Knife Ganzo G716
Description of Ganzo G716 Knife:
G716 knife shape is designed for easy handling, and its handle of G10 ribbed fiberglass allows to secure it in your hand. The knife handle has a special finger groove. Ganzo G716 can be used even with wet fingers.
Steel 440C is used as blade material. It is consistently recognized as a quality and reliable material. G716 knife is designed so that even in extreme situation one could get the knife ready even using one hand.
G10 fiberglass is very resistant to temperature increase, physical action, chemical reaction, it is also non-toxic and absolutely safe for human health.
Ganzo 716 pocket knife will be useful during vacation, tourist walk, hunting, on the road, on the beach or simply at home. A sharp and portable knife will be appreciated by those who lead an active life or just want to be ready to any situation.
- Small size will allow to keep a knife always with you;
- Special clamp on the handle allows to attach G716 to the belt;
- Due to small weight (145 grams) a knife will not bother you when it is not used.
Warranty period is 1 year from the date sale of the item.
|Total Length, mm||210|
|Closed Length, mm||120|
|Blade Length, mm||85|
|Blade Thickness, mm||3,5|
|Knife Weight, g||145|
Knife Ganzo G716 reviews
I own 6 ganzo knives. This is my favorite. It has grippy g10 like i love, great blade shape and size, and the axis lock is easy to disengage (thank you finally ganzo got it right) ! Please if you are on the fence about this knife you should spend the money and treat yourself to an 80 dollar knife for 17 dollars. Of course there are some people who wished it had some amazing steel but i think that the 440c is tough and holds a great edge. I have found that ganzo sharpens at around a 50 deg angle, (25 deg inclusive) which is weird but i can get it freakin sharp- and it came sharp too.
Nice,well engineered knife!I broke the blade of mine by hitting it with a hammer,but this should not be done to any knife...now i will buy another one :) What is the differebce between axis lock and G-lock?
Thanks for your comment! The difference between Axis Lock and G-lock is in the supporting spring inside the lock mechanism.