Spyderco 2015 Prototype Video – Brian Tighe Stick

March 23, 2015

Last but not least is this short video I took of the upcoming Spyderco Tighe Stick, designed by Brian Tighe. Eric Glesser gives a quick table top preview of this stunning knife. Again, sorry for the poor video quality. Proper pictures of the Tighe Stick prototype can be found in this post.

I have no information on the planned pricing or availability/shipping dates of this knife, it is still a prototype. These Spyderco production prototypes usually become available within a year.


Spyderco 2015 Prototype Video – Michael Henningsson Vrango

March 22, 2015

Spyderco’s Eric Glesser gives a quick overview of the upcoming Vrango prototype, designed by Michael Henningsson. Again, sorry for the poor video quality. Click here for proper pictures of the Vrango.

I have no information on the planned pricing or availability/shipping dates of this knife, it is still a prototype. These Spyderco production prototypes usually become available within a year.


Spyderco 2015 Production Sample Video – Raven 2

March 22, 2015

A quick table top overview of the upcoming Raven 2 production sample by Spyderco. For a better look at the knife itself, see this post with my pictures and first impressions from the 2015 Amsterdam Meet.

I have no information on the planned pricing or availability/shipping dates of this knife, it is still a prototype. These Spyderco production prototypes usually become available within a year.


Spyderco 2015 Prototypes Video – Squeak & Pingo – Polished Ti

March 21, 2015

A short tabletop review of two upcoming Spyderco prototypes, the sprint run Squeak and Pingo. I notice I didn’t get the zoom working correctly, sorry for the videoquality. Click here for much better images of the Squeak prototype and here to see better photos Pingo prototype.

I have no information on the planned pricing or availability/shipping dates of this knife, it is still a prototype. These Spyderco production prototypes usually become available within a year.


Spyderco 2015 Prototype Video – Brad Southard ION

March 19, 2015

Spyderco’s Eric Glesser gives a short presentation on the new Spyderco ION prototype, designed by Brad Southard. Sorry for the poor video quality, but I hope you’ll enjoy the background information. For much better images of the ION prototype and preliminary specifications and my impressions, go to this post.

I have no information on the planned pricing or availability/shipping dates of this knife, it is still a prototype. These Spyderco production prototypes usually become available within a year.


Spyderco 2015 Production Prototype – Laci Szabo SzaboHawk

March 18, 2015

The Szabohawk felt like it belonged more in a toolbox than a display cabinet for fine knives. And I mean that in a good way, the Szabohawk is definitely all business. The hawk seemed very agile in the hand and ergonomic for a variety of grips. Apparently, it’s suitable for use as both an entry tool and a fighting tool if needed. The SzaboHawk’s sheath from this prototype seemed just right, solid retention but the hawk could be drawn smoothly from the sheath.

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Overall Length: 30,2 cm / 11.88 inches

Blade Length: 12,4 cm / 4.89 inches


Spyderco 2015 Production Prototype – Gayle Bradley Bowie

March 18, 2015

To me, the Bradley Bowie looked and handled like a solid classic field knife. It has the same type of smooth radiused grip as the Southfork, but the Bradley Bowie was noticeably bigger and heavier. For a proper review of the Bradley Bowie, please see N. Brian Huegel’s post here:

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Overall Length: 25,5 cm / 10.04 inches

Blade Length: 13,5 cm / 5.31 inches


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