More Chinese knives @ FastTech added today

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More Chinese knives @ FastTech added today

http://www.fasttech.com/category/0/search/LTI9Nw/?knife

Scroll to the bottom of that link to see the new knives added.

These two popped out at me. I’ve never heard of the orange Ganzo G611, only the green one. Ganzo normally uses 440C for their steel, at $7 seems like a steal. The Enlan Bee L01MCT I’ve never seen in that colour either, it looks really menacing with red and black micarta.


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Thanks for making my wallet thinner Big Smile

Finaly, proud owner of a Powerex Maha mh c-9000 for my Eneloops:)

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Thanks for making my wallet thinner Big Smile

Hehe, glad to! What did ya order? Wink

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The Enlan EL-01D is stocked now.

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But I think I’ll wait until they get their shipping woes straightened out as I am still waiting for two knifes I have ordered a month ago and still no tracking numbers available.

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I am an admitted bit of a bit of a knife snob….

but that red & black Bee with the Enso pattern looks hella fine –

Whole lot cheaper and quicker than waiting 6-8 months to get my scales back from the youtube knife pimpers.

May be getting my first Enlan…thanks for posting

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KaiserSosa wrote:
I am an admitted bit of a bit of a knife snob….

but that red & black Bee with the Enso pattern looks hella fine –

Whole lot cheaper and quicker than waiting 6-8 months to get my scales back from the youtube knife pimpers.

May be getting my first Enlan…thanks for posting

I have the black and white version, bought from Amazon because a knife that I ordered, a SanRenMu 738, went missing. For the refund I got the Enlan/Bee L01-1. Good value as are all Enlans. Gradual tanto shape blade, very sharp and easy to sharpen.
The 8Cr13MoV isn’t a top grade steel but it holds an edge well enough.

I like the look as well as the texture and grip of the scales, enough but not so much it hurts the hands. If this is your first Enlan then be prepared to buy more. Smile

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Did anyone see this one, kind of resembles a mix between Strider and a Hinderer

http://www.fasttech.com/products/0/10001880/1572203-enlan-el08-stainless...

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The EL-08 is a big sturdy folder, but it is a bit heavy.

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AlexGT wrote:
Did anyone see this one, kind of resembles a mix between Strider and a Hinderer

http://www.fasttech.com/products/0/10001880/1572203-enlan-el08-stainless...

!http://s28.postimg.org/gblp71tpp/Dibujo.jpg!

Chiderer? Wink

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8steve88 wrote:
KaiserSosa wrote:
I am an admitted bit of a bit of a knife snob….

but that red & black Bee with the Enso pattern looks hella fine –

Whole lot cheaper and quicker than waiting 6-8 months to get my scales back from the youtube knife pimpers.

May be getting my first Enlan…thanks for posting

I have the black and white version, bought from Amazon because a knife that I ordered, a SanRenMu 738, went missing. For the refund I got the Enlan/Bee L01-1. Good value as are all Enlans. Gradual tanto shape blade, very sharp and easy to sharpen.
The 8Cr13MoV isn’t a top grade steel but it holds an edge well enough.

I like the look as well as the texture and grip of the scales, enough but not so much it hurts the hands. If this is your first Enlan then be prepared to buy more. Smile

Nice long & straight edge. Do you know how thick the blade is?

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Oops, 2.6mm it says on the product data Silly

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This month is spent up but I really like this Enlan,is this new to the Enlan line up?

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light junkie wrote:
This month is spent up but I really like this Enlan,is this new to the Enlan line up?

No, they’ve been about for a while now, I’ve had my eye on them for about 6 months so sometime before that. From the pictures I saw on dealers websites the black and white one looked more defined in the pattern so I bought that one, $18 from an Amazon seller in replacement for a SanRenMu 738 that went astray, no problem getting the money back so I bought the black/white one.
Looking at the pictures of the black and red one I’m getting to think that I need that one as well, the FastTech price is so much better for it that I could have got that and another knife as well.

EDIT…………… I’ve just gone to tie a Paracord lanyard for mine and noticed that they don’t have lanyard holes so a lanyard will have to be tied round the last stand-off.

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-That red/black enlan is a very old model, i like its looking but i must think it can have a less qc than new models from enlan. But for 10$ is one of the best options.

-Today the sanrenmu 605 has arrived!. I like a bit more than i thought, but it came nothing sharp at all!. It can be the baddest sharp i see on a chinese knife. It isn’t a problem but i like when the knives arrive very sharp.

-I think the harnds nyx is a good option too, but i hate serrated mix blades and the automatic opener… very illegal in Spain.

My reviews about knives: : http://chinese-knives.blogspot.com/

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xatu wrote:
-That red/black enlan is a very old model, i like its looking but i must think it can have a less qc than new models from enlan. But for 10$ is one of the best options.

-Today the sanrenmu 605 has arrived!. I like a bit more than i thought, but it came nothing sharp at all!. It can be the baddest sharp i see on a chinese knife. It isn’t a problem but i like when the knives arrive very sharp.

-I think the harnds nyx is a good option too, but a hate serrated mix blades and the automatic opener… very illegal in Spain.

Say the Harnds nyx is spring assisted?

Lj

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light junkie wrote:
xatu wrote:
-That red/black enlan is a very old model, i like its looking but i must think it can have a less qc than new models from enlan. But for 10$ is one of the best options.

-Today the sanrenmu 605 has arrived!. I like a bit more than i thought, but it came nothing sharp at all!. It can be the baddest sharp i see on a chinese knife. It isn’t a problem but i like when the knives arrive very sharp.

-I think the harnds nyx is a good option too, but a hate serrated mix blades and the automatic opener… very illegal in Spain.

Say the Harnds nyx is spring assisted?

Yes it is.

My reviews about knives: : http://chinese-knives.blogspot.com/