Spyderco Tenacious is made in China, and its 60$ linerlock knife with G10 handle scales because of the lower production and labor cost in China. Does it stand a chance against quality and functionality against other Spyderco’s?
Spyderco released its affordable signature folding knife back in 2008 as part of its value folder series with 3 different blade edges. So far we have been discussing the high-end premium knives by Spyderco, but now it is time for Spyderco Tenacious review, and we want to see if it is as good as its premium counterparts.
Spyderco released Tenacious in three different blade types: Plain Edge, serrated edge or both, with full-flat grind, drop-point blade, with G10 knife handle, 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, and the Trademark Round Thumb hole for one-hand ambidextrous operation. The knife’s origin is China, and is priced around $40. Although Spyderco’s official site enlists the price as $86.
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Now you might be wondering if Spyderco cut corners to compromise on quality and price, as opposed to other knives by the company. That is what we are here to find out with Spyderco Tenacious review.
Tenacious seems like an amazing knife for its price and quality. You get the same fit and finish, quality materials, and style that you would expect from a knife from Japan origin. However, there are some distinguishing features of this knife.
The knife was named Tenacious because of it being a game changer in the knife industry. It has a hard enough blade with a superior blade steel quality, and secure grip of the handle, which seems ergonomically sound.