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Spyderco Dragonfly2 Reviews

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Spyderco Dragonfly2 Reviews (13 total)

AJvS ·
Expensive for its size, but perfectly sized for almost every edc task you throw at it. If you have medium/small sized hands you'll love it. And because it is so small, people won't give you weird looks when you take it out of your pocket.
Nick Janssen ·
Great EDC knife that doesn't scare coworkers, is super lightweight at just over 1 oz and comes with me everywhere, mapping, bikepacking, hiking, and the beach.
Stone Nickerson ·
sharp, easy to use takes up no space
Cori G ·
Modded Spyderco Dragonfly 2
Small lightweight knife that fights above its weight class.
This is my current EDC. Love this knife. It's super light and you forget it's in your pocket until you need it. I have the standard VG-10 steel model and it cuts really well and holds an edge. I have XL sized hands and it's still comfortable to use because of the finger choil at the base of the blade. At first the FRN/G10 handle felt cheap since my last couple knives had stainless handles, but I've come to appreciate it. It's lightweight and still super strong and the texturing has great grip.
PennStatePrepper ·
Nutnfancy Edition!!!!
Tony Salvino ·
Salt series
Benjamin red ·
Pocket clip broke twice, not risking it again.
In ZDP-189, FRN dyed black
Ammon ·
My first Spyderco! I'm very impressed. Everything I'd heard about them is true. I've got my eye on a few larger models now, but I can see myself carrying this for many years to come.
Kinetic Wash ·
I usually carry this tiny blade when I have my Juice S2/ Otherwise I have a few other go-to blades and usually end up carrying a MicroTech UTX85, SOG Aegis or a Benchmade folder
Robert Razavi ·
Anyone looking to buy this great knife, I recommend choosing the variant with ZDP-189 steel. ZDP-189 steel is one of the knife industry’s hottest, hardest and highest performing knife steels today. 3% of its structure is pure carbon which makes the steel harder and in turn furthers its edge retention capacity. For a small premium (about 20%) you can have this high-performance and exotic steel instead of the more commonly available VG-10.