Knife Firebird F753M1 (Black, Green, Orange)
Description of the knife Firebird F753M1:
Firebird F753M1 also has all necessary qualities to become a faithful companion for its owner. It doesn't rust when you use the knife in wet conditions. F753M1 has 440C stainless steel blade. This material belongs to the number of corrosion resistant alloys. At the same time, this alloy has 58HRC hardness. So, F753M1's blade remains sharp for a long time. Dimensions of blade are universal:length - 89mm, thickness - 3.3 mm.The shape of the blade - clip-point. Firebird F753M1 has a smooth sharpening, this type of sharpening is considered classic and one of the most versatile. Another important point - blade finishing, F753M1 is made with help of satin finishing technique.
The two scales on the handle are mounted on both sides of a steel base. Firebird F753M1 handle is lightweight and durable. This features are achieved by using composite fiberglass. It is high-quality G10 material which is practically in no way inferior to the metal fortress, but weighs almost like an ordinary plastic. Moreover, F753M1 model comes in three versions. So, you can choose this knife in orange, dark green or black colors. Also, handle design includes lanyard hole and the opportunity to set the clip for carrying on a belt.
Firebird F753M1 is created with G-Lock. It is a robust lock design, which allows you to use this knife conveniently in wide range of situations.
- Pocket knife;
- G10 fiberglass handle;
- Rust resistant 440C steel;
- Satin finishing of blade;
- Plain sharpening;
- Blade length - 77 mm;
- Hardness of steel - 58HRC;
- Knife weigh - 81 grams.
- Warranty period is 1 year from the date sale of the item.
|Handle Color||Black, Green, Orange|
|Total Length, mm||210|
|Closed Length, mm||121|
|Blade Length, mm||77|
|Blade Thickness, mm||3.3|
|Knife Weight, g||126|
Knife Firebird F753M1 (Black, Green, Orange) reviews
perfectly ! all that is in the instrument is necessary and sufficient.
I have several Ganzo Firebird knives in my collection and I must say I was very pleasantly surprised to get the 753 in carbon fiber. It's a 3 inch blade that comes razor sharp right out of the box. While this is still a high quality 44c stainless steel, newer models have come out in D2. They are consistently upgrading their products, and now include ball bearing movement. I'm confident that there is not one company that can compare with Ganzo Tool and Die for high quality at a low cost. These knives are comparable to many high priced U.S. brands. Highly recommended!
Dear James, thank you a lot for positive feedback!