Frank Centofante – C25


Model Name: Frank Centofante
Model Reference: C25
Designer: Frank Centofante
MSRP: ???
The C25 Centofante is the smaller of the two Centofantes that were produced by Spyderco. The C25 had two generations, the first of which was aluminum bodied, with different colors of rubber inserts. The second generation had the G-10 body, with a bug medallion inlay which came in a couple different colors, such as gold and silver. The later model also had a slide liner lock safety and screw construction.

Blade Length: 2 7/8″
Closed Length: 4″
Overall Length: 6 7/8″
Weight: 2.25oz (Al)

Blade Material: ATS-34
Blade Finish: Satin
Blade Grind:Full Flat Grind
Handle Material: Aluminum with Rubber Insert, G-10 with Bug Inlay
Locking Mechanism: Liner Lock

Years Produced: 1994-1996 (Al), 1997-? (G-10)
Manufacture Location: Golden Colorado USA

C25PBL – Plain Edge, Blue Rubber Inlays
C25PSBL – Combo Edge, Blue Rubber Inlays
C25SBL – Serrated Edge, Blue Rubber Inlays
C25PGR – Plain Edge, Green Rubber Inlays
C25PSGR – Combo Edge, Green Rubber Inlays
C25SGR – Serrated Edge, Green Rubber Inlays
C25PBK – Plain Edge, Black Rubber Inlays
C25PSBK – Combo Edge, Black Rubber Inlays
C25SBK – Serrated Edge, Black Rubber Inlays
C25GP – Plain Edge, G-10 Handles
C25GS – Serrated Edge, G-10 Handles

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2 Responses to “Frank Centofante – C25”

  1. Billy Says:

    I have a C-25 second gen brand new; it’s the black non-rubber handle and the ATS-34. My question is what do you think it’s worth now? My father-in-law was probably in the 1% club.

  2. spyderco source Says:

    Probably $200-300.

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