Real Steel S7 Snow Leopard Folder w/ ELMAX Steelsearch

Real Steel S7 Snow Leopard Folder w/ ELMAX Steel

Real Steel S7 Snow Leopard Folder w/ ELMAX Steel

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Umm, not a single person committed to purchase! Something amiss here.
it-man
I committed to it.
I have this knife: excellent piece ! Fit and finish is flawless, feels really good in the hand. Not a small knife.
I can't believe this is not selling. Good company, outstanding steel.
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!!!!!
Qball50
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).
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.
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.
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.
JonasHeineman
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.