Petzl Spatha Knife

Petzl Spatha Knife is rated 3.875 out of 5 by 24.
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Product Description Item No.   10012027

The Spatha Knife by Petzl is an easy opening knife with carabiner hole. Can be attached to a harness or a bag, making it difficult to lose.

FEATURES of the Petzl Spatha Knife

  • Easily clips onto the harness with a CARITOOL or with a carabiner

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Best Use: Outdoor Work and Tactical
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from What a bargain. After searching for the perfect climbing knife, I settled on the small Petzl Spatha knife. It met most of my requirements light, decent sized blade, can clip it to a harness. Even though it doesn't lock closed like the Trango knife, it is near impossible to open inadvertently, so I feel confident carrying it on my harness. By far my favorite feature, though, is how easy this blade is to open even when wearing bulky mittens or gloves. You need two hands, but there is no fumbling and its very simple. The only downsides are that it does not lock and is it's probably not super high grade steel like some of the very expensive blades out there. What sold me though, was the price tag of only 20.
Date published: 2007-05-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice but missing the mark... This is a very nice knife but I thought it was lacking in a couple of key categories. First Petzl should have thought about putting a single hand opening mechanism on this knife. This is so close to being a great climbing knife; it is light weight, fits well in your hand and the carabineer hole allows you to clip it to your gear loops with ease but when one hand is tied up (so to speak) you need to be able to flip your thumb and be done.,,Secondly I fear that the plastic though light would not stand up to abuse. ,,I had to walk away…,,
Date published: 2011-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light, sharp, not a breeze to open, good knife. Out of the box, this knife was much sharper than I expected. In the past I've had to spend some time sharpening blades before I was happy with the edge they'd hold, but this one was good to go from the start. Its light as a feather and won't weigh your pocket down if you're trying to travel light. I don't think its a one hand opening knife, and it doesn't lock out, but as a pack knife, or on a lanyard around your neck, this is a quality piece of equipment that I love to use.
Date published: 2008-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good knife but make sure you have a big enough 'biner I picked this up as a multi-purpose tool that I didn't really have strong intentions of keeping on a carabiner all the time. That being said, it's a sturdy, reliable blade and I use it all the time for various things indoor and out. However, I have a smaller sized 'biner, and putting this knife on it is a bit awkward because of how wide the knife itself is. If you plan to use this knife exclusively for climbing, make sure you have a big carabiner to put it on.
Date published: 2010-05-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from short end of the stick? not so much i got the short blade b/c its seraded, sp??...but anyways...its sharp, hangs on bigger biners easily...small ones it gets wedged sometimes and is a booger to move. If you want one hand opening...its POSSIBLE...but not easy...go for something with a peg. no locking mechanism so dont cut your finger off....AKA i'll use it to cut webbing and rope, but i'll stick to something a lil more classy for casual use..
Date published: 2008-01-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Small knife works fine but is a hassle I bought this little guy a month ago for cutting ropes while climbing. The knife is sharp and cuts through most things easily, but the hard part is getting it open. You have to use two hands and a leg to hold it against to get the blade out. Sometimes the blade slips back into the handle so watch out while cutting with this one. This knife is good but not great. Skip it if you don't want the hassle.
Date published: 2009-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from cheap price, cheap knife, im cheap too. well, this knife comes really sharp. i got the larger, non serrated. i do like it, and it will fit on a carribeaner. however, its not a locking blade, and its not as easy as it advertises to open with one hand. but ive been told opening a knife with one hand is dangerous anyway. long story short. its an ok knife at a pretty cheap price, so, you get what you pay for.
Date published: 2006-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If you can't beat em... move to New Zealand All the items in this order have been purchased with points rather than cash which is outstanding! At last a points system that rewards it customers... Unlike the Nectar Card here in the UK which after paying in to it your whole life and having your personal details sold to Marketing companies you earn enough points to take one of your children to F'ing Euro Disney!
Date published: 2006-02-28
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