3002 SpyderKey (Hummingbird)

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SpyderKeys and Hummingbirds are the same model. The early ones were all serrated and the later ones partially serrated with a key ring. All had SS bolsters (except SS model), clip-point, locking blades and are made in Japan, boxed in velvet "jewelry" type boxes. Most of the knives are embellished with various materials. In addition three are produced as tie clips.

Appearance in catalogs

One-time appearance in the 1993 catalog[1].


Sal Glesser[2]

History, mentionings etc. from the forums

Some information from Sal Glesser posted on the BladeForums.com:

The "Spyder Keys" later called "Hummingbirds" were AUS-8. Make by a Seki maker named Nakamura. He made most of the early Kershaw models., along with Moki.[3]

Information from the Spyderco catalog on the web


SKU Handle material MSRP
3002 SS Tie Clip 39.95 $
3002A Abalone 64.95 $
3002ATC Abalone Tie Clip 48.95 $
3002B Black Lip Pearl Oyster 64.95 $
3002C Corian (white/gray) 51.95 $
3002P Mother of Pearl 64.95 $
3002Q Quince 44.95 $
3002RB Red Bone 50.95 $
3002S Stag 59.95 $
3002SS SS 37.95 $
3002STC Stag Tie Clip 51,95$
3002W Cocobolo 48.95 $

Most collectible variation

Questions regarding collecting the Hummingbirds

  • Who is the designer?
  • How many made of the different versions?

Technical Information


  1. Spyderco's product guide from 1993 is available for download here
  2. His comment can be found here.
  3. The entire thread containing Mr. Glesser's comment can be found here.