"Saving and Serving Professionals" want specific features in a folding knife. Emergency cutting requires these experts have a readily accessible knife for quickly separating a variety of materials and a design that safely cuts around people in hectic surroundings. Spyderco's Rescue 93mm model was built with these needs in mind. A remake of the landmark C14 Spyderco Rescue, the Rescue 93mm has a 3 1/2" cutting edge made from VG-10 stainless steel. The blade is mostly serrated with the last inch at the tip PlainEdged for a broad range of cutting needs. The blade's tip is a rounded sheepfoot design (no sharpened point) that slides safely under seatbelts or clothing. A unique feature is the crescent-shaped portion of steel bitten from the blade's spine just in front of the hole. While cutting, the crescent provides a positioning spot for the index finger giving perfect control over the blade's tip. Behind the round hole a row of textured serrations position the thumb for command over the entire cutting edge. Both positioning points are further refined by a finger choil cut from the underbelly of the handle where the handle and blade meet. Blade and handle shape collectively, create first-rate control and ergonomic comfort over the entire knife. Made of fiberglass reinforced nylon resin, the handle is textured with a palm grip-sticking waffle pattern. A tip-up pocket clip fastens to either side of the handle for both right and left-handers and doubles as a lanyard hole. A half-moon of steel removed from the locking lever (called a David Boye indent) makes the knife impossible to accidentally close when gripped very tightly.