(...)How are the scissors working on this one with thin stuff like plastic and paper? That has been a weak spot on other models. (Which is kind of annoying as they are otherwise very good).
Quote from: Vidar on February 23, 2018, 01:40:10 AM(...)How are the scissors working on this one with thin stuff like plastic and paper? That has been a weak spot on other models. (Which is kind of annoying as they are otherwise very good). Honestly, they are perfect for me. Thanks to they size are better then Victorinox for harder work and also I didn't notice any problems with paper and thin plastic.
I assume you are aware that this is not Swiss made but made in China with good QC and QA. (that is why they are not that cheap )I have something similar on order and should get it soon. As mentioned similar/same tools can be bought under the Sanrenmu SRM brand or Boker, but the thicker/larger models are generally hard to find.According to this site SRM and Ruike are owned by the same company, which explains the similarityhttps://trademarks.justia.com/owners/guangxi-ruike-outdoor-tools-manufacturing-co-ltd-3187461/However, Sanrenmu seems to belong to a different company..?https://trademarks.justia.com/owners/shenzhen-chn-technology-co-ltd-2964507/Good review
Ruike are the same people who make the Boker Tech Tools. The Ruike M-line is the same size as the Boker Tech Tool, but often with different tool loadouts. The larger knives are the LD designation. I have the LD51 and LD43 Rescue knife. Both are really, really awesome. The 51 has a great straight driver, the 43 has a great serrated blade and a carabiner very much like the Wenger Snap Shackle. The knives are put together with screws and easily moddable. Charles.