With the advent of the Chaparral Light Weight, I wonder if the Dragonfly's best days are over. What we have is two beautifully executed knife designs. Both do a lot with a small package and both are ergonomic wonders. However, the Chaparral is almost the same closed size as the Dragonfly, but the blade and cutting edge are the size of the Delica. The Chaparral is a better slicer, overall. The Dragonfly does work well in office environments and places where the blade length of the Chaparral would be problematic.
Anyway, what do you think? Does the Chaparral Light Weight make the Dragonfly obsolete?
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