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Spyderco Endura 4 Signature Knife, 3.83" VG-10 Steel Blade, Titanium Handle - C10TIPD
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Spyderco Endura 4 Signature Knife, 3.83" VG-10 Steel Blade, Titanium Handle - C10TIPD

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Experience the perfect blend of style and functionality with the Spyderco Endura 4 Signature Knife. This premium knife features a 3.83" Damascus VG-10 Steel Blade, known for its superior cutting performance and durability. The titanium handle ensures a comfortable grip and adds to the overall aesthetics of the knife. Ideal for everyday carry, this PlainEdge knife is a must-have for knife enthusiasts and collectors. Model: C10TIPD.

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Manufacturer: ‎Spyderco

Weight: ‎0.27 Pounds

Recommended Uses For Product: Carving

Brand: Spyderco

Model Name: SC10TIPD

Special Feature: Pocket Clip

Age Range (Description): Adult

Included Components: Endura 4 Titanium Damascus

Handle Material: Titanium

Color: Titanium Handle

Style: Endura Lockback

Blade Length: 3.83 Inches

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5out of 5
This is a beautiful knife. Yes, it is a little stiffer to open than others by Spyderco, but it's more of a gentleman's knife anyway. It is simply stunning to see in person. I own the other Endura with the Emerson wave, but I can't help but carry this one when I'm going to a dressier occasion. I always wanted a good Damascus blade that wouldn't break the bank, and for me, this is it. I could not be any happier with it.
If you like insanely cool knives look no further. Forget Chris Reeve and Microtech. This knife is the real deal.
I was shopping for a ‘gent’ blade, preferably a Damascus Blade & Titanium Scales, when I discovered this one by Spyderco. I put myself through school as a chef, am an avid hunter, & outdoorsman (especially when younger…) so I actually have more than most for noteworthy blades. The price point on this Endura is exceptionally good for what you get IMHO. Although only 31 layer Damascus, it is Mastered in Japan (so I had to wait for it to come to me by boat). Very Much Worth the Wait. UNBOXING: I was not ready for how beautiful the Damascus + Titanium compliment each other. Instant Bond! Picking it up I find the weight & the scale are perfect for me. This is not a small blade. The action is ultra smooth right out of the box, having a very solid feel & assertive lockup. The blade feels broken in right away, easily falling out of lock pressing the button. I know, very sharp, because I carelessly had my outer knuckle bit as it fell all the way (very unusual fresh out of the box). Actually, one, of the very sharpest blade I have ever encountered from the factory. Shaved a 1” wide swath on my arm with the first stroke. Last: The workmanship on my unit is flawless to my observation & I am known to be pretty picky. I am so glad I bought this, it is my new ‘best’ friend. I keep it at hand and fidget with it often. A Very Happy Customer
4out of 5
This is a beautiful and well made knife, I work ld just be careful as the clip is very easy to bend out and hard to bend back.
September 12, 2023
5out of 5
It’s an absolute beauty. Package is all Japanese and I think that’s really cool. Couldn’t be happier with this knife.
5out of 5
I shipping was amazing delivery was and the product was out of this world spectacular
November 05, 2021
5out of 5
This knife is wicked sharp from the factory, the blade is beautiful and functional. It holds an amazing edge, and it is significantly lighter than the stainless handle model. It was well worth the money. Nearly everyone who has seen it has commented on how awesome it is.
September 19, 2015
5out of 5
I've had a Spyderco of one flavor or another clipped to my pocket for the past 17 years. This is the 4th Endura I've owned (the other three are a Gen 2 and Gen 3 polymer Endura and a Gen 4 stainless). The titanium Damascus Endura is a little different than those other three, though. I've wanted a Damascus-blade Endura since Spyderco did their sprint run of jig-bone handled Damascus Enduras, and I snapped one of these up as soon as Amazone made them available. Comparatively speaking, it feels substantially less hefty in one's hand than the stainless versions. It also feels a lot thinner than the stainless or polymer versions. While it weighs about the same as the polymer versions, it's balanced much closer to the handle (the polymer Enduras will balance further up the blade), which makes it feel airier (for lack of a better word) in the hand. This was probably one of the stiffest Spyderco knives I've used out-of-the-box. I've been able to one-handed open all my other Spyderco blades after unwrapping them. I ended up greasing the mechanism, and after a couple hundred cycles, it opens with the same smoothness I would expect (it's not as smooth as my oldest knives, but give it ten years and it'll be there). It is also one of the most tightly toleranced knives I've worked with -- there's literally no gap between the lock and the blade when it's open. Get so much as a piece of pocket lint between the blade and lock and it won't close. It's a beautifully machined piece of work. The blade cuts just as fine as any other Spyderco knife I've worked with. This is only available in PlainEdge, which makes for easier sharpening; I've not seen this in a serrated edge available. No complaints about the blade; it's ground well and the Damascus styling sets it off from other folders. The knife came in a nicer-than-standard case, a zippered pouch as compared to the standard Spyderco cardboard. I've been using it for EDC for the past 4 or 5 months with no complaints. I wear it in a business environment day-to-day, and it's classy (for lack of a better word) as compared to the bland polymer Spydercos. 5 stars. I thought about giving it 4 stars due to the initial stiffness, but that's an artifact of tighter-than-normal machining standards and it worked its way out after a couple hundred close/open cycles, so I'll let it slide.