Spyderco 2013 Production Sample – Delica 4 Super Blue

This was the moment of the meet where more and more knives were trickling in at my table to photograph them. Consequently, I had my face inside my lightbox behind the camera and I couldn’t quite get all the info Sal and Eric were giving. So if any fellow attendee can add info on these following prototypes, please don’t hesitate.

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From the pictures you will notice that the Delica 4 Super Blue has a laminated blade. I’m not sure what steel was used for the outer layers. Sal mentioned that the plan is to make the following knives in a sprint run of super blue with a grey FRN handle: Stretch, Endura and Dragonfly.

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I know you can find official Delica specs in every catalog, but just for completeness sake (and you can determine how ‘off’ our measurement are), we measured the Delica 4 Super Blue. Again, we took a ruler and lined up on the blade against the edge of the scale near the pivot and measured in a straight line to the tip.

Blade Length: 7,5 cm /  2.95 inch
Overall Length: 18 cm /  7 inch

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2 Responses to Spyderco 2013 Production Sample – Delica 4 Super Blue

  1. Tom says:

    Well I hope they at least put a silver clip on it instead of black, it’ll match the blade guys. I don’t know who does spyderco’s colors but it leaves something to be desired. carbon fiber scales would be nicer.

    +1 for the super blue.

  2. JayBee3 says:

    I pre-ordered one … Color, clip, steel, FRN, all suit me fine … way to go Sal, Eric, and everyone @ Spyderco!

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