I don't quite get the swedge, I think it ruins the blade estetics
At 8:09-8:10 this looks like that part of the spine was cut
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oj7aGp ... e=youtu.be
Weight reduction must be negligible
And swedge functionally is zero point zero zero zero zero
Is small and non tactical and you definitely don't need that swedge on this small knife to stab that piece of cheese that is aggressively looking at you threatening your life...
I mean I understand the cops will shoot that piece of cheese no questions asked, being afraid for their lives, but I don't quite get it on this small knife, knife people should have more courage in front of the cheese than the cops, right?
They moved the clip down and lanyard hole up, see at 7:14
Is there a poll anywhere on the Spyderco forums that you can point me to whose results concluded that the POS-lanyard-hole is that
I think it's the other way around, the clip is important for most of the users who keep them in their pockets out of which only a minority use lanyards
Loads of people have complained about Para3 clip position being too low on the handle due to the lanyard hole and then bought aftermarket deep carry clips
On Techno 2 why would you put the clip below lanyard hole line is beyond me...
I mean what is the logic
Is it the fact that being "a hole" then any hole has a priority for Spyderco above anything else and gets special respect
Spyderco Techno doesn't have this setup, it got it right, so why ruin it
The original Slysz Mouse2 design only has a lanyard hole on the show scale
If you are getting so confused about these two then why don't you just keep it simple and follow the original designs or just keep original Techno clip/lanyard setup
Blade is thinner and open construction, they got that right, I might still want to try it