Monday, November 18, 2013

2013 Spyderco Dyad Sprint Knife Review

The Spyderco Dyad revolutionized the concept of the traditional twin-blade pocketknife by adding the advantages of one-handed opening, convenient clip carry, reliable patented by-pass lock mechanisms, and both the cutting power of a serrated edge and the finesse of a plain edge.
This pocket powerhouse is back in limited quantities as a Sprint run, featuring textured gray G-10 scales and an all-new four-position hourglass clip. Its VG-10 stainless steel blades include a SpyderEdge sheepfoot profile and a full-flat-ground plain edge clip-point, giving you the power and versatility to tackle virtually any cutting chore.
About Spyderco Sprint Runs... A limited, one time only, production of a knife design/model. Production numbers are less than 1500 pieces.

Specifications:

  • Closed: 4.65" (118 mm)
  • Overall: 8.43" (214 mm)/3.35" (85 mm)
  • Blade: 3.78" (96 mm)/3.35" (85 mm)
  • Edge: 3.39" (86 mm)/2.76" (70 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.098" (2.5 mm)/0.098" (2.5 mm)
  • Blade Steel: VG-10
  • Grind: Hollow/Full-flat
  • Handle Material: G10
  • Weight: 5.8 oz. (164 g)
  • Made in Japan
Watch our Youtube video review of the 2013 Spyderco Dyad Knife:
Check them out at OsoGrandeKnives.com.