What’s the size comparison like between that and the Dragonfly 2?I went for a walk in the high country - I usually take stuff that I can depend on. I didn't give it much thought and grabbed the cold steel mini tuff lite. It's really good for outdoor acivities. It's small and light, every thing works well, and it's not really bothered by water or sweat (or both). The other option would have been my spyderco dragonfly 2.
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I found a photo online, because I'm lazy . The tuff lite is smaller - 125mm vs 142mm. Dragonfly blade is about a cm longer. Mini tuff lite is overall thicker - thicker blade stock and handle, but probably thinner behind the edge due to being hollow ground. My dragonfly is zdp189. The dragonfly is probably the better knife in most respects, but I just like taking the mini tuff lite. Although, just handling them now the mini is ergonomically better because of the thicker handle. Dragonfly feels lighter,What’s the size comparison like between that and the Dragonfly 2?
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Only joking. Bloffy is getting it for me for Chrimbo.
I have a few of those, to carry in the coin pocket for when I really can't carry anything else. They are very useful. I've used the nail file for filing plastic etc, and as a small lever / screwdriver. Even the toothpick is useful for things like undoing knots or working on something you don't want to scratchFront pocket Victorinex