SpyderEdgeForever wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 16, 2018 3:40 am
embry386 wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 16, 2018 2:16 am
I like the current version of the Endura very much. Aesthetically, I prefer the pointy tip of earlier versions, but for practical purposes I like the tip on the current version. It's wider and better for spreading peanut butter on bread. And if I ever decide I really want a pointy Endura, it'll be easy to just grind a bit of metal off and make it pointy. If it came pointy from the factory and I decided I wanted a wider tip, I'd be outta luck. So I'm very happy with the current version.
Great points and great choice. This makes me want to get another Endura 4
I love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and I love Spyderco knives
Replying over a year later, after purchasing an Endura 3 and being able to compare firsthand to the Endura 4...
I still prefer the broader tip and flat-ground-ness of the Endura 4. However, the Endura 3 has such an awesome handle shape, and is so lightweight without those heavy liners of the Endura 4, that I've come to prefer it anyway. My Endura 4 is in a box under my bed, and the 3 is lying on the desk next to me, and that's where they've been for the last several months -- the 3 out and about where I can use it, and the 4 languishing in a box.
This has made me interested in getting an updated version of the Pac Salt. Hoping it'll have an Endura 4 flatground bladeshape, but no liners -- that'd be very awesome, and would probably kick the Endura 3 out of my pocket.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are great
And they taste even better when you use your Spyderco to make them