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    Default What knife to buy next...

    As a newbie, I got into a bit of a buying frenzy over the last few months.

    Bought 5 cheapies (which I love) in the R500-R1000 range. Which then progressed Into the Spyderco Delica and PM2.

    Now I'm looking at the Endura.

    Is the Endura a good choice? I already have 2 Spyderco's. Is there maybe something that's equally as good.

    Note: I haven't actually used my knives to really cut anything besides paper. I just like looking at the them and having them sharp.

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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    What do you want to use your next knife for?

    As an ornamemt, I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    Well I don't really cut boxes or use my current ones daily. I'm a suit and tie kind of guy so I dont really get the opportunity to use my edc. So I was think of getting the endure for food prep.

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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    I had the Cara Cara 2 which was pretty much the same size as the Endura. I found it a bit too long for my liking for everyday use.
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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    http://www.ksky.ne.jp/~sumie99/

    For the connoisseur

    Good luck!

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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    For the office I really enjoy my Dragonfly 2, it fits in the coin pocket of dress pants and is really not intimidating to the staff, yet it cuts like a laser.
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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    Quote Originally Posted by Skaaphaas View Post
    For the office I really enjoy my Dragonfly 2, it fits in the coin pocket of dress pants and is really not intimidating to the staff, yet it cuts like a laser.
    I forgot to me mention that I have that also. It's so small I forgot about it lol
    Its my main edc. Hardly noticeable in the pocket.

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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ds J View Post
    http://www.ksky.ne.jp/~sumie99/

    For the connoisseur

    Good luck!
    Now that is something special and definitely my next step but not anytime soon. You need to have big money to play with the big toys.

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    Default Re: What knife to buy next...

    I'd highly recommend an endura sized spyderco!

    It's my favorite spyderco series of knives and they come in various blade steels... I've found myself carrying either the delica or endura 90% of the time over the last 7 years (I started carrying a saber ground delica since I was 13).

    In the last 2 years I've been preferring the bigger blade, especially for food preparation because whenever I use the delica sized spydercos I somehow end up getting the pivot or my hand full of whatever I was cutting. The longer blade really helps like buttering bread, and cleaning a blade is easier than cleaning the entire knife.

    Have you considered a H1 spyderco? During summer mine is always on me and I can swim with it in the ocean, it really is Rust Proof and not just Stain Less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman66707 View Post
    Now that is something special and definitely my next step but not anytime soon. You need to have big money to play with the big toys. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
    Hi hi - yes they are expensive. I got a CD from them for free

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