I'm inclined to think not. It sort of goes against the thumb hole IMO even though it's still there the design really makes it an afterthought and really little more than adding their trademark to the blade.Liquid Cobra wrote:Beautiful shots. So do you guys think this is will be a continuing trend from Spyderco? More flippers? I like the Domino a lot and would totally pick one up if I had the funds. I didn't realize Eric designed this one. What are the chances of them designing a flipper more in the $100 price range? Maybe skip the titanium.
It is kind of nice to have all the options and even though the thumb hole isn't necessary, it's not redundant in any way. I think it is mainly because of where the thumb hole is positioned and also the size. I know on some recently released models the thumb hole is small or in an awkward spot on the blade, that is not the case on this model. Obviously the flipper is really quick but alternatively using your fore finger and the thumb hole is just as quick and if you want to open the knife slowly (so the office staff don't run for cover) the thumb hole is again a nice option to have.Evil D wrote:I'm inclined to think not. It sort of goes against the thumb hole IMO even though it's still there the design really makes it an afterthought and really little more than adding their trademark to the blade.
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