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Dragonfly 2 Salt, Plainedge, Yellow

Dragonfly 2 Salt, Plainedge, Yellow,  C28PYL2

Dragonfly 2 Salt, Plainedge, Yellow.Spyderco’s group of water-friendly folders and fixed blades collectively make up the Spyderco Salt Series Line. Salt Series knives have H-1 blades. H-1 is a nitrogen-based blade alloy rather than carbon-based. The elimination of carbon in the steel renders it one-hundred percent rust proof and just like its carbon-steel cousins, H-1 hones to a hard sharpened cutting edge that earns high marks for edge retention. The Spyderco Dragon y2 is just recently being offered with an H-1 blade option, called the Dragon y2 Salt. What makes the Dragon y a bestseller is its mid-sized blade, ergonomic handle with a front- finger choil and a spine cusp. Its blade-to-handle geometry and leveraging points ll a gripping hand, making it feel like you're cutting with a much larger large knife. Its FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) handle is molded with a grip pattern called Bi-Directional Texturing that ergonomically fills the hand with a series of angles and leveraging spots and is available in Marine Yellow. The addition of textured jimping on the choil, spine and screw-together handle construction and a left/right tip-up wire clip make pocket carry effortless and convenient. Hollow-ground for high cutting performance, the blade comes in a PlainEdge or SpyderEdge configuration. Precise positioning of the enlarged Spyderco Round Opening Hole in relation to the pivot makes opening/closing the folder smooth.
Left/right, tip-up wire clip
David Boye Dent
11mm Spyderco Round Hole
Bi-Directional Textured FRN handles
Spine, choil and handle jimping
Leaf-shaped flat ground blade
Blade Length: 2-1/4" (57 mm)
Closed Length: 3-5/16" (84 mm)
Overall Length: 5-9/16" (141 mm)
Cutting Edge: 1-7/8" (48 mm)
Steel: H-1
Weight: 1.2 oz. (34 g



Dragonfly 2 Salt, Plainedge, Yellow
Model #C28PYL2
Retail Price: $85.00
Sale Price: $52
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