Tuesday, January 22, 2019

New knife, folder & EDC tool deals at GearBest

ArtisanCutlery Archaeo titanium frame-lock flippers
with CF handle inserts, damascus blade and ceramic ball bearings:
You can buy the Archaeo (ATZ-1821GD) flippers at GB: ***HERE***
More ArtisanCutlery folders: ***HERE***

Save more with the "HQ4ZQFUXAZ" coupon in the Outdoors & Sports category.
Orders over $60 get 6% OFF.

ArtisanCutlery Archaeo liner-lock flippers
with G10 or CF handle, D2 blade and ceramic ball bearings:
You can buy the Archaeo (ATZ-1821P) flippers at GB: ***HERE***

! Flash Sale !
Compact titanium frame-lock flipper with D2 blade:
You can buy this folder at  GearBest: ***HERE***

! Flash Sale !
Titanium - CF frame-lock flipper with D2 blade:
You can buy this folder at  GearBest: ***HERE***

! Flash Sale !
Compact titanium frame-lock folder with D2 blade:
You can buy this folder at  GearBest: ***HERE***

Compact titanium frame-lock flipper with D2 blade:
You can buy this folder at  GearBest: ***HERE***

! Flash Sale !
Ganzo Firebird FH21 flipper with D2 blade and ball bearings:
You can buy the FH21 at  GearBest: ***HERE***

! Flash Sale !
Spyderco ROC style cleavers in black or orange:
You can buy the C177 ROC at  GearBest: ***HERE***

! Flash Sale !
Mini folder with D2 blade:
You can buy this folder at  GearBest: ***HERE***

Compact folder with D2 blade:
You can buy this folder at  GearBest: ***HERE***

Tanto kwaiken style flippers:
You can buy these folders at  GearBest: ***HERE***

CR Mnandi style folder with 440C blade and steel handle:
You can buy this folder at  GearBest: ***HERE***

Cleaver flippers with D2 blade:
You can buy these folders at  GearBest: ***HERE***

Mini EDC multi tools / pry bars / pliers:
You can buy these EDC tools at  GearBest: ***HERE***

21 comments:

  1. That Archaeo is on top of my wishlist. But damned, they still don't ship to my country. Their reply: I have checked this for you. Due to the limitations with the shipping method, unfortunately this product cannot be shipped to your country at this time.

    We will aim at improving this as soon as possible.

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    1. They revise their shipping policy / contracts time to time so it's only a matter of time I guess.

      I'm also contemplating ordering one of the G10 ArtisanCutlery folders. Probably the smaller variant of the Tradition.

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  2. https://www.fasttech.com/products/1901/10029427/9683857

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  3. Well, rub it in ;) The ArtisanCutlery Archaeo cf version is 29% off now. I wouldn't hesitate guys. Maybe I let it ship to my family in Norway. Or just get it out of my mind lol. The Schempp Tuff and XM-24 Hellfire (230 grams, I know) are coming in the mail today. That's really fast.

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    1. That's good news! The Archaeo has a quite unique appealing design for sure. It's interesting that the CF version of the Archaeo isn't more expensive than the G10 one like at the rest. Probably I'll pull the trigger and I'll also go for the CF one.

      Although it's not my cup of tea but the Zumwalt models are also on sale.

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    2. and please let me know about the Tuff and the XM-24 too! I've managed to resist the Tuff so far but that can change quite easily! :)

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  4. Nice indeed! I also like the Waistline and the Classic ATZ (nice oldschool design, reminds me a bit of the early Ganzo auto). Gearbest says it's uncertain they'll ever going to ship knives to my country. Strange, Dutch law isn't extremely restricted about knives (but still..prohibited: otf's, auto's stiletto's, ballistics like "Spetsnaz", double edged folders and folders > 28cm). So maybe it does have something to do with shipping contracts. But soit, still enough choice ;) It seems the Tuff is delayed but I expect the XM-24 within an hour. I'll let you know.

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  5. The XM-24 is spectacular! I ran some arrons while carrying and I didn't even notice it (ok a little bit, but it carries very well for 230gr). It came as sharp as the sharpest Cold Steel factory edge. Love it!

    https://deks76.blogspot.com/2019/01/sorry-rick-h.html?m=1

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    1. Wow! The XM-24 is a big boy! :)
      Kevin John should release a couple variants of the XM-18 as well.

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    2. The Classic with damascus blade and redish G10 handle is also on my wishlist. It looks so classy! :)

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  6. Besides the tri ad lock, I think those Hinderers (or ZT's) are the toughest folders on the market. They also most definitely need firm slabs of titanium. I'm glad they didn't mill it, and I don't say that often. Ok, axis is great, but those springs...Compression lock is great too. I only have one ball/spring lock (or whatever it's called), the Brother P'Kal: very good. But I have the most confidence in tri ad and Hinderer framelocks. I really don't think my life/fingers get lost with these. Or a fixed blade. I'm talking about hard use knives of course. I also love refined edc's ;)

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    1. The KJ XM-24 with that bead blasted frag handle looks quite serious. I wish they made the cheaper "M390" XM-18s the same style without that cheesy logo on the blade.

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  7. Ok, together with the Sage 1, the Schempp Tuff is by far the best Spyderclone untill now. Zero flaws. What a cool design! I really hope Jufule decides to make other high end clones. Awesome.

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    1. Do you mean THIS version of the Sage?
      How does the Tuff feel holding it in the hand? Is the weight acceptable?

      I received my Subvert clone. It's a big, bada$$ folder with an awesome blade! :) Its build quality is surprisingly good considering the price. The steel liners and the pivot screw got a nice matt grey bead blasted finish similar to the original.

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  8. Yup, that's the one. Great edc. The Tuff truly is a 1:1 clone. Even the steel seems remarkably good. In the hand it feels nice especially in choil grip. No hot spots. The weight is just fine. It has a thick blade, it feels like a folding kukri. Just like the Subvert I think. Are the liners milled? Really cool blade. I think I'll get one too. Also ordered an aluminium two toned Socom Elite today. I'm really curious about that one.

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    1. The Subvert also feels great in the hand and I love the blade design with that slight recurve. It can be opened easily by a thumb flick thanks to the bearings.
      Although the liners are not skeletonized it weights only 6.73 oz / 191 g (original: 6.2 oz / 176 g).

      The original Socom Elite is a much-praised folder so I'm curious about that copy.

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  9. Ok, that isn't really a big deal at that price point. I was hesitating between the stonewashed and two tone (black) Elite. I chose the black one because the screws, thumb studs and glass breaker are black too. I've only seen that on the original tanto version. And it's so tactically Microtech ;)

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  10. Hey Isti, do you know if that tiny Tanto Kwaiken is available in a standard size, too? I'd like the handle in Ti with twenty-something cm open length.

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    1. As I remember I also saw these on Ali in the same small size. I don't know about a titanium version.

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