Spyderco PITS Titanium Folder
Spyderco PITS Titanium Folder
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Designed for the hardest cutting tasks and heaviest wear while still complying with strict British knife laws, the Italian made Spyderco PITS (Pie in the Sky) SLIPIT Folder is the everyday carry knife that can do it all and still stay street legal. A faithful interpretation of forum regular Mike Read’s non-locking folder, the PITS is a slipjoint knife with a super steel blade that can be easily opened with only one hand Read More
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Tigerman
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Jul 23, 2018
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This is an interesting knife. The big feature is its special slipjoint lock, and the big question is whether you want that enough to make this knife worth it. I think it succeeds at being a really solid, useful knife that doesn't lock. If that's what you want, I doubt you'll be disappointed by this knife. Of course it doesn't lock as well as modern frame- and liner-locks, but that's missing the point because it's not supposed to lock. When you think of all the R&D that's gone into those lock mechanisms over the last decade, they're a tough act to follow. When I make that comparison, I also see that the PITS lacks a bit of refinement. I took mine apart, and found a couple of screws were a bit loose. All edges of the blade were horribly sharp, even the ones that aren't meant to be, so I rounded them with sandpaper. After cleaning, oiling and reassembling, it feels much better. I don't blame sypderco for this, since they are the first to manufacture the mechanism in production. (And I've found those sharp edges on several italian-made knives.) However, the blue finish is a bit useless and delicate. While my knife was apart I shook it up in a container of stones and soapy water to give it an evenly scratched finish. Since then I've found myself carrying it a lot.
Tigerman
410
Jul 23, 2018
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