PK144 | Spyderco | C11ZFPYL - Delica 4 - Yellow/Green Zome FRN / Satin Blade / PE
MODEL NAME - Delica 4 (Lone Star Wholesale Exclusive)
MODEL NUMBER - C11ZFPYL
DESIGNER - Sal Glesser
BLADE LENGTH - 3.875"
CLOSED LENGTH - 4.25"
OVERALL LENGTH - 7.125"
BLADE THICKNESS - .090"
BLADE STEEL - CPM-S30V
BLADE GRIND - Full Flat Grind
BLADE EDGE - PlainEdge
HANDLE MATERIAL - Yellow / Green Zome Fiber Reinforced Nylon (FRN) Volcano-Grip
BOLSTER / GUARD MATERIAL - N/A
LINERS - Stainless Steel
SPACER(S) - N/A
BLADE FINISH - Satin
LOCK MECHANISM - Back-Lock with Boye Dent
CLIP - Chrome 4-Way Clip - RH/LH - TD/TU
THUMB STUD(S) - Spyderco Round Hole
WEIGHT - 2.5 oz.
SHEATH - N/A
BOX - Original Black / Red Box
SERIAL NUMBER - N/A
ORIGIN - Seki-City, Japan
PRODUCTION DATE - November 2017
DESCRIPTION - This Spyderco Delica 4 knife has a flat saber-ground VG-10 stainless steel blade that is black titanium carbonitride coated and partially serrated. The handle is black FRN.
The blade on the Delica is premium VG-10 stainless steel from Seki-City Japan and features spine jimping that extends from the ramp to the top of the handle. The Spyderco original thumb hole on the blade allows ambidextrous one-hand opening for right or left handers and the phosphor bronze washers at the pivot make the blade action smooth. The Delica has a lightweight FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) handle with skeletonized stainless steel liners and a strong back lock mechanism. The handle features screw construction for quick, simple cleaning and adjustment. The FRN scales utilize Spyderco's patented Bi-Directional Texturing to keep your hand from slipping under pressure. The pocket clip is 4-way reversible for tip-up/down and left/right carry.
The Delica is a smaller version of the Spyderco Endura knife. Both knives have been extremely popular over the years thanks to their lightweight, high performance build and affordable price.
COMMENTS - Lone Star Wholesale Exclusive and the first Delica to use CPM-S30V. Zome (pronounced "zoh-may") is a class of Japanese handicrafts that specializes in dyeing textiles. Expert Japanese artisans use a technique reminiscent of traditional hiki-zome (brush dyeing) to hand brush various colors of dye onto the handles to create distinctive, one-of-a-kind patterns.