Latest Knives, Pliers in Chinese Market.

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Just got some CRKT Ripple K415KXP from SRM factory,

it really feels good when you holds it. 75g is the perfer weight for EDC knife for me

open and close smothly.  waved handle bring you better grip, which makes you feel safe.

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My friend just bought one! It opens beautifully! How much for the ripple?

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That Ripple looks really cool!

Does it come with the IKBS ball bearing system? 

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yes, it is opens really very smoothly.

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How much does the ripple cost?

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Recommended EDC Pocket knife

I tried myself, this knife is extremely sharp,

 

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Disassembling could be tricky with those weird screws.

Why can't they use simple torx screws?... 

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Another question – plenty of knives here, I wonder whether in this whole thread there are some nice Chinese folders that have their own, so to say, original design and not just some copycats or wanabe models?
This thread is full of knives, but which ones are the real deal when it comes to original desings?

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I see hes been away from here for quite some time, anyone ordered/had any communication with him or his shop during recent weeks/month?

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vēer wrote:
I see hes been away from here for quite some time, anyone ordered/had any communication with him or his shop during recent weeks/month?

Yes ordered several knives from David recently, he now holds the record for my shortest delivery time from China also Smile Good seller, ill often pay a dollar or 2 more to buy from him than other AliExpress shops
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Good to hear that, I sent him PM yesterday, hope he finds time to answer to it soonish Smile
It seems he hasnt been here since early june, thats why I was asking.
Thanks ;)!

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http://42.images22.51img1.com/6000/ashuang0731/2804dac8cc5596dedc5e7dd11...

a classice shapped lock back folding knife. polished G10 Handle.
I am glad to see the overall finish of this knife is better than other knives from Navy.

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thank you

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Hey, why has this thread stalled :D?

BTW, Ashuang, I have a question – why do some of the Ganzo G series tools come with GanzoTool written on pliers while others from the same model line come with Stainless CR2 written on pliers?

That seems odd because so far only lower quality OEM Ganzos used to have those Stainless CR2 markings on plier heads…

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for the G series (like the big one as G201 201B, 202, 202B)
Ganzo do them for their own brands
but for some small pliers(like the G101-S) as you can see, there is no Ganzo on the pliers itself.
but come with a ganzo paper box and sheath.
this pliers are OEMS orders.
that it why some G101-S comes without a small keyring for edc carry, and some has .

by the way, Sanrenm will do some fixed blade in the near future (not will not come at Sanrenmu’s brand to avoid problem .

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isti242 wrote:

Disassembling could be tricky with those weird screws.

Why can’t they use simple torx screws?… 

I don’t understand that too

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ashuang0731 wrote:
by the way, Sanrenm will do some fixed blade in the near future (not will not come at Sanrenmu’s brand to avoid problem .

Oh, this is good news! But do you know what brand it will have?

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Darn, I really like that one but it doesn’t appear to be available any more.

Just have to say that I have bought from Hellogiftshop on both Ali and eBay and he provides excellent service. (just bought an Inron MY801 for myself and three little Tekut knives to onsell, I try to make my knife hobby self supporting)

We have rather more liberal knife laws in New Zealand than other places. We can import any folding knife up to 10cm without issue although ixnay on full automatics and balisongs (to be honest I can’t see them being much faster than my EL-01 flipper) and we can apply to the police to import knives over 10cm or other prohibited knives. Even our customs are lenient, as we don’t have to pay import duty (15%) until the package value exceeds $400NZ. If I ever order that 3D printing machine that I have my eye on that might become an issue.

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Just bought a K607. Really like the little Tenacious like blade.

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