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The Spyderco Waterway Knife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review

Today, we’re going to take a look at a knife with a great blade, an amazing steel, and the complete and total inability to fold: the Spyderco Waterway.

11 replies on “The Spyderco Waterway Knife: The Full Nick Shabazz Review”

I scuba dive and spearfish. I bought the Waterway to use as a scuba knife clipped to my weight belt. The knife, fish bag and the speargun are the only tools (aside from the scuba gear) that I carry underwater. When you spear a fish and it’s not a kill shot it comes handy to pearce the fish through the gills or head so that it stops fighting. Also for cleaning the fish in the boat. With or without gloves it’s very grippy.

Looks like an excellent fishing knife.

I have a Caribbian leaf shaped and a Spydiechef in LCN200N. Love them.
Also live by the coast and I do fish a lot, and I own a lot of more fixed knives than folders.

This knife is definitely something I'll check out. Thanks for the review.

Weird. Mine is sharpened all the way to the ricasso. Maybe yours isn’t the best quality controlled one after all and Lance did some random sampling

my favorite knife steel, almost as hard and tough as M390 but with far
greater corrosion resistance. We need more folders in this steel.

This is also a great knife for inside the waistband carry. I know you are not into that Nick, but the world is not always a safe space.

Listen here young man, I say listen here. Yaught notta go reviewin knaives yaint fixin ta use after theyes intended design parameters. Stik ta yer wee apple slicin, letter openin, dainty cardboard cutters and leave tha manly fixed blades in the calloused hands of real men like yer good ole Uncle Randy…ya hear?

How did nick read my mind I was thinking just yesterday “I with nick would make a video over the waterway”.

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