Spyderco C150GP Junior by DiAlex - FFG VG-10 BLADE - A NUTNFANCY FAVORITE - DISCONTINUED BY SPYDERCO - SOLD OUT

Spyderco C150GP Junior by DiAlex - FFG VG-10 BLADE - A NUTNFANCY FAVORITE - DISCONTINUED BY SPYDERCO - SOLD OUT

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SKU:
SPC150GP
UPC:
C150GP

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Spyderco Junior by Dialex


The concept of the Junior folder comes from Romanian Technical Manager Alexandru Diaconescu. His young son was entering the curious-boy-years, ready and asking for his first pocketknife. The request brought up normal parental questions and concerns regarding knife safety and usability motivating Dionescu to create a folder with a prominent guard (choil) behind the blade's sharpened edge.
The guard maintains the hand in firm control over the blade while creating a block, effectively stopping fingers from sliding forward and connecting with the sharp edge. And it's surprisingly comfortable in any sized hand- adult man, woman or juvenile. Position of the guard in the G-10 handle leaves little room for a locking mechanism and a Spyderco Compression Lock is added for its compact components and impressive strength.
Screw-together construction, an oversized lanyard hole and a deep pocket left-or-right-handed tip-up wire clip further complement the handle. The VG-10 blade is ground full-flat and offered PlainEdged for the best available cutting performance with non-skid jimping located on top of the spine behind the Spyderco Round Hole.

    Specs:
  • Blade Steel: VG-10
  • Handle Material: Foliage Black G-10
  • Length Open: 7 1/4" (184 mm)
  • Blade Length: 3 7/32" (82 mm)
  • Length Closed: 4 1/8" (105 mm)
  • Hole Diameter: 1/2" (13 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 1/8" (3 mm)
  • Weight: 2.9 oz. (82g)
  • Made In: Japan

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  • 2
    Spyderco Junior

    Posted by James Bramblett on Jun 10th 2012

    Really like the design of the Junior but the fit and finish on my knife is a disappointment. The lanyard bushing is about 1mm to wide causing the scales to bow out and there is a gap between the g10 slabs and the liner. Also the wire pocket clip is way to tight. The positives are good quality G10 and VG-10 blade is razor sharp. Weight of this knife is very light for blade size.

  • 5
    sharp beyond belief

    Posted by Joe LaSala on Nov 13th 2011

    This knife has become my EDC because of the balance, lightness and the ability to keep one of the sharpest edges I have had straight out of the box.