Spyderco C101GPDBL2 Manix 2 - 3.3in" CPM-S110V Satin Plain Blade, Dark Blue G-10 Handle
The leaf-shaped profile of the Manix 2’s blade provides a long, gently curved cutting edge and a sturdy, utilitarian point. For maximum control, it features a forefinger choil and a thumb ramp with strategic jimping (textured grooves) that allow a forward-positioned grip during detailed cutting tasks. The 14mm Trademark Round Hole™ proudly announces the knife’s Spyderco pedigree and makes one-handed deployment with either hand swift and positive.
Built on a framework of full skeletonized stainless steel liners, the Manix 2’s handle is capped with textured dark blue G-10 scales that are the signature color of Spyderco’s elite family of CPM S110V knives. To ensure convenient carry and instant access, the handle includes a reversible spring steel clip that mounts to either side of the handle butt for ambidextrous tip-up carry. It also features an oversized lined lanyard hole for easy attachment of fobs and lanyards.
Linking the blade and handle is Spyderco’s patented Ball Bearing Lock mechanism. This high-strength lock consists of a ball bearing nested within a durable textured polymer “cage.” When the blade is opened, a compression spring drives the cage forward to wedge the ball bearing between a ramp on the blade tang and the steel frame anchored between the handle halves. Drawing the caged ball bearing to the rear releases the lock and allows the blade to close smoothly while keeping your fingers safely away from the sharp edge.
|Knife Type||Folding Knife|
|Product Name||Manix 2|
|Overall Length (in)||8.03|
|Closed Length (in)||4.66|
|Blade Length (in)||3.37|
|Blade Thickness (in)||0.125|
|Blade Style||Leaf Shape|
|Lock Type||Ball Bearing|
|Clip Position||Tip-up/down, Left/Right carry|
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just as performance oriented
fully capable of doing the same as the other variants of the manix 2 but the steel is astoundingly resistant to general use (it seems to hone its edge when cutting sheet metal, and no i don't mean foils; i mean sheet steel) but it is brittle and you can feel it when you use it. As long as you're aware of it you can do no wrong.