Фолдеры (практически :))) ), лайнер-лок, G-10, фирменное спайдеровское отверстие и вдруг:
Да, два вот таких вот ножа :)
CLIPITOOL STANDARD и CLIPITOOL RESCUE:
У Спайдерко время от времени появлялись схожие наработки. Сейчас же они довели модели до ума, как говорится.
Всё отлично работает, режет, открывается/закрывается.
Да, производители ножей осваивают новые для себя ниши.
Это естественный процесс.
Как напоминают сами спайдерковцы, мультитулы существовали и во времена Древнего Рима.
Так почему же не сделать их модельный ряд ещё разнообразнее? Приживутся ли, примет ли их пользователь, как они себя покажут? Скоро узнаем :)
Story by Spyderco
The earliest known multi-bladed pocketknife was developed by the Romans around AD 200. It included a folding spoon, blade, spike, fork, spatula, and toothpick and, in many ways, was literally centuries ahead of its time.
They range from basic patterns like the classic Boy Scout knife to sophisticated folding tools that offer more than 30 different functions. However, despite their usefulness, conventional multi-blade designs all suffer from the same limitations. The smallest ones are true pocketknives and must compete with coins, keys, and other items at the bottom of the pocket. Their larger, more capable counterparts are often too large for comfortable pocket carry and require a belt pouch.
Perhaps more importantly, the various tools on these knives rely on traditional nail nicks or notches to get them open. Together, these shortcomings often make using these tools a slow, tedious, fingernail-breaking experience.
The signature round holes in both the blade and secondary tool made opening them a breeze and proudly proclaimed their Spyderco identity. Their satin-finished stainless steel handles also included hourglass clips for convenient top-of-the-pocket carry. These distinctive features quickly earned the ClipiTool concept an audience of devoted end users.
They also inspired requests for additional designs offering other tools and functions. In response to that demand, we are proud to announce the new ClipiTool Standard and ClipiTool Rescue.
The star attraction of this design is a full-flat-ground leaf-shaped blade crafted from 8Cr13MoV stainless steel.
Unlike its smaller slipjoint brethren, the PlainEdge™ primary blade of this ClipiTool locks securely open via a stout LinerLock mechanism.
It is complemented by a folding can opener/small screwdriver and a bottle opener/large screwdriver with a wire-stripping notch. Both screwdriver heads are hollow ground to ensure a secure fit in slotted screws.
Although they do not lock, they are supported by sturdy slipjoint spring mechanisms to keep them open during use and feature “half-stops” at the 90-degree point that allow the handle to be used for extra leverage.
Like the primary blade, both tools are precision machined from 8Cr13MoV stainless steel and feature textured index-finger choils and generously sized Trademark Round Holes.
A defining feature of all Spyderco knives, the round hole proudly identifies the knife’s pedigree and allows all three tools to be swiftly and easily opened with only one hand.
A non-locking, hollow-ground screwdriver blade rounds out the selection of tools and provides an additional level of functionality. Again, all three blades are crafted from 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, feature textured index-finger choils that allow a secure, “choked-up” grip, and include Trademark Round Holes for quick one-handed access.