The New Endela Wharncliffe K390 From Spyderco Is The Newest In The Endela Line And Uses A Distinctive Blade Design And State-Of-The-Art Tool Steel To Stand Out.
When Spyderco releases new knives they’re always fun and push the boundaries of what an EDC can be. In the case of the new Endela Wharncliffe K390, there’s so much new about it that it stands out even in comparison to other knives from the company.
It all starts with the K390 MICROCLEAN blade steel. This all-new particle metallurgy tool steel was designed with wear resistance and compressive strength in mind. The straight-edged blade takes the steel and turns it into an exceptional folder that’s tough enough to handle all sorts of intense industrial applications. At 3.42 inches long, the blade is beefy enough to attack big tasks while compact enough for more intricate work.
The blade is married to an FRN handle, and the back lock keeps the whole thing solid and firm in your hand when deployed. The ambidextrous pocket clip allows for easy carry on either side of your body, in your purse, or in a travel pack.
Once again, Spyderco has knocked it out of the park with their newest addition to the Endela line.
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