Sencut Citius Knife Review
I recently discovered the Sencut Citius EDC knife buried within Amazon, the same way I unearthed the Honey Badger and FreeTiger FT903. At the moment, you’re stuck with me since this is the only YouTube video review about the Sencut Citius pocket knife.
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SENCUT CITIUS knife specs:
Blade Steel: 9cr18mov
Blade Length: 3.3″ or 8.3 cm
Lock Type: liner
Deployment: flipper/thumb hole
Pivot Material: ceramic ball-bearing
Blade Style: drop point
Blade Finish: stonewash
Pivot Screws: T8
Blade Thickness: 3 mm
Blade Width: 0.80″ or 2 cm
Handle Length: 4.1″ or 10.4 cm
Handle Thickness: 0.47″ or 1.1 cm
Handle Scales: g10
Closed Width: 1.05″ or 2.6 cm
Open Length: 7.4″ or 18.7 cm
Weight: 2.51 oz or 71.3 g
Price: $40 or 33.7 Euro
Wearable Survival Kit EDC Wazoo Survival Bracelet Review https://youtu.be/PFhhrQlBRrM
School of Self Reliance reviews a Wazoo Survival Gear Minimalist paracord bracelet, but this is not your ordinary paracord bracelet- this specific product contains a feral rod), a survival whistle, fishing line (can also use for snares, traps, and suturing wounds), a needle, 2 fishing hooks, plastic tube (drinking straw), a metal tab (for signal flashing or sharpened for cutting or striking the feral rod)) and much more! You can purchase this Minimalist bracelet for $37.00 plus shipping at the Wazoo Survival Gear website. You can also purchase alcohol swabs, a mini-ceramic blade, ranger bands, and handcuff keys, or customize your bracelet in your own size, color, and gear (add-ons cost extra)!
Thanks to Wazoo Survival Gear in Houston, Texas for letting us do a product review of their fine product!
Photos courtesy of the Wazoo Survival Gear website.
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