T3 Tactical Triage & Auto Rescue Tool
T3 Tactical Triage & Auto Rescue Tool
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Product Description
Spring loaded steel tip window punch 440C stainless steel hook blade/seatbelt and rope cutter LED light with replaceable batteries (battery included)/li> 1/2 serrated 440C stainless steel blade Stainless steel belt clip & heavy duty nylon belt sheath Blade length: 3.25 inches Read More

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nelson
5275
Jan 20, 2014
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Hey everyone, Happy to report that all the orders from the drop have been shipped out! Thanks again for the support guys, and please feel free to share your experience of the product with the rest of the group afterwards. If there’s anything else we can do to make your Massdrop experience better, just email us at support@massdrop.com :)
Jan 20, 2014
nelson
5275
Jan 17, 2014
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Hey everyone, Great news! Our order of the T3 Tactical Triage & Auto Rescue Tool has just arrived in our warehouse. Our warehouse staff are working on breaking down the bulk shipment and repackage them into individual orders before shipping them out to everyone. We are aiming to have everything shipped out today. Once your order is shipped out, you’ll be getting a notification email from us with shipment tracking information. Cheers!
Jan 17, 2014
nelson
5275
Jan 10, 2014
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Hey everyone, We have just been informed that our order of T3 Tactical Triage & Auto Rescue Tool has been shipped out yesterday. The shipment is estimated to arrive our warehouse on before end of the day on Jan 15th. We have already alert our warehouse staff about this shipment, so we should be able to process the bulk shipment upon arrival, and repackage them into individual orders before shipping them out to everyone very quickly. We are expecting to have these out to everyone before the end of next week. Cheers!
Jan 10, 2014
nelson
5275
Jan 2, 2014
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Hey everyone, We have just submitted our order of almost 50 of T3 Tactical Triage & Auto Rescue Tool with our vendor. Massdrop is a platform that helps members within the community shop together at wholesale pricing. It’s pretty incredible that we managed to get 46 people within the 7 days this drop had been active. Now that the bulk order has been placed, our vendor is preparing the order for shipment. In the meantime, we will also be preparing our warehouse to handle the reshipment of the product to everyone as soon as the order arrives. We are just waiting for confirmation on the shipment schedule from our vendor now, we will be sure to update again here once that’s available. Cheers!
Jan 2, 2014
fragamemnon
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Dec 30, 2013
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Would you ship to Bulgaria?
Dec 30, 2013
Stogius
10
Dec 29, 2013
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I'm going to venture a guess and say you can't. I emailed support twice, and haven't gotten any responses. Not even to tell me to go pound sand?!? UPDATE!! They canceled me and replied. Apparently they are behind due to the holidays.....
Dec 29, 2013
AllenY
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Dec 29, 2013
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Is it legal to be imported to Canada?
Dec 29, 2013
De4con
5
Dec 28, 2013
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How can I uncommit?
Dec 28, 2013
Nope
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Dec 27, 2013
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Knife collector here - Lots of weird misconceptions going on in this product discussion. Disclaimer - I don't own this knife, so I don't have any hands-on experience (unless Massdrop wants to send me one to play with *wink*wink*). But lets break this down with the info provided by Statgear's website.
First off, this thing is made out of 440C steel - this is already better than the Gerber Suspension that's being dropped at the same time. 440C steel is probably one of the most common steels being used in knives today. Kershaw, Spyderco, and Benchmade all have knives in their lineups that use 440C steel. It's not the hardest steel, but it's a good compromise between edge retention and brittleness, as well as ease of manufacturing.
A rubberized ABS coating does not make a bad handle. ABS is light, durable, and the rubberized coating should help you keep it where it belongs. Sure, some G10 scales would be nicer, but you'd probably be paying 3x's as much.
The extras - The flashlight is probably crap. It looks like it uses some sort of single coin battery and only one LED - according to the website, it's only 5 lumens. To give you an idea, that's about the same as a solar garden light - a 60W lightbulb gives off about 800 lumens. The seatbelt cutter is made out of the same steel as the blade - 440C, so no worries there (note: this is the same steel Benchmade uses for many of their rescue hooks, and I can tell you from experience that they're sharp as heck). The window breaker is simply listed as "spring loaded steel tip" - so it may not be 440C, but you don't really need it to be. A window breaker functions by putting a lot of PSI in a tiny amount of space. As long as this thing has a nice tip, it's probably going to do enough damage to crack a tempered safety glass. There's a demo video on their site showing the punch working quite well.
The website lists this at a 6.4oz, 3 1/4" blade length, 5" closed length knife. With the flashlight, I'm guessing it's probably on the fat side as well. With these dimensions, I'd consider this a medium-heavy carry. It's heavier than a blade-only knife like a Leek, lighter than a huge knife like the Adamas, and lighter than most medium-to-full-sized multitools. It'll probably be very obvious that you're carrying it.
The big questions about this knife should not be about the blade quality, because that's more than adequate. The questions should be regarding longevity and ease of use. How easy is it to draw out the various components? Do the locks feel secure? Is there any play? Those are the questions I can't answer because I've never EDC'd this knife before.
TL;DR - On paper, this knife isn't bad and it's not a horrible purchase at the lowest drop price. Component steel quality is good. Longevity and endurance of the tool are the only question marks.
Dec 27, 2013
Stogius
10
Dec 24, 2013
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Yeah, I didn't this time. Prolly made a mistake.
Dec 24, 2013
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