It seems like smaller knives get respect equivalent to their size, very little. Most people don't look at a subcompact lightweight car and think ”high-performance vehicle”. That estimation can change when it's revealed that little clown-car disproportionately packs 350 horsepower and a high-speed racing package. Stature doesn't always accurately represent ability and performance, as exampled in the Spyderco Dragonfly. Its cutting ability is unequal to its diminutive package and innocuous name. The small-knife-bigfeel, works through providently executed ergonomics and premium components like VG-10 blade steel, a foliage green G-10 handle. Shape also matters - the full flat-ground blade has a spine cusp providing the thumb a natural settling place, controlling the cutting edge. G-10 handle hits all the correct pressure points in the hand and has a purposeful flat shelf at the base where the pinkie finger rides as a leveraging point. Deep pocket wire clip.
|Knife Edge:||Plain Edge|
|Best Use:||Everyday Carry|