A new BIG folder knife from new chinese brand...

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A new BIG folder knife from new chinese brand...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRDbWPYEDuQ

Do you know this model?. It will has the same quality than enlan, ganzo and srm?
It has a double lock! and very good steel but i see a very thinner lock bar for 4mm blade…
I see that it seems to be a very poor slicer but very sturdy knife, the hollow begins very low.

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I think it’s this one.
Exduct has sent me about 5 e-mails about it.
http://www.exduct.com/chinese-folding-knives/harnds-knives/harnds-ck7006...

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I think it’s this one. Exduct has sent me about 5 e-mails about it. http://www.exduct.com/chinese-folding-knives/harnds-knives/harnds-ck7006...

Haha, yes, but it is nosense that they say that it is the big brother of enlan el01, nothing is equal, the blade, the handle… if it has not flipper!!!!, it is impossible than a knife can have a relationship with enlan el01 without a flipper.
But, i think this knife can be good, special even.

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I got the Exduct email too. Looks horrid. Tired

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Chloe wrote:
I got the Exduct email too. Looks horrid. Tired

I don’t think that, i like it at the beginning, without a review is hard to say but i like that it’s bigger than almost all, the 9cr18mov and the double lock system.

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What Chloe said, do not want!

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I’ve just bought an Enlan EL-01D from them and got the email as well.
That secondary lock is a copy of the LAke and Walker Knife Safety System, LAWKS, it comes in two types Auto LAWKS and Manual LAWKS auto sets itself every time the knife is opened and is a pain to keep re-setting, I have a CRKT Hammond Cruiser with the manual LAWKS, I never use it! – the LAWKS that is, the knife’s a big flipper so I use it roung the house.
What it does is a thin piece of metal pivots into place between the locking liner and the frame to stop the linerlock from disengaging.

From the CRKT website.

I prefer the look of the Harnds Viper or the Exduct wooden scaled knife. although it has no pocket clip, not bothered about that, but there’s no lanyard hole. Yet there’s the bottle opener in the same place as the SanRenMu 763’s.

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Yes, the HARNDS CK6015 like me too, full flat ground and good looking. I don’t know if HARNDS make good folders, good lock, resistance cut, good heat treatment. I miss reviews and over all hard test!.

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I considered the Harnds Nyx partly due to it’s striking similiarity to Kershaw Brawler . Actually, the blade geometry and serrations of the Nyx seem more useful for my intended use.

But I’d prefer to spend a little more and get better steel like VG-10.

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I like more the HARNDS CK6015 and HARNDS CK7006 Blazer than Harnds Nyx, it’s smaller than others, i don’t like serrations and the steel isn’t the same it is worst, the design too.

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Yes it is ugly too. :Sp

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Not my cup-o-tea, if the scales were solid black or even O.D. or camo it would be more attractive. The looks sorta remind me of the Bear Grylls model knives. OTOH the CK6015 is very good looking. If Harnds can match Enlan for quality & finish I’d order a few.

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I like the look of some of those Chloe, the Black Mambo’s nice. Not sure about the Pandora though.
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I’ve just noticed the size of the Harnds 7006 Blazer, here it’s doing it’s best to make the Enlan/Bee EL-01 look small and puny.

I’ll eventually get some of the Harnds knives, I like the look of the CK6015 Viper.

The CK6013 isn’t bad for the money, only $11.38, a lot of knife for the price.

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I thought this was going to be about BIG folding knives… Silly

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Chicken Drumstick wrote:
I thought this was going to be about BIG folding knives… Silly

I thought this was going to be about BIG folding knives… Silly

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8steve88 wrote:
I like the look of some of those Chloe, the Black Mambo’s nice. Not sure about the Pandora though.

It is a shame the Mambo is only partly serrated and no plain edge option. Playing with Photoshop, the Viper doesn’t look as nice with black handle and uncoated blade, tan G10 definitely suits it better. I am not sure about that thumbstud though.

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8steve88 wrote:
The CK6013 isn't bad for the money, only $11.38, a lot of knife for the price.

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That CK6013 looks to be a clone of the Kershaw Volt ii except without the assisted opening and flipper.  The volt ii is on my wishlist. 

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Has any member received any Harnds knives yet? I’d like to hear about the overall quality compared to Ganzo & Enlan. Thanks

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I've recently picked up a Kershaw Volt ii and I've just ordered the Harnds CK6013 to do a comparison (will be in a new "review" thread).  It could be a rather interesting comparison!  I'm not as thrilled as I'd hoped I would be with the Kershaw (esp. for the price paid); I think I was spoiled with "bang for the buck" with the Chinese budget knives! 

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