Saturday, February 25, 2012

Ganzo 710 - Enlan EL01 comparison

I took some new pics for comparing these two beasts. :)
Although they are similar sized folders  the G710 carries deeper in the pocket because of its pocket clip position.
Check out the invidial reviews too: Enlan EL01
                                                       Ganzo 710

Enlan EL01 Ganzo 710
Blade length: 3.70" (94 mm) 3.74" (95 mm) cutting edge 3.54" (90 mm)
Blade thickness: 0.145” (3.7 mm) 0.145” (3.7 mm)
Blade steel:  8Cr13MoV (57-59 HRC)  440C (56-58 HRC)
Open length: 8.26" (210 mm) 8.26" (210 mm)
Closed length: 4.52" (115 mm) 4.6" (117 mm)
Weight: 5.43 oz  (154 g) 5.46 oz (156 g)
Handle: G-10 G-10
Handle thickness: 0.543” (13.8 mm) 0.523” (13.3 mm)
Lock: liner lock axis lock
Carry: right hand tip up right or left hand tip up

You can buy the EL01 at ***HERE***
Triangle pivot tool: ***HERE***

The G710 at ***HERE***

You can buy different versions of the EL01 at
                                             ***HERE*** (black handle & plain edge )
                                             ***HERE*** (khaki handle & plain edge )
                                             ***HERE*** (black handle & part serrated edge )
                                             ***HERE*** (black handle & black plain edge)
                                             ***HERE*** (black handle & black part serrated edge)
                                             ***HERE*** (rosewood handle & plain edge)

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  1. Hi,
    this might be a weird question but it would be really cool if it worked. Is Ganzo G710 blade compatible with G704 handle? Could you possibly check it for me?

  2. Hi,
    I doubt it would work because the pivot - stoppin distance is different.

    1. Yup, closer examination of photos revealed that it would require some tweaking of the blade to make it work properly. Seems hard but not undoable. Maybe someday I'll try, that would be a hell of a knife (I really dig my Rifts blade) ;)

      Thanks :)