Spyderco - Byrd Robin™ 2 Stainless Black Blade Knife - BY10BKP2
- Compact EDC folder from Spyderco. Thanks to its excellent ergonomics, it lies perfectly in the hand, gives the impression of working with a larger knife. Favourite folder for experienced users looking for maximum performance at an affordable price
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The blade - Drop Point profile made of sharp, easy to sharpen 8Cr13MoV stainless steel (equivalent to Japanese AUS-8 steel). The Plain smooth blade has a Full Flat Grind reducing the weight of the knife. The notched fragment of the main spine, the ramp (jimping / crosshatching) sets the thumb and gives a solid support, and the curved cut under the index finger between the handle and the cutting edge (finger choil jimping) makes it easier to operate the folder. Comet-shaped cut-out (Spyderco patent) for quick opening of the blade. Back-Lock head lock with protection against accidental release of the lock during strong handle, cut-out in David Boye's design lock.
Handle - solid stainless steel lining with black oxide coating. The twisted design ensures that all components are precisely matched for maximum efficiency. Phosphorus bronze pads ensure that the penknife opens and closes smoothly without any problems. Metal hourglass clip with the possibility of mounting in four planes (up/down, right/left) 4-way clip positions. The hole (lanyard hole) allows you to mount the safety line.
Product number: BY10BKP2
Name: Byrd Robin2 Stainless Black / Black Blade PlainEdge
Type of steel: 8Cr13MoV
Length of the blade: 61.0 mm / 2.40"
Blade thickness: 2.5 mm / 0.098"
Overall length: 145.0 mm / 5.70"
Length folded: 84.0 mm / 3.30"
Weight: 85.0 g / 3.0 oz
Type of cutting edge: Plain (smooth)
Grinding: Full Flat (flat full)
Type of lock: Back-Lock
Handle: Stainless, black oxide coating
Clip: 4-position ambidextrous (Tip-Up/Down)
Manufacturer: Spyderco, U.S.A.
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