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Model: LYLP3

Made in Japan


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H-1 does something no other blade steel can,  It remains 100% rust free and it actually holds a sharp cutting edge. Spyderco's Salt Series offers a collection of H-1 folders and fixed blades with a newly added keychain-sized Salt. The new Ladybug Salt is nearly as small as your car keys and carries just as easily. Its lightweight FRN (fiberglass reinforced nylon) handle is coated with Bi-Directional Texturing for slip-resistant cutting. It comes in stand-out Marine Yellow and easy to spot if dropped in water or on the ground. The H-1 hollow ground blade is available in a SpyderEdge or PlainEdge configuration. The LYL is clip-less with a lanyard hole to string a keychain or lanyard through. Whether light or heavy cutting, the Ladybug Salt is a compact firecracker with explosive cutting ability in a small package that will never rust.

It attaches to your keychain and is nearly as small as your car keys, Spydercos smallest lightweight knife is the Ladybug. Made of VG-10 stainless steel, the hollow ground blade comes in a SpyderEdge or PlainEdge configuration. This modified clip-point blade style is matched up with a black, lightweight handle of fiberglass-reinforced nylon resin making the entire knife weighs less than an ounce. The LBK3 doesnt have a clip but rather a lanyard hole for attachment to a keychain or lanyard. Like its larger counterparts (and all Spyderco knives) the Ladybug 3 packs tremendous cutting power and can take on both fine and heavy cutting tasks.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Blade Length: 1 11/16"
Length Closed: 2 7/16"
Overall Length: 4 3/8"
Weight: .6 oz.
Blade Style: Modified Clip Point
Blade Finish: Satin
Edge: Plain
Blade Steel: H1
Rockwell Hardness: 59-61
Locking Mechanism: Lockback
Handle Material: Black FRN
Fittings: Stainless Steel 

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