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Vote: Best Looking Spyderco

Discussion in 'Spyderco Forum Archive' started by Bill McWilliams, Mar 14, 2000.

  1. cerulean


    May 26, 1999
    1. Stainless Dragonfly - Extremely streamlined, elegant design.
    2. Bob Lum - Mix of bold angles and subtle curves.
    3. Large Calypso - Very classy. No wasted space.
  2. budman


    Dec 19, 1998
    I'll have to vote for the carbon-fiber walker too...just overall good knife design
  3. Knave


    Dec 29, 1999
  4. alasome


    Aug 30, 1999
    1) Tim Zowada (but plain edge would be better)
    2) Shabaria
    3) Veile

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  5. Dalerich

    Dalerich Gold Member Gold Member

    Apr 2, 1999
    For me it is either the large Calypso or the Military

    Dale Richmond
    AKTI Number A000949
  6. Chinook


    Mar 13, 1999
    "Best Looking" kinda translates into the one I tend to handle and fondle the most. No problemo, Viele is swell. Swooping, swirling, molded micarta; polished and gleaming silver and black; tapered elegance with heft and substance. Have you guessed its my fav Spydie?
    I also love to show off the dynamic duo...The Calypso Twins (micarta of course)

    Cleverly Disguised As A Responsible Adult
  7. The Herbst is nice looking and the carbon fiber Dragonfly and Ladybug are nice too.
  8. MICKEY77


    Nov 27, 1999
    THE MILITARY.......
  9. Kestrel


    Jul 1, 1999
    That would have to be the Lum
  10. Clay Kesting

    Clay Kesting

    Oct 10, 1998
    Boy, I wish I'd said that [​IMG]. That's exactly the way I feel about my Viele and why I gave it my vote.

    However I've got to say I've been playing with my Military a bit lately and my opinions of it have changed somewhat. I used to regard it as just a work horse but now I'm learning to appreciate its flowing lines and visual balance. It certainly gets my vote for second.


    Don't worry that the world might end tomorrow....in Australia it's tomorrow already.

    [This message has been edited by Clay Kesting (edited 03-15-2000).]
  11. Tommi


    Jul 1, 1999
    Calypsos! It would be nice to have micarta Dragonfly. It would be one nice looking knife
  12. Steve B.

    Steve B.

    May 25, 1999
    For me, it`s the Khalsa, but I`d like to see one of the decorated Lum Chinese folders. I like the design of the Chinese folder a lot, and can`t wait to see it with either the bat or bamboo graphic on the handle. Is there a release date for those yet?
  13. shootist16

    shootist16 knife law moderator Moderator

    Dec 25, 1998
    1) Michael Walker w/ carbon fiber
    2) Lum
    3) Starmate

    Dennis Bible
  14. FullerH


    Nov 25, 1998
    For me, it would have to be the StarMate with no close second.

    Walk in the Light,
    Hugh Fuller
  15. Nakano 2

    Nakano 2

    Jan 1, 1999
    Jess Horn black micarta. Slim, sleek, smooth, seductive profile. [​IMG]
  16. RickdelM


    Jan 22, 2000
    Calypso Jr. Lightweight, very elegant in a sinister sort of way [​IMG]

  17. Mochiman1


    Aug 23, 1999
    For me, it's the Blue Native. I just love that meaty Native blade shape.
  18. PhilL


    Oct 1, 1999
    I find most Spydercos to be fascinating, but I'm a tradionalist (old) I've got to go with the Jess Horn C27. It looks like nothing else in Spyderco's line, I wish they would do something else similar.
    Take a look

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  19. Will.223


    Mar 1, 2000
    Well, I'm somewhat new to the joys of Spyderco knives, however during the past year I've purchased five models. I have to say that the best looking one (so far) is my new carbon fiber Dragonfly. I keep taking it out of my pocket and just staring at it. To my eyes it's beautiful. Patti, at Ironstone also tells me that she's heard that carbon fiber Crickets will be available soon. I'll get one of those, too.
    I'm definately a Spyderco convert. [​IMG]


    Mendacity is the
    system we live in.
  20. Paracelsus


    Nov 6, 1999
    I agree with those who selected the Jess Horn C27. Best looking knife Spyderco ever made. Too bad they are no longer in production.

    I am partial to the Centofantes. Very elegant little knives. Very utilitarian design. A good marriage of form and function. I carry the C25 everday.

    I like the Starmate also, and have one on order.

    Paracelsus, who thought the Hole was really ugly until my hand taught my eyes something

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