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Snap-It Salt Lightweight Yellow Serrated

140,95 € *

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  • Pocket Knife
  • 01SP905
On the Snap-It, a carabiner hook replaced the characteristic Spyderco trouser clip many years ago. Particularly popular with climbers, craftsmen, or nature enthusiasts, the carabiner hook has turned the Snap-It into a practical and...read more
On the Snap-It, a carabiner hook replaced the characteristic Spyderco trouser clip many years ago. Particularly popular with climbers, craftsmen, or nature enthusiasts, the carabiner hook has turned the Snap-It into a practical and basically unloosable companion. Following an extended production break, the model has now returned, better than ever before with a blade made from 100% stainless H-1 steel. The durable signal-yellow handle is made from fiberglass-reinforced plastic and features the classic no-slip kraton rubber inlay. The hefty lockback mechanism secures the blade while deployed, and all metal parts are immune to corrosion to match the rest of the knife.
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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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