Spyderco Techno Review & Buyers Guide: May 2017

If you’re a knife guy you know Spyderco, and you are probably drooling to read this Spyderco Techno review.

Spyderco’s Techno model is a folding knife that they refer to as a “little big knife”. In layman terms, this means the knife is built well and although it’s tiny in size, it can whoop some butt. Hell, the handle is made from solid titanium… let’s talk about durability again.

Who is this Spyderco Techno review for?

It’s for anyone looking to purchase this knife obviously. Whether you’re looking to add it to your EDC knife rotation, or you’re looking for a gift for your son, I think you’ll appreciate reading the full review.

As I mentioned above the techno model is very small, built sturdy, and just looks plain solid. It features a blade length of just under 2.5 inches cutting edge with a weight of a easily 3.6 ounces. The titanium handle will prevent it from becoming a flimsy trash object anytime soon.

Specifications & Details

  • Overall length (open): 5.98 inches
  • Overall length (closed): 3.43 inches
  • Blade Thickness: 0.177 inches
  • Blade Length: 2.55 inches
  • Cutting Edge: 2.33 inches
  • Weight: 3.6 ounces
  • Blade Style: Plain Edge
  • Lock Style: Frame Lock
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Country Made In: Taiwan

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Does It Cost So Much?
Because it’s worth it. Spyderco developers extremely high quality knives in various price ranges. With this price you are paying for a durable and well built knife that is not just for show. It’s designed to be used regularly.
Is it difficult to use for lefties?
I’m a lefty so I deal with this all the time with just about every thing that is meant to be held. Yes, it’s not the easiest flip to do, however you get used to (as most lefties are already used to doing).

Spyderco Techno

9.8

Durability

10.0/10

Price

9.5/10

Value Ratio

10.0/10
Russ Kannigan
 

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