K07 Boning Knife

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The K07 Boning Knife is part of Spyderco's kitchen knife series. It was also know as the 1107,Boning Knife (semi-fle) and Semi-Flex Boning.

Appearance in catalogs

  • 1986 Spyderco Product Guide (K07 appeared as the 1107 Boning Knife (semi-flex))
  • 1987 Wholesale Prices & Order Form (K07 appeared as the 1107 Kitchen "Sharps")
  • 1989 Wholesale Order Form (K07 appeared as the 1107 Kitchen "Sharps")
  • 1990 Spyderco Product Guide (K07 appeared as the 1107 Kitchen "Sharps")
  • 1990 Wholesale Price List (K07)

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History, mentionings etc. from the forums

Information from the Spyderco catalog on the web

Variations

The K07:

  • is originally made by Masahiro (meaning Wide-Quality) in Seki City, Japan
  • does not feature Spyderco's trademark round hole
  • features a Skinner-style blade profile and a semi-flexible blade
  • "each blade is individually heat treated, oil quenched, and ice tempered." (according to the 1996 Ironstone Product Guide)
SKU Handle Edge Steel From/To MSRP Note Number made Grind Collectors club
1107 Black Sermollan PE, SE MBS-26 1986-1993 $15.00 (1986) Part of Spyderco's Professional-grade Kitchen "Sharps", would later become the K07. N/A Full Flat

Most collectible variation

The original 1107 Flex Bone Knife, complete with original box and papers in mint condition is likely to be the most collectible version.

Questions regarding collecting the K07

Some interesting questions we are looking for an answer to: What are the complete specifications of the K07 (overall length, edge length, blade thickness, weight etc.)?

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Technical information

Measurements (mm and grams) of the K07 Boning Knife:

Variation Length overall Length blade Length edge Blade thickness Weight
K07 153mm

Measurements (inches and ounces) of the K07 Boning Knife:

Variation Length overall Length blade Length edge Blade thickness Weight
K07 6"

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