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Spyderco ZDP-189

Discussion in 'The Cutting Edge' started by Anonimo, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. Anonimo

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    Picked this up today. I used to have a lot of these and I have no idea what happened to them all. Any way this guy is sharp as any knife I've ever had. This was the first ZDP-189 I've bought. I was like :wow: when I tired it out.
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    Last edited: Jul 9, 2010
  2. dreis454

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    I have a couple of those.....they keep their edge better than any other knife I've had.
    The ZDP-189 steel is brittle though,DON'T DROP IT!!!
     


  3. Richard Simmons

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    Congratulations! I recently picked up this Endura with full flat grind in ZDP-189 and really like it.

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    I've not heard anything about ZDP-189 being brittle though I would agree with the "DON"T DROP IT!!!" advise with regards to any knife.
     
  4. dreis454

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    Richard, the ZDP-189 is almost as hard as ceramic.