Drowsy Emperor: I wonder in how many more ways you'll pronounce SanRenMu :D
Major GLADIUS: Had this for a week now. So far, excellent for the 11 and change price tag.
RebelForce8: advertising chine crap.. ?
Artur K: I onw it and love it. There is no reason to carry a more expencive EDC. 10
years ago this would be the KOTY :)
Bezspiderjockey: U talkin to me fool
sk6mix: Sandman Roo....lol
Stoney Lonsome: Sanrenmu, not Sanranmu and they make great knives. I collect so, I buy a
lot of the higher end, American made knives- Benchmade, Spyderco, Kershaw
all the usual suspects. I picked up both the Sanrenmu 710 and 910 not long
ago in a combo pack, for like 40 bucks believe it or not. They've turned
out to be two of the best users I have, love the 910 for heavier work and
the 710 is a great edc. This company is underrated, they produce many of
the cheaper spydercos, they know what's up.
TheStig000: If you believe in IP law, you should be able to patent a hole in the blade
used as an opening device.
BrannDailor: DONT use the bottle opener. that lil "wave" snapped off of mine.
Roll Fizzlebeef: I also recommend the Ganzo 301, it's a multi-tool made with carbon steel
and 440C, it's Chinese made also. It's very high quality, $35 from
fasttech. Highly recommended from personal experience using this knife as
an electrician and during DIY tasks, it is a solid locking multi-tool, very
well built and very pretty to look at. It has Chinese markings on it but I
think it looks bad ass.
smoking420penguin: I see some cuts on your fingers.....bali flipping gone wrong? I get cuts on
my fingers all the time its just a sacrifice you have to make with flipping
facatube: I have this knife and IMHO for its price it can be bet. only modigication I
have done to it is to take out back plastic spacer ;-)
SinCitySeller: Thank you for introducing me to this beautiful and affordable blade.
Probably wouldn't have heard about it without this video.
cyclist01222: Good comment on knife grip. Most important is comfort and fit of handle in
hand. Jimping all over the place is secondary and less important. I never
loose control of my knife for lack of thumb jimping... only a poorly
fitting handle. I think jimping has been over hyped by some popular
reviewers and others just mimic this without much thought. With knife
firmly secured in hand there should be no problems with loosing control. I
rarely find myself needing to "dig my thumb in" for control. Nice job
zippoarmor: please do a review on the sanranmu 710 aka the poor man's sebenza
Tim Blankenship: I have 3 of these sanrenmu 763s. I got two of the aluminum and one g10. It
seems the g10 is discontinued, but still being advertised. The sellers just
give you the alum one when ordering. I kept them all but left bad reviews
on the sellers that did that. Still the knives have been excellent. Razor
sharp, smooth action, and solid lockup. All 3 are the same in those
dimensions. Only complaint about the knife is there is no space by the
thumb stud. So thumb stud flicking is harder.
Konban9vikar: I like my 763 a lot. It’s a nice utility knife to take fishing. Light
enough to clip to a shirt pocket and if you drop it in the water you’re not
out a bunch of money.
Tactical X-Rays: and when the thumbstuds are taaken of it makes a great legal knife in a lot
of countries, because one-handed opening with axis lock is not to be found
in any legal texts!
Lord Alex: I have had this Sanrenmu knife for a couple years. It is my favorite small
knife as of yet. I do not carry it on my person every day, but sometimes
carry it as a secondary or backup. I do keep it in my EDC backpack incase I
decide to stick it in a spare pocket, or I carry this when wearing a suit
or nice slacks as it is very small and light. Mine came very sharp, and
still to this day is smooth and has no blade play.
The1WhiteFox: I buy knives based on your reviews, not search for reviews to decide on a
knife. Therefore, even if there are a million reviews on a particular
knife, I don't see them because you haven't posted any. This makes me sad
because I may be missing out. I think you should review all your knives lol.
