Spyderco Resilience Black G-10 PlainEdge Knife


Spyderco’s collection of Value Folders, are named after admirable human characteristics.  Our economical Persistence is smallest, the Tenacious is mid-sized, and our new Resilience the largest.  All three folders offer a high level of cutting performance, materials and construction for around the cost of a tank of gas. The Resilience has a full-flat ground 8Cr13MoV stainless blade with a tip-to-handle cutting edge. Jimping cross-hatches the spine offering a slip-proof seat for the thumb whil

$ 41.00

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  1. 32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Use with extreme caution! the blade is very sharp., January 18, 2016
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    The Spyderco Resilience is a very nice knife if only the manufacturer pay much attention on the quality of each product.
    Out from the box the knife cut/slice paper very well, I was very impressed but after closer look this what I found out.
    1. The Blade was not aligned properly. see picture.
    2. The clip was not properly clean or de burred properly. see picture.
    3. The tank where the walker liner suppose to lock was leaning on the side, not much but I can see it. First I though it was my eyes but no. see picture.
    4. The knife is suppose to be “Full flat-ground blade” that’s what on the description but it’s not. Mine come with uneven not flat. I more likely have more metal on the tip toward the belly but it get thinner pass it and toward the handle. I could feel the drop like puddle or let say crater. Also on the spyder sign side, you can see the brush line marking but not on the other side..wierd huh? Also I think I need to re profile the blade, even do it is very sharp the edge or line on bevel is weird.
    Ok. Maybe it’s just me….for safety reason I would right away change the clip location specially you’re a right handed, see if you put the blade on your right front pocket… the blade opening direction is where??? quess what, ya your right. see I try to play the locking mechanism of the blade and it’s not firm.. but just by holding the back side of the blade and shake it up and down the blade will open half way…this the danger and caution i’m concerned…when this happen and I hope not the blade is pointing directly to your manhood or something else…and this is very sharp blade. well, Just me.
    Now do you think I will keep the blade…thinking of returning it will cost me more plus time to drop it off….ya i’ll keep it.
    I really like the blade, only I got a not so good made. ya it made in china but spyderco should have a high quality standard through out there entire company. Well for $ 40+ knife…it’s OK. Hope my observation help others decision to buy the blade. I will still keep my SCHRADE as EDC I have it for about 6 to 8 yrs. Sure for camping the spyderco will be handy. Just to add my last observations…. the build of the blade is solid..no racking except those that I already said.
    Update: 1/25/19.
    I did tighten the screw on the pivot and now the blade does not open prematurely. Also the rest of all the screw. So far I’m happy with my purchased. The blade hold sharpness. I add one more star because of this new observation.

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  2. Teanna Peralta says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I Love Amazon Prime I ordered This blade two days ago …, October 15, 2015
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    I Love Amazon Prime I ordered This blade two days ago and received it today ! anyway when I opened the box I was ready for mixed feeling being some said it was large, well I only had one WOW this is an amazing blade big but not over bearing, sharp enough to shave hair off my arm amazing detail even though its from china it’s a Amazing folder, USES: I personally use all for folders for many different tasks but when I hold this blade self defense comes to mind second camp knife’ once you feel it in your hand you will understand and it is light for such a fairly large blade but prints less than as many folders half it’s blade length all I can say if you like folders you will love the Resilience.

    Barry Peralta
    Peralta Insurance Specialist

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  3. LC in Seattle says:
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic value from Spyderco, January 9, 2014
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    LC in Seattle (Seattle,WA USA) –

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    I’ve had this knife for about 6 months and have been impressed enough that I’m compelled to write up a review. I don’t think I’ll go into tremendous detail in this review but will simply state that no other folding knife in this price range can compare to the fit, finish or performance of this knife. I use it frequently as a portable food prep blade and it does a great job. If laws permit, it would do fine in an EDC role or as a defensive blade. With a flick of my finger, it simply flys open and the lockup is strong. The steel holds an edge far better than I had hoped and sharpens easily. This is a very high value folding knife that several friends and relatives have purchased for themselves after using mine. For $40 and change, you simply won’t believe the quality Spyderco delivers. Yes it is made in China but it does not suffer from a lack of quality or attention to detail. If I didn’t have too many knives already, I’d have purchased the Tenacious, Persistance and Ambitious to go along with this knife based on my experience with this knife. I’ll be buying these as gifts for friends in the future.
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