Spyderco 2013 Prototype – Delica 4 Titanium Damascus

The Delica 4 Titanium Damascus wasn’t a huge surprise, since it was already pictured in the catalog. Still, it is great to examine the knife in real life. That Takefu Damascus blade looks great with almost any handle. Sal did explain that the Takefu Damascus isn’t real Damascus in the sense that it isn’t folded, the blade is made from sandwiched layers of steel. It makes for both a pretty and practical blade for EDC. The titanium surface felt very smooth. Overall weight was definitely heavier than the FRN Delica 4, but seemed lighter than a full SS Delica 4. A great piece, I’m afraid I’ll end up with one for my collection.

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The specs for the Delica 4 Titanium Damascus are approximately:

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

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2 Responses to Spyderco 2013 Prototype – Delica 4 Titanium Damascus

  1. Spyhunter says:

    Like

  2. blue13skull says:

    What can one say other than, a thing of beauty …. I know I sure would like to have one of these! (I don’t think my pocket book is quite that thick). I might even consider going in debt depending how far that would be of course..

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