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Spyderco Pacific Salt Couteau
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- SC91SBK Couteau Spyderco Pacific Salt Acier H1 Manche FRN Couteau Spyderco Made In Japan
- Longueur fermé 12.5cm
- Longueur de lame 9.7cm
- Lame en acier H1
- Lame serrated
- Manche en Fibre de nylon
- Ouverture d'une main
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Description du produit
Spyderco Pacific sel dentelée. Taille fermée 12,2 cm. Dents de scie en acier H1. Poignée noire nylon renforcé de fibre de verre avec du verre. Réversible en acier inoxydable Clip. H1 utilise acier 1 % d'azote, carbone au lieu d'avoir un couteau exempt de rouille. . Pas de rouille même si humide.
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The ergonomics are perfect for me. The handle is just the right size for my hand, and the knife has enough blade to be useful without being too large. Among other things, I climb rocks and do high rigging, which means that I need a one-hand opener for safety and speed of access. With the pocket clip and large thumbhole, this knife is instantly at the ready. (Tactical concerns are not primary for me, but if called upon, this knife could certainly be put to use very quickly, with great effect) But unlike almost any other knife I've tried, this one can be closed and put away one-handed just as fast as it can be opened, without shifting grip. It takes some practice, but I've been carrying a Spyder every day since 1990, so I've had some practice. And although very easy to manipulate, the lock is also very secure- I have never had it come unlocked unexpectedly, and it seems more than strong enough to lock against any reasonable force. The action is very smooth and precise, having neither play nor drag.
The knife is thin, lightweight, and sits flat in the pocket. It's the flattest, lightest knife of this size I've seen. Bonus points for having a titanium pocket clip, too. I recently lowsided my motorcycle (sudden front flat in a corner) and slid about 50 feet, largely on my Salt's pocket clip. Not recommended, but it barely got scratched, let alone actually damaged.
The Pacific Salt offers more blade and cutting power than any knife its weight. Part of that is the excellent H-1 steel. This is great steel for a real cutting knife. This stuff keeps an edge for a long time, like over a week of heavy-duty 3/8" hemp rope cutting, 14 hours a day, rigging a movie set. When it comes time to sharpen, it takes some doing, as the steel is quite hard, but it's very worth it for the edgeholding. (I use a Spyder Sharpmaker, which works really well for all my knives, even on serrated blades) Part of the cutting power is the unique "spyderedge" serrations, which are the best I've worked with. They rip right through rope, webbing, whatever, like it's not there. Pretty much every time I've let a guy try my knife, he says something like "Damn! That thing is _sharp_!"- and that's from guys who use knives all the time. As far as rust resistance, I have gotten all sorts of nasty stuff on the blade and not cleaned it for a while, and it hasn't corroded or tarnished at all. It's the closest thing to truly stainless steel anywhere, although any steel can corrode under the right (wrong) conditions. Call it extremely corrosion-resistant, but do try to rinse off salt, acids, etc, as soon as possible.
Finally, although I really would prefer this knife to any other at any price, the Pacific Salt is dirt cheap for what you get. Unless you egregiously abuse it by prying with it, trying to stick it through a car door, or something equally inappropriate, it will last forever. With the excellent clip, it'll never fall out of your pocket, even if you're hanging upside down like I sometimes do- you can remove the barrel bolt and adjust clip tension to suit. But if you do manage to lose it, drop it overboard, or whatever, you're not out a bundle. This knife represents absolutely maximal bang per buck, IMO.
Potential negative points: The clip is not reversible. This is actually a positive for me, as I like tip-up carry, and don't want the knife cluttered up with a lug for tip-down. (The knife is, however, ambidextrous; you can swap the clip to the other side for left-pocket carry) The black finish on the clip and barrel bolt tends to fade and wear- maybe leaving them unfinished would be better, and you'd get to see the titanium of the clip. The clip tends to chew up the lip of your pants pocket after a while- if you care, you could take off the clip and round off the edges on the underside with a Dremel. I might actually do that, come to think of it, as it will wear out a Carhartt pocket lip before the pants are fully worn out. The FRN handle is not G-10 or anything else fancy. Fine by me; guys who want to spend more money for cooler looking handles have many fine products from Spyderco and others to choose from. The FRN handle is rigid, durable, and grippy enough for any activity, even with wet hands or gloves. I'm reaching here- I really don't see any serious negatives to this knife.
Conclusion: Buy at least two and keep the spare(s) against the terrible day when they discontinue this, the best pocketknife on Earth.
** Update 08/05/15 ** I recently purchased the Spyderco Police model based on the reviews thinking that I could get an even better Spyderco knife versus the Pacific Salt, I was wrong! The police model has an extra 1/4 inch blade length and a longer handle which by the way has stainless steel grips that are smooth and offer no grip and make the knife weigh a ton (okay not an actual ton but noticeably heavier). So the Police model has a little extra blade length that really isn't very noticeable, has a very thin tip that will probably break, has a longer handle with slippery grips that are heavy and weigh down my pocket and costs more money. Guess what, I returned the Police model knife for a refund and I am now even more certain about by original review. The Spyderco Pacific Salt is a great knife that beats all the glowing reviews that the Police model has. I am totally happy and absolutely have no regrets buying and owning this model. I also should have mentioned that some of the other knives that I own are Cold Steel models which are great knives with good lockup and a great edge but that don't really make a good carry knife because of their size a weight for the same blade length. I like my Cold Steel knifes but for everyday carry I always put the Pacific Salt in my pocket.
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