The Spyderco Rhino C210CFP is a practical and small pocket knife, for daily use. You immediately notice how special the shapes of the Rhino are. The strongly upward curved blade might remind you of the horn of a rhino. That is, of course, also where the name comes from.
Designer Michael Reinhold is known for designing relatively small knives. Nevertheless, these knives are very functional. The carbon fibre handle is enhanced with interesting finger grooves. As such you even have enough grip over this small handle.
The knife is enhanced with a clippoint-shaped blade. Or a Bowie-shape, just how you look at it. You open it with the famous Spyderco thumb hole. When opened the blade is locked by a solid compression lock. This is a rock-solid lock designed by Spyderco founder Sal Glesser.