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Spyderco

Dragonfly 2 Lightweight Orange

95,95 € *

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  • Pocket Knife
  • 14,3 cm
  • 5,8 cm
  • 2,5 mm
  • 34 g
  • VG-10
  • FRN
  • Thumb Hole
  • Manual
  • Backlock
  • Orange
  • Uncoated
  • 01SP792
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The magnificence of a design is sometimes concealed under an inconspicuous exterior. The perfect ergonomics, the outstanding handiness and the versatility in everyday life in this very compact size make the Spyderco Dragonfly the first...read more
The magnificence of a design is sometimes concealed under an inconspicuous exterior. The perfect ergonomics, the outstanding handiness and the versatility in everyday life in this very compact size make the Spyderco Dragonfly the first choice as a small EDC. The second finger recess and the ribbed thumb rest allow different grip types and maximum control when cutting. With convertible clip (l/r). The blade is made of VG-10, the handle of orange fiberglass-reinforced nylon (FRN).
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The first pocket knife from Spyderco has been manufactured in 1981, even back then they used the so called “Spyderhole”, a round hole in the blade. With the help of the hole, the knives can be opened very easily and fast by only using the thumb of the leading hand. During the years Spyderco has become one of the world leading brands and is now worldwide the supplier of different emergency forces from the police and military. Countless innovations, perfect workmanship and using the best materials guarantee top drawer products.

The first pocket knife from Spyderco has been manufactured in 1981, even back then they used the so called “Spyderhole”, a round hole in the blade. With the help of the hole, the knives can be... more

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