Here is a new old stock Spyderco Worker with Tufram handles. Knife Command is lucky to have some friends in Japan that occasionally send us some Spyderco knives that are fairly rare in the United States.
There were some Spyderco Tufram Workers still in the warehouse, so G Sakai offered them to their Japan market. This Worker has a serrated edge, GIN-1 stainless steel blade. It features Tufram handles and a Spyderco pocket clip. Since these have been moved around a bit over the years, there are minor handling marks on the Tufram. These marks are purely cosmetic and very minor. Each knife measures 6-5/8" overall, 3-7/8" closed, and the blade is 2-3/4". It weighs 2.5 ounces.
The Spyderco Tufram Worker comes new and unused in it's original white, Spyderco, Japan market box.
Utterly brilliant, IMO the finest variation of the Spyderco Worker ever made! Lighter than the all-steel models and not covered in clip holes like the 2104 Sprint Run. Great ergonomics on this Spyderco's first knife design, a landmark in itself in pocketknife history. The Tuffram handles feel really nice, smooth but not super slippery and the contrast between the dark grey scales and bright pins looks very handsome! Action is tight and snappy & easy to operate. Knife arrived safely and well oiled in a plastic baggie inside the white box, as if transported via time machine straight from 1994. Very happy with my purchase and much thanks to KnifeCommand for an easy, pleasant transaction!Antti I.
Jun 20, 2019
Jun 20, 2019