Posted October 6, 2010 by andrew
The Manix has been one of our favorite new Spyderco offerings of the last several years. It is ambidextrous, heavy duty, and very comfortable to use. After many requests they have obliged us with a black bladed tactical model. The handles are still G10 and the steel is still 154CM, but it is now ready for use in situations that require non-reflective tools. Or you can also carry one because it looks really cool!
See this knife at www.knifecenter.com
More information from Spyderco:
The Manix2 has been well received since its 2010 release. An all-black version arrives Summer 2010 with DLC (diamond-like coating) black blade, black screws and black silhouette pocket clip. It features the Ball Bearing Lock which consists of a hardened free-floating ball bearing contained in a custom hi-tech polymer cage. The round ball bearing allows the lock to self adjust across a large surface, smoothly and consistently locking-up with solid confidence. Matte black non-reflective 154-CM blade is hollow-ground with aggressive thumb serrations (jimping) above a super-sized 14mm Spyderco Round Hole. Full-length internal liners are scalloped around the edges, extending slightly beyond the G-10 handle scales adding jimping to a large portion of the handle’s perimeter. Three-screw clip is left/right-hand friendly and positions the folder tip-up when carried.
- Overall Length: 8″ (203 mm)
- Blade Length: 3-3/8″ (86 mm)
- Cutting Edge Length: 2-7/8″ (73 mm)
- Closed Length: 4-5/8″ (117 mm)
- Steel: 154-CM
- Handle Material: G-10
- Weight: 5 oz. (143 g)
- Clip: Left/Right
- Tip Carry: Up
- Made in USA