Real Steel S7 Snow Leopard Folder w/ ELMAX Steel
Real Steel S7 Snow Leopard Folder w/ ELMAX Steel
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Product Description
Hailed as a super steel, ELMAX is created from a process of powdered metallurgy, delivering a great balance of edge retention, corrosion resistance, toughness, and dimensional stability—and it’s the point of focus in the S7 Snow Leopard from Real Steel. Measuring 3.5 inches long, the drop-point blade is suitable for slicing, cutting, piercing, and more Read More

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it-man
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Jul 14, 2017
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Umm, not a single person committed to purchase! Something amiss here.
Jul 14, 2017
crssvt
0
Jul 21, 2017
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I committed to it.
Jul 21, 2017
MoonStan
217
Jul 13, 2017
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I have this knife: excellent piece ! Fit and finish is flawless, feels really good in the hand. Not a small knife.
Jul 13, 2017
Illinois_knife_guy
241
Jul 11, 2017
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I can't believe this is not selling. Good company, outstanding steel.
Jul 11, 2017
Qball50
111
Jul 10, 2017
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I also have the original version with 14C28 knives steel.... but I paid $35.00 for it. Just because they upgraded the steel to Elmax doesn't justify the price for this knife!!!!!
Jul 10, 2017
bdpf
160
Jul 11, 2017
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You have a valid point on the price discrepancy, however the $35 price tag must have been sometime ago. The cheapest I had found mine was $43 about 8 months ago and now I can't seem to find it anywhere for less than $58 which I guess is their MAP. I am not a steel snob but for people looking for ELMAX, I am not sure there are many offerings in this price range. I am not interested in the upgrade but so far, I have 5 Real Steel knives and all have been of great quality for the price. As for customer service, they used a stronger loctite on my H6-S1 and I ended up stripping the pivot screw when taking it apart. I contacted them and they sent me 5 whole pivot assembly at no charge (I just paid the $8 shipping).
Jul 11, 2017
Do.4life
43
Jul 10, 2017
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Real steel is a company from China, however their higher end knives are real nice quality. They have excellent customer service when buying (higher price) from them. I was enquiring about what hardware was on one of the knives I was getting which led to them throwing in a FULL set of replacement screws, every screw used on the knife I have a spares. That really impressed me.
Jul 10, 2017
bdpf
160
Jul 10, 2017
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I have the regular version with 14C28 steel and it's a very solid built knife, I really like it. Not for those looking for a slender, lightweight knife as there is quite some weight to it and it's quite thick but if it's not a show stopper and you're looking for a solid knife and ELMAX, that's a solid offering. BTW, mine has no blade play in any direction often found on lockback knives, the lock is solid. You can also still flick the blade open with a slight wrist action.
Jul 10, 2017
JonasHeineman
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Jul 8, 2017
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Hey everyone - just a quick note regarding the "lock"...it will prevent the blade from coming open in a pocket, but you can still force the blade open if you pull with decent pressure. Everyone has been going crazy for Elmax steel, and I think this is otherwise a sturdy, comfortable frame wrapped around the blade - the lock issue wouldn't make me feel unsafe carrying it, but seemed to be worth noting.
Jul 8, 2017
ojinsa
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Jul 10, 2017
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Thanks for the clarification. For my purpose, I'm more interested in whether the lock performs when opened, rather than closed, which I assume is fine.
Where re is the knife made? I couldn't tell from the description or the photos.
Jul 10, 2017