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The Endura is one of Spyderco's best selling knives. This is one of the model's that set the industry standard by being the first lightweight folding knife to feature a pocket-carry clip and have a one-hand operable, high-carbon, performance blade. The Endura also includes a backlock locking mechanism with the David Boye Dent.

BRAND: Spyderco Knives
PRODUCT TYPE: Knives
PRODUCT CATEGORY: Folding
OVERALL LENGTH: 8.78"
CLOSED LENGTH: 4.98"
BLADE LENGTH: 3.80"
BLADE STEEL: VG-10
BLADE EDGE: Plain
BLADE GRIND: Flat
LOCKING MECHANISM: Back Lock
HANDLE MATERIAL: FRN
CARRY: 4-Way
OPENING MECHANISM: Spyder Hole
ORIGIN: Japan
WEIGHT: 3.4 oz.
STEEL TYPE: Stainless Steel
MODEL: Endura 4


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Good knife but just so u know handle is plastic.
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So beautiful! Must resist! Anyone have these Japanese made Spyderco can chip in the build quality?
Build quality is very good IMO. Just as good as the American made ones from what I can tell. The steel is softer, but takes and retains an edge well.
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Good knife but just so u know handle is plastic.
It's actually fiberglass reinforced nylon.
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Delica is also a good price.
I did the Delica deal a month ago. Great knife and perfect size for me. Endura would have been too big but that deal was tempting.
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Build quality is very good IMO. Just as good as the American made ones from what I can tell. The steel is softer, but takes and retains an edge well.
Thank you.
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Zome Delica or a Para 3 LW? I got a lead on a NIB Para 3 LW for $70. Leaning toward Para 3.
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So beautiful! Must resist! Anyone have these Japanese made Spyderco can chip in the build quality?
I have a chaparral, and it is superb. Action is tight and it's the sharpest factory edge I've ever had.
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I love my PM 2, can you give me a reason why this is better? Honest question.
Totally different design of knife, apples to oranges. Different shape, lock and blade steel. I'm obsessed with compression locks(para 2).
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Zome Delica or a Para 3 LW? I got a lead on a NIB Para 3 LW for $70. Leaning toward Para 3.
I carry a para 3(s30v) with a lynch clip everyday. It's my favorite in my collection for daily tasks and what my hands like to hold. Everyone has different needs and hands though. Can't say enough good things about the compression lock that they use on the para's and others. I've handled a Delica(never owned one, wasn't for me) and the owner loved his. I must warn you though, there is currently no known cure for the disease that is knife collecting.
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Nice!
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I like these but the screws that hold the clip constantly get loose
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Looks good but not really fp worthy
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I carried an Endura for a long time and prefer the blade length, though you are right that the Delica is better for carry. The longer blades works much better for fruits and food etc.

fwiw my current fav is the Benchmade Bugout, perfectly sized and feather light
Bugout is my current favorite also! Love the light weight, thin case that fits most pockets, deep carry clip, and blade length relative to handle size. I've tried a few Spyderco's, but I find the "spidy hole" makes for too much unnecessary pocket bulk (blade height) compared to other brands. Bugout isn't super comfortable for heavy cutting use, mostly because of the slim handle, but I usually have a fixed blade easily accessible for tasks like that.
If the endura had a deep carry wire clip like some of Spyderco's lightweight options, I might be tempted!
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I bought about 20 knives so far, most <$30, and among all, the Delica 4 is my most favorite, so light, so useful. If I were to buy just 2 knives, Delica 4 and Benchmade Bugout.
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I like these but the screws that hold the clip constantly get loose
You can use a little blue loctite (243) and this shouldn't happen anymore.
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