C112 Micro Dyad

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The Micro Dyad which is produced by Moki in Japan is the last in Spyderco's Dyad series. It's this far been available in two variations. For the other Dyads see C39 Dyad Jr. and C44 Dyad

Appearance in catalogs

Designer

Unknown at this time, probably Sal Glesser

History, mentionings etc. from the forums

Information from the Spyderco catalog on the web

"The Spyderco Micro Dyad has both a PlainEdge and a SpyderEdge blade together in the same knife. Traditional Jigged bone handle houses a PlainEdge Clip-point blade and a SpyderEdge Sheepfoot blade. Both blades open and lock independently. The Micro Dyad is clipless." [1]

Variations

Variations of the micro Dyad

SKU Handle Edge(s) Steel From/To MSRP Note Number made Grind Clip Clip positions Collectors club
C112P&S Jigged bone PE and SE VG-10 2007 164.95$ N/A No clip N/A Main
C112P&SBP Black pearl inlaid handle PE and SE VG-10 2008 - (?) 184.95$ N/A No clip N/A Variant

Most collectible variation

The jigged bone C112 which is the first variant with CC- markings is believed to be the most collectible.


Questions regarding collecting the C112

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Technical information

Typical measurements (mm and grams) of the C112 Micro Dyad:

SKU Length overall Length closed Blade length Hole Ø Blade thickness Weight
C112P&S 113mm 63mm 50mm 9mm 2mm 47g
C112P&SBP 113mm 63mm 50mm 9mm 2mm 47g

Typical measurements (Inches and ounces) of the C112 Micro Dyad:

SKU Length overall Length closed Blade length Hole Ø Blade thickness Weight
C112P&S 4 7/16 2 15/32 2 11/32 5/64 1.7oz
C112P&SBP 4 7/16 2 15/32 1 31/32 11/32 5/64 1.7oz

References

  1. The C112 Micro Dyad in Spyderco's online catalog

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