Saturday, April 20, 2013

New folders at EXDUCT: Ganzo G714 and G715


Ganzo G714
(stock photo)
Details:
Blade length: 3.4" (87 mm)
Blade thickness: 0.1" (2.5 mm)
Blade steel: BRD 4116 Stainless Steel (57 HRC) 
Open length: 7.87" (200 mm)
Closed length: 4.5" (115 mm)
Weight: 4.05 oz  (115 g)
Handle: G-10 with steel liners
Lock: liner lock
Carry: right hand tip up


You can buy the Ganzo G714 at Exduct: ***HERE***
Use the following coupon codes HERE to get a discount.

You can also buy it at Fasttech.com: ***HERE***

Ganzo G715
(stock photo)
Details:
Blade length: 2.8" (71 mm)
Blade thickness: 0.118" (3 mm)
Blade steel: 440C Stainless Steel (58 HRC) 
Open length: 6.85" (174 mm)
Closed length: 4.1" (103 mm)
Weight: 3.52 oz  (100 g)
Handle: aluminium with G-10 inserts
Lock: axis-lock
Carry: key ring (no pocket clip)


You can buy the Ganzo G715 at Exduct: ***HERE***
Use the following coupon codes HERE to get a discount.

You can also buy it at Fasttech.com: ***HERE***


2 comments:

  1. The G714 is a clone of the Land GB-901A.

    Unfortunately they forgot to get rid of the design flaws.^^
    The lock bar ends in an protruding tip, handle and spine of the opened blade also produce a little annoying bump (right before the jimpings) and the clip could have been put into a better position, if there wasn't a lanyard hole (would have been smarter to use a clip design that doesn't interfere with the lanyard hole anyways).

    I wonder if ThyssenKrupp gave them some instructions on how to harden 1.4116 - otherwise it will be the same lottery as with the so called 440C that Ganzo uses for most of their knives.

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  2. I love the look of that 715, def going to get one.

    -aaron

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