Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Spyderco Dice C182CFTIP Folding Knife Review

The new for 2014 Spyderco Dice folding knife is a compact, good looking, high performance EDC knife that measures in at approximately 15% smaller than it's bigger brother, the Domino. The Dice knife boasts a full-flat-ground CTS XHP steel blade that delivers exceptional cutting performance as well as a Kit Carson flipper and a of course the "Spyderco Trademark Round Hole" for opening.
The opening is so quick and smooth that it feels almost as though it were and spring assisted opening knife. The handle features a solid titanium scale on one side and a great looking cubic check carbon fiber/G10 laminate scale on the mark side. 
Lockup is via a heavy-duty Chris Reeve Integral Lock with a long wearing hardened steel interface that provides the blade with solid lockup. 
The four-position pocket clip provides fully ambidextrous tip-up or tip-down carry. 
Overall the Spyderco Dice folder is a great Every-Day-Carry Knife that offers alot of high performance flair at the same time. Check it out at www.osograndeknives.com.


  • Closed: 4.05″ (103 mm)
  • Overall: 6.55″ (166 mm)
  • Blade: 2.50″ (64 mm)
  • Edge: 2.25″ (57 mm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.118″ (3 mm)
  • Blade Steel: CTS XHP
  • Grind: Full-flat
  • Handle Material: Titanium and Carbon Fiber/G10 Laminate
  • Weight: 3.7 oz. (105 g)
  • Made in Taiwan