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Endela: plain or spyderedge

Discussion in 'Spyderco' started by DocT, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. Plain edge

    72.7%
  2. Spyderedge

    27.3%
  1. DocT

    DocT

    Mar 25, 2012
    The new Endela is an exciting and much needed knife. It was released in plain edge and...of all things...a full flat ground serrated edge. Normally, with serrations we get saber ground blades. This ffg makes the spyderedge much more attractive as a cutter.

    Which do you prefer?
     
  2. mitch13

    mitch13 Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 3, 2004
    I want a SE, full flat grind should be a good all rounder. Looking forward to hear how people find it.
    Mitch
     
  3. AF

    AF Gold Member Gold Member

    Jan 14, 2000
    I'd consider serrated if I didn't have the serrated Delica warny. It's also FFG. With the Endela I'm waiting for a steel upgrade.
     
  4. John_0917

    John_0917

    Apr 15, 2014
    Option 3- ZDP
     
  5. steelcitysixteen

    steelcitysixteen Gold Member Gold Member

    284
    Dec 12, 2017
    Foliage Green Combo Edge just like the Delica and Endura. I'll take a Police LW in that format as well.

    Aside from that, waiting on some FFG LC200N Salts in both PE and SE.
     
  6. RickJ

    RickJ

    Mar 2, 2003
    I got a PE today, very sharp and great slicer/cutter. I think I will stick with the PE. I use more for Utility, but if you carry it as a dedicated Self Defense tool, maybe Spyder Edge.
     
  7. CPM3V

    CPM3V Gold Member Gold Member

    81
    Jun 5, 2019
    One more vote for plain. In my experience so long as you dont mind resharpening occasionaly, a plain edge is usually better for most cutting tasks. If you dont like to sharpen knives go serrated. Just my 2cents.
     
  8. Fletcher.357

    Fletcher.357

    218
    Jul 6, 2013
    I'll get both as soon as my local gun shop gets them. I tend to prefer se folders because I always carry a plain edge fixed blade.
     
  9. mitch13

    mitch13 Gold Member Gold Member

    Nov 3, 2004
    Best of both worlds :thumbsup:
    Mitch
     

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