go. Be careful not to take it on a plane. It can be very easy to forget you even have it with you.

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Postby mrb » Thu Sep 20, 2001 5:51 pm

I've just put the micrometer on mine - it's right on 5mm thick (plus about another mm for the small rivets that protude slightly).

I don't actually carry mine in my wallet - I found it a bit heavy - and a little fiddly to get out - but love the design - the blade is VERY sharp as mentioned above.

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Postby Lt.Hawkins » Thu Sep 20, 2001 10:05 pm

... i could have sworn i posted in this thread already... hrmm. oh well, its been said by the other two guys <img src="smile.gif" width=15 height=15 align=middle>

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Postby Spin » Fri Sep 21, 2001 12:59 am

I have also thought of buying one but when i saw a similar card knife made by mircotech i am tempted to get that one instead. anyone of you have come across the mircotech one, which has a sort of drop pointed blade instead of the spydercard's straight blade?
I have only seen that in the mags.

Also, I found the spydercard a bit not very comfy to hold (a bit too thin). But I am quite sure that given the amount of cards and bits of paper etc in people's wallets, airport security won't really spot it if people want to carry it on a flight...

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Postby CraigC » Fri Sep 21, 2001 9:35 am

Airport security would not spot a SpyderCard in your wallet, probably. If you get caught using it in flight, however, or if someone sees it, you are cooked.


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