Spyderco 2014 Prototype Video – Serge Panchenko Dog Tag Folder

March 18, 2014

One of the prototypes Spyderco showed this year at the IWA show in Germany, was the Dog Tag Folder designed by Serge Panchenko. Eric Glesser gives a quick overview of this new upcoming folder.

There might have been a little mistake in this video, I overheard Eric explaining elsewhere during the show that the blade is stonewashed and not coated. This is still a production prototype, when the knife is ready for shipping, I’m sure the exact specifications will be published on www.spyderco.com.

I have no information on the pricing or (planned) availability of this knife.

Click here to see my more detailed photos of the Dog Tag Folder.

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Spyderco 2014 Production Prototype – Serge Panchenko Dog Tag Folder

March 3, 2014

The Dog Tag Folder is a small, stylish folder that would fit great on your dog tag chain, imagine that. 😉 The blade doesn’t lock, it has a type of slipjoint action that ‘secured’ the blade quite firmly in the open position. The blade is ground on one side only.

The approximate specifications of the Dog Tag Folder prototype are:

Overall Length:  8,1 cm / 3.19 inches
Edge Length: 2,7cm / 1.06 inches
Blade Length: 3,1 cm / 1.22 inches
Blade Thickness: 0,3 cm / 0.11 inches

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