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Ganzo G753-CF Review

Yes a budget (under $20) carbon fiber knife exists that’s pretty good. Enter the Ganzo G753-CF (Also called the Ganzo G7533-CF). For the money and it’s size it’s quite a good value.

If you are interested in purchasing please use my links below.

Amazonhttp://amzn.to/2kL02uO (More expensive but fast shipping)
GearBesthttps://goo.gl/gxXoSQ  (Least expensive but slow shipping)
DHGatehttps://goo.gl/K5Iwor

 

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Benchmade 940-1 Carbon Fiber Clone – Review & Comparison

Here is my review and comparison of a Benchmade 940-1 Carbon Fiber Clone. In short summary it’s the best clone I own. The axis lock isn’t as smooth as the real thing but other then that it’s really a solid piece.

As mentioned in the video here is the blog I first read about the clone https://goo.gl/PB8TMS

A link to purchase if interested https://goo.gl/J2CZ9o

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Klarus Mi7Ti – Review

I am a big fan of titanium products and have several from watches, knifes, flashlights, and even some titanium chopsticks. Seeing Klarus had a new light in Titanium means I had to have it. Here is my review of the light. It ‘s not perfect but has some nice features.

If interested you can purchase it below.
http://www.banggood.com/Klarus-Mi7-Ti-XP-L-HI-V3-700LM-AA-EDC-LED-Flashlight-p-1108182.html?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=cussku&utm_campaign=849734_1108182&utm_content=1517

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Olight H1R Nova Review

A few months back I reviewed the Olight H1 Nova, and have been enjoying the light. Now Olight has the new rechargeable H1R Nova headlamp. Below is my full review. It’s still a great light but is now magnetically rechargeable!

 

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Olight R50 Seeker Review

I have always wanted a “thrower” style light and something that uses a 26650 battery. Well the Olight R50 almost accomplishes both those goals. It uses an 26650 but and is kind of a thrower. The light has quite a bit of spill too however. Either way I quite like it and it fits in the hand super well. Watch my video below for a detailed review.

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Spyderco Delica 4 FRN VS Byrd Meadowlark 2 FRN

My first knife comparison video is something I have been wanting to do for a while. I have been collecting and carting a blade as a daily EDC for a couple of years now. Only recently during a sharpening session I came to the realization that these were such close siblings even though I knew they were. I decided it would make for an interesting video. Please enjoy and look for more knife related videos in the future.

 

To purchase see my links below.

Spyderco Delica 4 FRN – http://amzn.to/2j2kUwn
Byrd Meadowlark 2 FRN – http://amzn.to/2ix3YkB

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Olight S1A Limited Edition (Thunder Gray) Review

Olight

For me I found this light to be a great size for EDC. It’s smaller diameter in comparison to a CR123 light makes it easier to fit into the pocket. This still has the Olight pocket clip which some love and others hate. Personally I like the deep carry ability of it but it does get caught a little when placing back into the pocket. This light can run on 3 different battery chemistries and all have differing levels of performance and run time. Personally I would recommend running this off a rechargeable 14500 lithium based sell. Using this you get the best of both worlds in terms of it’s reliable so costs to operate will be low, and you also have the availability of 600 lumens in turbo mode. On a alkaline or NIHM battery you don’t have the option of turbo mode. Please see my video below for more details.

Overall I really like the light and can recommend it, I really like the fit and finish of this one too.

Here is a gallery of still images I took too http://imgur.com/a/ND1q3

 

If you are interested in purchasing the light, you can purchase it below.

Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ihCvjq
OlightStore: http://www.olightstore.com/limited-edition-flashlights/olight-s1a-limited-edition

 

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Olight S30R Baton iii Review

 

Olight asked me if I would like to review their revised S30R Baton iii and I said I would. This is a pocketable thrower style light powered by an Olight 18650 battery that in Turbo mode produces 1050 lumens. It’s a pretty nice light  but slightly longer than the Olight S2R due to it’s different lens design to give it more throw. For more in depth review with night run shots, check out my video below.

 
If you are interested in purchasing the light you can find it a the links below.

Amazonhttp://amzn.to/2h68h6L
OlightWorldhttps://olightworld.com/store/flashlight/s30r-baton-iii.html
GoingingGearhttp://goinggear.com/flashlights/olight-s30r-baton-iii-1050-lumen-1-x-18650-cree-xm-l2-led-flashlight.html

 

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