Some say its ugly, but I think it is one beautiful blade, and it was one of my white whales! Unfortunately as I'm in Canada and it's February, it's going to be a while before this Spyderco Caspian Salt can prove itself where it's meant to be, in or on the water!
While it may look like someone got a laser cutter for Christmas and went nuts with it, the Spyderco Q knife was actually quite a revolution when it was released.
One of the most highly sought after multitools for collectors is this USA made SpydeRench from Spyderco.
While many of these are branded with the Jeep logo, I've never been able to determine if they were a legitimate Jeep product, or just another attempt to capitalize on an established brand.
There are a lot of things in life that I don't like and I could easily fill volumes of books with my complaining about things in general and with alarming specificity. I really could, as evidenced by the fact that this website has completely grown from my ability to complain about things and tell the world what I like and, more often what I don't like.
Once in a while, there’s a tool that comes along that is so different from any other, that no other manufacturer could hope to successfully incorporate any good points into their own designs. The Spyderco SpyderWrench and ByrdWrench are just that kind of design. Unlike any other tools, the Spyder and ByrdWrenches are hard to classify.