The Manix2 has enjoyed a welcome reception since its unencumber in early 2010. An all-black version arrived summer of 2010 with a DLC (diamond like coated) black blade, black screws and black silhouette pocket clip. Similar to the non-black version it features an exceptionally strong lock known as the Ball Bearing Lock®. The lock is composed of a free-floating ball bearing contained in a custom high-tech polymer cage. The round ball bearing permits the lock to self adjust across a big surface, smoothly and consistently locking up with solid confidence. Layered below the G-10 care for are scalloped full-steel scale liners extending just beyond the care for scales, effectively jimping the care for’s perimeter at the same time as increasing rigidity and strength. The matte black non-reflective blade is Crucible 154-CM steel, hollow-ground with aggressive thumb serrations (jimping) above an excellent-sized 14mm Spyderco Round Hole. A black three-screw pocket clip is left/right hand friendly and positions the folder for tip-up carry.
Ambidextrous tip-up clip.
14mm Spyderco Trademark Round Hole. Oversized piped lanyard.
Thumb and care for jimping. Ball Bearing Lock®.
Made in Golden, Colorado.