Interesting, looks pretty robust and I do like the spring arrangement for the scissors and the pliers.I hope that belt cutter locks in place because I wouldn't want it folding in my finger
good job, any idea what the holes on the bottle opener are for?
I've got an L41 I wrote a review for, I'll post it later today. Glad to see someone else had tried the Ruike tools. (Image removed from quote.)Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
looks like good solid tool, built with quality and good materials. Thanks for the reviewEven though it has a pocket clip, it's really heavy. That's about a Wave weight, right?
Thinking about it, it reminds me a lot of the Boker Plus Tech-Tool
There aren't many reviews on their tools, I was looking for them a while ago but only found videos in German. I can't wait to hear your opinions after it get some more pocket time.
Here's a page with lots of pictures of Sanrenmu variants (scroll down). It seems there's a smaller keyring version too (the 6xx model numbers)http://www.cnccw.com/?product-2386.html
Quote from: Smashie on January 23, 2018, 03:20:43 PMThinking about it, it reminds me a lot of the Boker Plus Tech-ToolI believe Sanrenmu make these for Ruike as well as the Boker Tech Tools. There's a smaller version too. See also:Quote from: shibafu on August 17, 2015, 01:58:57 PMHere's a page with lots of pictures of Sanrenmu variants (scroll down). It seems there's a smaller keyring version too (the 6xx model numbers)http://www.cnccw.com/?product-2386.html
Great review Mons and a tool I had not really heard much about