German Redneck: sanrenmu produces the spyderco tenacious line, they know what theyre doing
Xavier: If you like knives like these you should check out LazyLizardGear. He's a
great dealer for Sanran stuff. I've also gotten some similar quality Ganzos
and Bee/Enlans. The only thing I hate about these is attempting to
customize them. The tolerances are off just enough to be a bitch to work on.
fredde90210: hahahahahahahahahahaah you are a cool dude
mujari: so are switch blades, the blade just has to be under 2 inches -_- haha.
google "stubby balisong" i actually sent one to jeff with a benchmade spike
haha. dont pay more than 10 dollars for one. cause the blade was so small,
i closed my hand over it...only big knives for me now haha
darkReaper Knives: dangit!!!! I hate bees!!
jaruurmane: its kinda fun to watch your videos that are totally irrelevant to blades XD
Banana: I subscribed for you and I don't care what content you post as long as you
spyman73: i watch all vids
Dobrin Sabew: I EDC an enlan el04 and it's awesome. I'd compare it to My Tenacious if it
werent for the pivot screw.
MJFallout: While the 763 is really popular, it's still one of their cheaper cheap
knives. Ever so often Sanrenmu also makes knives that have yet better
quality, where somewhat better steels are used, and everything is yet a tad
better. What they made under the "Land" name was that kind, also the T08
(have it, love it) some better versions of the 913 and so on. But it takes
some diggin' around to find out what's what. Not at all accessible, for
someone who is not "into knives" Good, chatty review, Jeff.
Cason Cannon: You make the best vids ever !!!! Plz sub
Brandon Goad: Awesome vid!!!
AppealPlay: "If you like knives, you'll like this video." Right. As if people didn't
like knives. You so silly!
Evansmustard: Dude, pleeaaassseee review the CRKT Swindle! I don't know if i should get
it or not... but i really want it. If that makes sense?
Jake Knapp: I primarily use my Sanrenmu knives as work knives, and they've held up very
well. 763, 710, 704 - all great bang for the buck!
Bezspiderjockey: I am sorry if my last coment looked like me trying to addvitise i just want
to see you reviev this knife
Lineation: I wish I was weird...I'm always bored :(
Ngo Ngo: I subscribed to learn how to cut apples.
8steve88: I have one of these SanRenMu 763 Axis locks. I've had it about a year and
used it mostly for opening boxes and cutting Paracord, which it still
push-cuts with ease. Sharp out of the box and no issues at all. I believe
SanRenMu or Enlan/Bee have the licence to produce Axis locks in the Asian
market. There are a couple of other 763's, one tan coloured and one with
black G10 scales. Try to try an Enlan/Bee EL-04 MCT in black/green Micarta
or the G10 model they are larger and still very good value.
Yognaught Xedmos: i subscribed for you bro.
Austin Jacob: I watch almost all of your videos just not the hot sauce
Jorge Bustamante: enter sanmanru
godzillaunchained: Hey Jeff, I have the 763, but made the mistake of purchasing the black
aluminum scaled version. The problem with the aluminum vs your more course
FRN scales is that the aluminum is way too smooth, making this small knife
difficult to hold onto during nearly any kind of real world use. Otherwise,
mine works fine, fits in most pockets, and not so aggressive looking as to
be off putting. If I had to do it again, and I may, the one to get would be
the one that you have. Cheers. GZ.
SierraOscarLima1: I own about every Sanrenmu made, all are pretty good quality, some a lot
more than others. The GB4-704 is my favorite by far. My brother in law
loves the 763, it's his EDC. Good video, thumbs up.
sanantoniospurs9: everyone needs that grip because they still have KY on their hands
Stoney Lonsome: Oh, one warning with these knives though, they come apart easily but are
hard to get back together- at least the 710 can be. Had To clean mine once,
never do it again. Took hours to figure out how to get it back together
correctly. You have to hold both washers in place while sliding the blade
between the stainless scales then push the pin through, sounds easy, its
rcomplex: Big axis lock fan. I'll be picking one of these up for sure. Thanks for
posting this cheaper option.
Banana: :( For the grip.
zip_tie: ...He did a Ripple review a month ago.