Spyderco C75STP3 Kiwi3 Pocket Knife 2" Wharncliffe Blade, Slip Joint, Stag Inlays
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SP75STP3: Kiwi 3 Stag
Kiwis combine everything great about traditional old-world non-locking penknives with techno twenty-first century performance blade-steel and ergonomics.
Its affable two-inch long 8Cr13Mov blade (hollow ground) is a classically-shaped Wharncliffe with a Spyderco Round Hole giving an animalistic appearance. Above the hole sits a spine cusp, making a slip-resistant site for thumb or index finger placement adding precision and control while cutting.
Classified as a non-locking folder, the Kiwi has a slip-joint pivot that generates resistance to closing, keeping the blade safely open when used. Bitten out of the handle’s underbelly are two deep-cut finger-indentations. The first positions the index finger in line behind the cutting edge and doubles as a stop, keeping the blade from inadvertently closing. The second indent (cut just behind the first) accommodates the middle finger. Both indents jog the fingers to a position on the handle offering control, dexterity and conveying the impression of gripping a larger knife.
Kiwi stainless handle is scaled (both front and back) with natural stag that is unique in color and texture to each knife. Handle is clipless with a lanyard for lacing a thong or leather strap.
- Blade Length: 2-7/16" (62 mm)
- Cutting Edge: 2" (51 mm)
- Blade Thickness: 3/32" (2.5 mm)
- Overall Length: 5-5/8" (143 mm)
- Closed Length: 3-5/16" (84 mm)
- Hole Diameter: 3/8" (10 mm)
- Blade Steel: 8Cr13MoV
- Weight: 1.6 oz. (47 g)
- Handle Material: SS Bolstered with Stag Inlays
- No Pocket Clip
- Made in China
Naturally dropped deer antlers are used to create a natural rugged look and feel. Antler from the Axis and Sambar deer in India are renowned for their density and are therefore most commonly used for knife scales.
An affordable medium carbon stainless steel with a good balance of edge holding and corrosion resistance properties.