Reddit Reddit reviews Spyderco HoneyBee Folding Knife - Stainless Steel Handle with PlainEdge, Full-Flat Grind, 3Cr Steel Blade and SlipJoint - C137P

We found 9 Reddit comments about Spyderco HoneyBee Folding Knife - Stainless Steel Handle with PlainEdge, Full-Flat Grind, 3Cr Steel Blade and SlipJoint - C137P. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Spyderco HoneyBee Folding Knife - Stainless Steel Handle with PlainEdge, Full-Flat Grind, 3Cr Steel Blade and SlipJoint - C137P
HONEYBEE - This knife defies both nature and expectation that something this small performs such a grand maneuver. Like bumblebees, Spyderco Bugs and HoneyBees perform the unexpected.PLAINEDGE BLADE - This knife has a sharpened blade with no serrations or teeth sometimes referred to as a smooth blade.STAINLESS STEEL - Solid stainless steel handle is extremely strong and provides an excellent surface for engraving. Steel containing a minimum of 12.5% chromium, making the steel resistant (not stain proof) to corrosion.FULL-FLAT GRIND - This knife features a blade ground with flat bevels that extend from the spine all the way to the cutting edge. This grind reduces drag during cutting and decreases overall weight.SPECIFICATIONS - Closed Length (Inches): 2.06, Overall Length (Inches): 3.66, Blade Length (Inches):1.6, Blade Steel: 3Cr, Grind: Full-Flat
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9 Reddit comments about Spyderco HoneyBee Folding Knife - Stainless Steel Handle with PlainEdge, Full-Flat Grind, 3Cr Steel Blade and SlipJoint - C137P:

u/Jim_E_Hat · 4 pointsr/BudgetBlades
u/Efflux · 2 pointsr/knives

I have a tiny little spyderco Keychain knife I bought on Amazon. It's been on my Keychain for 6+ months. I am happy with it.

edit: Here's the link

u/jstenoien · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Spyderco HoneyBee SS PlainEdge Knife https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002Y1PCRO These are $100 in Australia?? That's fucking ridiculous!

u/Pattycaaakes · 1 pointr/knives

I put this tiny knife on my keychain recently and, let me tell you, it's a great little knife. The stainless steel looks classy, the small size is not threatening to others in an office/work situation for example. The blade is perfect for cuttings cordage, the tape on amazon packages, and most other EDC tasks you could encounter if you live in an urban or suburban area.

u/ARSLOCK · 1 pointr/knifeclub

looks like a honeybee. i keep one on my keys https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002Y1PCRO/

u/Lazerr · 1 pointr/knives

How small of a knife would you be willing to purchase?
Any of the Spyderco Bug series would be a good choice. Priced right and come in different sizes.

[Bug](http://www.amazon.com/Spyderco-Slip-Joint-Plain-Knife/dp/B003788U9U/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1373555986&sr=8-1&
keywords=Spyderco+bug)

Honeybee

Grasshopper

All three deal


For opening boxes (cutting tape) any of those will suffice. If your cutting cardboard, then mostly the Grasshopper will do (although not efficiently)


Also an Opinel looks classy while still being functional. All different sizes to choose from too.

u/DoctorWhookah · 1 pointr/knives

How about the Spyderco Graasshopper or the Honeybee

u/el_karacho · 1 pointr/Columbus

OH laws are very vague, they pretty much don't clearly define anything. I used to live in Boston where you can't carry guns and even things like pepper spray require a gun permit, but you can carry knives < 3.5" blade for personal protection, so I always had it with me. When I moved back here I asked around and what I posted was the most common response I got.

It mostly comes down to whether or not a knife is concealed and whether or not it's considered a CCW. This state supreme court decision sheds some light on the facts, and especially in sections 15-18 it shows the opinion of the state.

Basically, it's the state's job to prove that you were concealing a knife that 1) is deadly 2) is specifically designed as a weapon, and not as a tool, and 3) was being carried as a weapon and not as a tool.

There are definitely some knives out there that have absolutely no rational defense as a "tool". For instance, I have this Last Ditch knife which I don't think anyone could argue is particularly useful as a hunting/camping tool, nor a tool for cutting boxes/etc. I worked at a liquor store so I was always cutting boxes and never got hassled for carrying something similar to this Spyderco because that is much more reasonably defensible as a tool.