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    Spyderco Forum Registered User McBain's Avatar
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    Smallfly

    this is so very cool!!!! I was just wondering, what makes it so expensive?? I'm sure there is somethin I'm missin, just wonderin...
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    vg-10 blade and i think its probably all in all made better then the older ones

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    My Spyderflys have VG-10 blades and I didn't think they could be made any better. It might be the added G-10 or just the "cool" factor. Not really sure, but in my eyes Spyderflys were perfect when they came out originally.
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    the coolness and the materials of the knife is just superb, I really want one... but the price is just too much for me...
    plus I'm not so much of a fan of songs, since there are a lot of those here... (sourgraping)
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    Plus there's the unavoidable fact that prices have risen.

    Steel is turning into spendy stuff.
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    I'm not so sure the new SmallFly has VG-10 blade steel. The description at an online retailer that has it in stock says "Blade Material: 154CM Stainless"

    Jay

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    154cm is what I saw too. I am seriously looking into buying one of these.

    Spyderco seems to have went all out for this one.

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    Smallfly is a must have! Just ordered it today. The blade steel isn't VG-10 but I have no problem with 154CM. Thought VG-10 would be sweeter but then there would be no Earth labeling on blade . Great with reversed S curvature on the blade, G-10, steel liners, and 2 holes ...
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    What about this model I came across some where on the net a while ago....

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    you guys are right its not vg10 blade but it g10 handle, my bad!

    154cm
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    I want to start flippin' right now!
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    USA made?
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    Golden Colorado, U.S.A. Earth
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    These have never appealed to me. I prefer a rounded handle on a butterfly knife, which facilitates spinning in the hand. These look like they'd be uncomfortable to use.

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