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    Credit Card Knives

    Will Spyderco ever produce this type of knife?

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    The Spydercard was discontinued in 2006 but there are probably still some around.
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    There already was a Spydercard. Model SC01, a collaboration with Ed Bradichansky in 2001 or so IIRC (my date may be a bit off) discontinued in 2002. You may be able to find one if you search. The prices I saw them sell at were not too bad if someone wants one - 30 or 40 bucks.
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    Maybe it was 2006. Heh. Not sure.
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    Here's the Spydercard (along with the Shabaria sprint)



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    how thick was the spydercard though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by polyhexamethyl View Post
    how thick was the spydercard though?
    I believe the overall width (or thickness) of the Spydercard is approximately 5.03 mm. The blade alone is around 2.22 mm.
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    A clip-less Cricket is darn thin.
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    There was also a Byrd version of the SpyderCard called the FlatByrd a couple years ago. Given that neither sold well, I'm inclined to doubt it's a market Spyderco will revisit.
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