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Spyderco Domino C172CFBLTIP, CTS XHP Steel, Titanium Frame & Blue Weave Carbon Fiber Handle, Plain Edge

Suggested Retail: $329.95
Sale Price: Temporarily out of stock
Item Number: C172CFBLTIP-J-196
Manufacturer: Spyderco
Manufacturer Part No: C172CFBLTIP
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Spyderco Domino C172CFBLTIP, CTS XHP Steel, Titanium & Blue Weave Carbon Fiber Laminate, Plain Edge

Designed by Eric Glesser, the Domino is the second Spyderco knife to feature a Kit Carson-inspired flipper opener. Its full-flat ground blade is machined from premium CTS XHP steel and rides on specially designed ball bearing washer for an ultra-smooth opening action. The handle features a solid titanium scale on one side  and a skeletonized titanium liner and black Cubic Check Carbon Fiber scale on the other. The titanium scale houses a high-strength Reeve Integral R.I.L.) mechanism with a steel interface that serves double duty as an overtravel stop. For ease and versatility of carry, the Domino also includes a black, four-position pocket clip.


Overall Length: 7.68in., 195mm.
Closed Length: 4.55in., 116mm.
Blade Length: 3.13in., 80mm.
Cutting Edge:2.94in., 75mm.
Blade Thickness: 0.118in., 3.0mm.
Blade Steel: CTS XHP
Handle Material: Titanium & Blue Weave Carbon Fiber Laminate
Weight: 3.6oz., 102g.
Grind: Full-flat
Country of Origin: Taiwan

Item Number: C172CFBLTIP-J-196
Manufacturer: Spyderco
Manufacturer Part No: C172CFBLTIP

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(37 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
Chris A (Fort Worth, TX) 2/26/2014 6:47 PM
The blue and silver accents on the handle scale look great. I have larger hands and the knife fits quite well in both non-choil and choil grips. If you want a finger space reference (instead of overall handle size), it has about a 1/4" more length than a Sage 1. It's also more comfortable than a Sage 1 due to the smaller handle cutout. It really is a Sage crossed with a Manix 2 which is a very good thing. A fantastic knife; get it while you can.
Very Balanced
Scott (AZ) 2/8/2014 11:47 PM
Worth it. It is way faster, and in my opinion better than the Southard and ZT0801