The Spyderco Insistent is a well-made, budget friendly linerlock you can pick up for about $40. The design of this knife is basically a scaled version of the Efficient. Spyderco tells us the Efficient, “…inspired demand for a smaller ‘gentleman’s’ version that carries even more discreetly. The answer to that calling is the Insistent….”
The broad 2.48” 8Cr13MoV drop point has a full-flat grind and a satin finish. It opens with Spyderco’s trademark Round Hole. There’s a smooth index-finger choil so you can comfortably choke up on the knife while maintaining control during fine detail work.
The durable and slip resistant G-10 handles are contoured for comfort and mounted on skeletonized stainless-steel liners. It weighs a mere 3.7 ounces, making it both slacks and shorts friendly. It has a contoured recess at the linerlock for easy indexing and an ambidextrous, tip-up pocket clip and lined lanyard hole.
Spyderco Insistent Details
- 8Cr13MoV Stainless Steel, Satin Finish
- 2.48” Leaf Blade
- Full-Flat Grind
- 0.118” Blade Thickness
- Round Hole Opener
- G-10 Handle
- Ambidextrous Tip-up Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- 3.7 oz.
- 3.74” Closed
- 6.08” Overall
Overall, the Spyderco Insistent is the same basic design as the Efficient. It’s just a bit smaller, and at only $40 it’s a bit more budget friendly. If you’re interested in this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.