Knife Ganzo G713

Ganzo G713 knife is a budget option of the tourist folding knife with the combined blade of direct sharpening. This model will be of special interest for people who lead an active life and it also will be useful for an average person.

G713

$21.11

Description of Ganzo G713 Knife:

This model has length equal to 210 mm in active state, and 120 mm in folded state. Ganzo G713 has a drop-point type blade. The blade on one side is smooth with direct sharpening of cutting edge, and on the opposite side there is a section with serrated teeth that allows to use a knife for cutting hard, multilayer materials (string, for example). The blade length of this model is 90 mm, and thickness is 3 mm. At the same time, it is easy to handle.

The blade is made of high-alloy stainless steel 440C and it positively proved in many sectors of industry. With this steel, the blade retains sharpness for a long time and does not require sharpening. Finger grooves with textured sections on the surface of, allows to hold the knife comfortably, regardless of operating conditions.

The handle is made of ultra-high-strength plastic material G10 main advantages of which are resistance to many aggressive, chemical substances and insensitivity to temperature drop. Finger grooves with textured sections on the surface of the hand-hold allow a knife to be user-friendly despite conditions of use.

The handle has several open slots for attaching the string to them, through which you can attach a knife to the outfit. In addition, the handle has a special clamping clip using which you can fasten the knife to a belt, for instance.

Characteristics:

  • Blade is made of stainless steel 440C;
  • Comfortable ergonomic handle;
  • Blade locking;
  • Weight – 135 grams.

Warranty period is 1 year from the date sale of the item.


Knife Type Folding
Lock Type Back Lock
Blade Edge Plain
Point Drop Point
Blade Material 440C (58-60 HRC)
Blade Color Gray
Handle Material G10
Handle Color Black
Total Length, mm 210
Closed Length, mm 120
Blade Length, mm 90
Blade Thickness, mm 3
Knife Weight, g 135
Warranty 1 year

Knife Ganzo G713 reviews


A Ganzo User
December 16, 2016 04:12

I am a huge fan of lockback knives. So I had to get the G713. I really like the size and shape. But whoever designed that beautiful knife seems to have small hands. Removing the scales at the back end of the handle to expose the liners and make the knife look "special" was not a good idea. When holding the knife with a tight grip those liners cut into my pinky. Therefore I can't use the knife without gloves. Also the lockback should engage a little deeper into the metal to make it more robust and withstand more abuse. I would love to see a new Ganzo folding knife based on the G713 (I really love the overall design) without the skeletonized liners and a sturdy heavy duty lockback. I would definitely buy a couple of those.




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Description of Ganzo G713 Knife:

This model has length equal to 210 mm in active state, and 120 mm in folded state. Ganzo G713 has a drop-point type blade. The blade on one side is smooth with direct sharpening of cutting edge, and on the opposite side there is a section with serrated teeth that allows to use a knife for cutting hard, multilayer materials (string, for example). The blade length of this model is 90 mm, and thickness is 3 mm. At the same time, it is easy to handle.

The blade is made of high-alloy stainless steel 440C and it positively proved in many sectors of industry. With this steel, the blade retains sharpness for a long time and does not require sharpening. Finger grooves with textured sections on the surface of, allows to hold the knife comfortably, regardless of operating conditions.

The handle is made of ultra-high-strength plastic material G10 main advantages of which are resistance to many aggressive, chemical substances and insensitivity to temperature drop. Finger grooves with textured sections on the surface of the hand-hold allow a knife to be user-friendly despite conditions of use.

The handle has several open slots for attaching the string to them, through which you can attach a knife to the outfit. In addition, the handle has a special clamping clip using which you can fasten the knife to a belt, for instance.

Characteristics:

  • Blade is made of stainless steel 440C;
  • Comfortable ergonomic handle;
  • Blade locking;
  • Weight – 135 grams.

Warranty period is 1 year from the date sale of the item.

Knife Type Folding
Lock Type Back Lock
Blade Edge Plain
Point Drop Point
Blade Material 440C (58-60 HRC)
Blade Color Gray
Handle Material G10
Handle Color Black
Total Length, mm 210
Closed Length, mm 120
Blade Length, mm 90
Blade Thickness, mm 3
Knife Weight, g 135
Warranty 1 year

Knife Ganzo G713 reviews


A Ganzo User
December 16, 2016 04:12

I am a huge fan of lockback knives. So I had to get the G713. I really like the size and shape. But whoever designed that beautiful knife seems to have small hands. Removing the scales at the back end of the handle to expose the liners and make the knife look "special" was not a good idea. When holding the knife with a tight grip those liners cut into my pinky. Therefore I can't use the knife without gloves. Also the lockback should engage a little deeper into the metal to make it more robust and withstand more abuse. I would love to see a new Ganzo folding knife based on the G713 (I really love the overall design) without the skeletonized liners and a sturdy heavy duty lockback. I would definitely buy a couple of those.



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