Folding knife ESEE Zancudo Folder new knife market in 2013. Conceived and designed by the fairly well-known Jeff Randall (Jeff Randall) and Mike Perrin (Mike Perrin) from the company ESEE KNIVES which until February 1, 2010 was called RAT Cutlery. Among their works are the knives already mentioned on the site: RAT Folder Model 1, IZULA, RC-4.
Folding knife ESEE Zancudo Folder, Orange Handle, description, device, overview and impressions of work.
In addition, Jeff Randall and Mike Perrin have been instructors for over seventeen years and have taught at their own jungle Randall’s Adventure and Training School. Perhaps for this reason, in the design of their knives, functionality always prevails over form.
The Ontario RAT Folder Model 1 holds an acceptable cutting edge for an acceptable length. It is easy to correct and grind, has good corrosion resistance, is well balanced in its qualities.
The handle of the ESEE Zancudo Folder folding knife 10.2 centimeters long is formed by two steel dies and one lining of colored nylon with a non-aggressive notch. There is a bore hole. The frame-lock type lock is part of the handle and provides reliable fixation of the blade both in open and closed, due to the ball pressed into it, condition.
belts up to 4.5 cm wide and, if necessary, are well fixed on two rows of MOLLE-type fastening systems.
kindling for a fire, to clean a couple of branches for skewers, cut a light snack and the like it is always welcome. Something more complicated or laborious will have to get your main knife.
At the same time, with regard to the actual cut, the ESEE Zancudo Folder folding knife has complete order. It will be a great, almost perfect, everyday (EDC) urban folding knife. Its size and weight only contribute to this. Not thick, but not too thin, with a good geometry and well-calculated thickness of the cutting edge leads, the blade of the ESEE Zancudo Folder folding knife will be very good for working on products and for burdensome small urban tasks. Well, maybe sometimes the blade’s length is not enough to evenly cut a loaf of bread.