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Spyderco Kitchen knives?

Discussion in 'Spyderco' started by Balldboy, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. Balldboy

    Balldboy Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jun 9, 2003
    I really like the Spyderco kitchen knives, particularly the Santuko.
    I was wondering if there are any plans to start producing them again?

    TIA,
    Pete
     
  2. KNaB

    KNaB Platinum Member Platinum Member

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    Oct 18, 2008
  3. Balldboy

    Balldboy Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jun 9, 2003
    I snagged a spare Santuko and the laminated handle serrated knife but I want a full set for both my kids.
     
  4. KNaB

    KNaB Platinum Member Platinum Member

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    Oct 18, 2008
    I sent you an email balldboy
     
  5. Balldboy

    Balldboy Gold Member Gold Member

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    Jun 9, 2003
    Reviving this thread so obviously there must be an issue with my e-mail.
     
  6. JD Spydo

    JD Spydo

    Nov 20, 2004
    Two of Spyderco's kitchen knives that I'll probably use from now on are the K-04 & the K-05 models. I've had them since the late 90s and they are still holding up great and hold an edge great for kitchen knives as well. I really love the "rounded serration pattern" that those 2 models had and I truly wish they would make more knives with that pattern>> especially in the outdoor models.

    Spyderco's kitchen knives are truly very much overlooked. They had 2 other models during that time period that I never got but wish I had gotten>> one of them was the MBS-26 paring knife and they also had a bread knife made with MBS-26 too. Some of the later Catcherman models were also made of MBS-26 and they had a significantly thinner blade than the older AUS-8 models did.

    Some of Spyderco's earliest models of kitchen knives were truly gems and you don't see them very often at all.
     

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