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Tuya Knives — we need a drop for them https://warrenedcblades.godaddysites.com/

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I picked up a Bruiser recently.
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It’s a damned good flipper. I’ve had it in my pocket on a few different days and feel like I can speak to why I think it is good ( I’ve known it was good since I first opened it, but would have struggled to tell you exactly why. Just felt good in the hand.) one reason: build quality is strong. Everything fits, nothing rubs or wobbles, edges are flush, blade locks up nicely. But these days that’s increasingly common. Another, less common reason: it is not small, but it is light. I’ve been playing with a lot of Chinese knives recently, and many of the pocket folders feature a very thick blade. Good for ruggedness, but heavy in the pocket, and bad for slicing or any delicate cutting. This blade is better proportioned, thick enough for what I want in a pocket knife, but not heavy or clunky. Likewise to the frame and scales. The real strength is in purposeful design. In a world of CAD and CNC, design elements are easy to come by, and some makers really load their knives up with design elements. Can seem a little busy. But when you study the Bruiser you see design elements that all seem to have purpose, like the subtle work on the flipper. If this were a review it’d be five stars. Looking at maybe picking up a Talisman or going for a Shuriken next. That Envy, though......... `
Yeah I've been meaning to get one of the tuya knives as Ltk raves about how nice they are.
Canadianedge
You won’t regret it
Hey guy’s, we would love to do a drop ! I haven’t been able to get ahold of anyone about doing one. I am the U.S distributor for Tuya and do wholesale and retail, plus warranty service. So let’s keep asking for Tuya ! They will eventually get with me lol 👊🏼⚔️
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haha thank you so much ! I love to see people’s responses when they get their first Tuya. Glad you enjoy them buddy, and I hope to get a drop soon !
DW1Tuya
Just picked up the Cebu. Wicked ergos. What can you tell me about the concentric bearings?
Here a proto they just came out with CEBU titanium clip color screw ,ceramic ball bearing color screw back plate
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Dirthole04
I like the looks of this one, but.... $90 for D2, g10, and a little bit of titanium doesn't seem like a screaming deal
Kavik
Definitely one of my favorite
Oh yeah,,I remember seeing this brand listed as a suggestion with Ruike and Bestech on Amazon. Looked like they used good materials; had a price above Ruike and below Rike, about comparable with Bestech. Glad to hear they seem to put them together as well as Bestech does.
Also looks like theyve taken a page from my favorite Chinese OEM, Kizer, by providing a nice zip up case (with the higher-end models, presumably). Its even a sort of camo like Kizer's pouches. The presentation box / cloth / pouch combo that come standard with the nice Kizers is one reason I love them. I wish ZT and Pro-Tech had half as nice packaging.
I'm up for trying them 👍 Preferably their cheaper G10/D2 first to get a feel for their builds, before considering their Ti offerings
Kavik
Yes I’m in also
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