I think the most interesting Roxon tool is actually the KS, with just the knife and scissors. Though I would like to see a version without a tanto blade.
A multi-tool from Chamfun (mother company of Roxon).CM803
Well, it's not as good looking as the Storm, but it is another new design.
Well, there is a passing resemblance. That's so weird, though. Buck almost had a butterfly MT? That's cool and a shame. I've never seen it before, and maybe they haven't either.
Quote from: ReamerPunch on February 07, 2019, 12:10:21 AMWell, there is a passing resemblance. That's so weird, though. Buck almost had a butterfly MT? That's cool and a shame. I've never seen it before, and maybe they haven't either.I don't think it was popular or that Buck made many of them.
F301 is a fantastic tool indeed. I bought two when they had the polished steel ones(Firebird Chromium version) for $25 each. I still have one and magentus won one in a giveaway. Slick action and smooth plier deployment. I have an F201, but it seems like junk compared to the F301, because of the locks.I think the Roxon and F301 are similar in fit & finish. But, they are two dissimilar to go head-to-head.Good idea with the Ganzo sheath/bits for the Roxon. Ganzo sheaths are pretty dang good.
This kitchen scale is 8mm thick, and can hold up to 150kg.... This kitchen scale was thick, and made to hold the weight of a person, and it shattered quite convincingly.