Wich is for you the best full serrated chinese budget knife?

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Wich is for you the best full serrated chinese budget knife?

Wich is for you the best full serrated chinese budget knife?

I’m seeing the navy k631s but wich is your favorite?

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I don’t know the answer to that but the only one I have is the SRM T01a (and it’s only partially serrated).

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Sorry for the necromancy but does anyone else know any other model then the OP’s suggestion? I’m looking for the same thing now…

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Just curious, what are you needing full serrations for? Or is it just to have one in your collection?

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To explain things easiest I started this thread yesterday
http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/981102-Toughest-fully-s...

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I think I saw a full serration or two over on the DX site earlier today. Many of their serrated blades were out of stock, however. Start from the expensive end and work back.

My spyderco is full serration – at least 20 years old – and it will still cut just about everything. It’s a heavy, duty knife.

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I’ll probably go with Spyderco anyway, don’t have one yet and am starting a knife collection with some ESEEs.

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Spyderco has some good serrations! Kershaw has some good ones too. If you read that link, it shows how the serrations actually have more cutting length than if you just put in a plain edge. The spyderco one is diagram B btw.

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That’s a cool link! Thanks for sharing!

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sintro wrote:
Just curious, what are you needing full serrations for? Or is it just to have one in your collection?

For collection and for trying it.

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I always heard that they were best for rope , straps, seat-belts, stuff like that.

Maybe bread?? Big Smile

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bikenber73 wrote:
I always heard that they were best for rope , straps, seat-belts, stuff like that.

Maybe bread?? Big Smile

Anything where fast is priority over a smooth slicing . . helpful if caught in unexpected defensive need, too.

As some have posted in various threads, sharpening takes a rod or multi-sided tool and a labor of love. Mine generally does not need to be sharpened as often as most straight blades, though.