Spyderco Efficient Green

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You don't always have to pay top dollar for solid EDC performance. Spyderco have long proven it with their budget line of linerlock knives, with the Persistence, Tenacious, and Ambitious being popular favorites. The Efficient released last year as their newest entry to the value-minded lineup, and new for 2018 is the same great knife in a foliage green and silver colorway. If you haven't picked up the Efficient before, you’re missing out on a knife that’s true to its name in both performance and cost.

Like its name suggests, the Efficient makes the most of the space it takes up. This means hitting the EDC sweet spot at a blade length of 3”, in a capable 8Cr13MoV steel with a drop point shape and full flat grind. These attributes give it great slicing versatility in a steel that's easy to maintain and hone, while being easy (and legal) to carry. Like most Spyderco knives, you also get the benefit of the signature Spydie hole on the blade that lets you deploy the blade ambidextrously.

The G10 handles keep the Efficient light while giving it a solid grip. These are angled in a way that takes advantage of the blade's thin profile and drop point tip for precision, while still able to use its belly for longer slices. Skeletonized liners and a solid metal backspacer give the knife plenty of structural strength, crucial in ensuring the solid lockup of its liner lock when in use. A few more Spyderco staples make their home on the Efficient's handles, including a built-in lanyard hole and a reversible pocket clip, giving you all the options you need when it comes to EDC.

The Efficient is true to its name in form, function, and price, giving you tremendous value for an everyday knife. It's a fresh look on top of classic Spyderco features and performance, and you can pick it up from Amazon at the link below.

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