NO any model you think would benefit by a larger or smaller scale version. The reason I alluded to many of the older models was because I've been thinking about what could be done to give some of those older models a chance to see what they would be like in a larger or smaller scale version.wrdwrght wrote: ↑Tue Dec 10, 2019 12:30 pmBecause JD often supposes a bygone Spyderco Golden Age, I’m not sure what “Classic” would mean, especially as I detect no falling off in quality or design since the ‘00s (or 90s or ‘80s).
Or are we just talking models no longer in production so as to make way for newer ones.
All that you said is certainly something to consider. I really like that idea of a Clipitool setup with LC200N and a serrated blade.DirtMcGirt wrote: ↑Tue Dec 10, 2019 12:58 pmI wish for a larger size clipitool w/serrated blade. Literally just scale it up so it has a 4+” handle, and I’ll buy one like that. But if I’m wishing, I wish for it to be made in Golden, Co with a g10 handle, S30V blades, and the classic spoon clip. I am open to any lock style, even keeping it a slip joint.
Another wish would be for one made in Japan with a plain edge LC200N blade, and H-1 for the serrated. FRN scales. Any size.
Pic from Spyderco online catalogue for reference:
When it comes to the Dodo I can go both ways. I would love a really smaller, serrated version myself. But I still say that a much bigger Dodo would be an awesome tool for a guy who uses a knife a lot in their work.
I have one and it's great. Not the same for my hand though.
I personally feel that the standard Dodo is the largest I'd wanto. It really shines with a small blade and larger handle.JD Spydo wrote: ↑Tue Dec 10, 2019 5:13 pmWhen it comes to the Dodo I can go both ways. I would love a really smaller, serrated version myself. But I still say that a much bigger Dodo would be an awesome tool for a guy who uses a knife a lot in their work.
The concept behind the PM2 Skinny Backlock stemmed from the Manix Backlock with linerless G10. Instead of a thicker blade stock like the Manix BL, I'd love to see a thinner blade stock used (3mm or less) with thin linerless G10 handles on my favorite model, the PM2. Slicy, thin in pocket, those beloved PM2 ergos.SF Native wrote: ↑Tue Dec 10, 2019 5:19 pm
Yeah I would go for that. I would even like to have a super huge version of the Rock Lobster as well.
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