Ruko High Visibility Folding Knife - Liner Lock, Oxide Finish
About Ruko High Visibility Folding Knife - Liner Lock, Oxide Finish
Specs about Ruko High Visibility Folding Knife - Liner Lock, Oxide Finish
- Knife style: Folding
- Blade shape: Drop point
- Edge type: Plain
- Blade length: 3-1/4"
- Closed length: 4.75"
- Open length: 8"
- Number of blades: 1
- Lock type: Liner
- Blade steel: 440A stainless steel
- Handle material: Rubberized aluminum
- Weight: 3.8 oz.
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
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4.391891 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 74 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Great knife for the price
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rocky from Virginia on Saturday, June 30, 2018
Yes you might have to tighten screws and put Locktite on them but for the price, it is a great knife that actually holds and edge after sharpening. The handle very grip-friendly with non-slip material and without hotspots.
Perfect little utility knifeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Kris from MN on Thursday, July 26, 2018Works great. I love the color - easy to find when needed. Operates smoothly. I do wish it had a better way to attach it to a dive jacket, life vest or other outdoor clothing though
knifeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Max from Il on Wednesday, July 4, 2018nice knife
Great knife for the priceVerified Buyer Reviewed by Rocky from Virginia on Saturday, June 30, 2018Yes you might have to tighten screws and put Locktite on them but for the price, it is a great knife that actually holds and edge after sharpening. The handle very grip-friendly with non-slip material and without hotspots.
Not worth the moneyVerified Buyer Reviewed by Cburch1990 from Maryland on Friday, June 15, 2018Knife if hard to open one handed
cheap steelReviewed by craigerino from lost angeles on Friday, June 8, 2018Doesn't hold an edge like my Gerber. But as a secondary knife and my constant sharpening skills and the price, it's OK
Ruko folding knifeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Jack from NW Wi. on Tuesday, December 12, 2017Good quality knife. Main use for me is a back-up hunting knife. A little dull, but sharpened up well.
KnifeVerified Buyer Reviewed by Orang19 from West Virginia on Monday, November 27, 2017Bought as a stocking stuffer. Nice little knife.
I can't believe Sierra Trader SELLS theseVerified Buyer Reviewed by John disgruntled buyer of cheaplely made Fila Socks from N.C. on Thursday, November 23, 2017I got the EXACT same knife 10 years ago for buying a pair of 5.11 trousers. I does not hold a edge. It is Chinese [...]. The tip will break if you use the knife for cutting air. The description should read "WARNING! CHEAP CHINESE [...] KNIFE"
Good for the MoneyVerified Buyer Reviewed by Medic-G from Virginia on Tuesday, November 21, 2017Decent knife for the money. I purchased one on a 25% off sale to carry when I go hiking due to the high visibility color. Ended up buying a second one on another 25% off sale to carry in my bag on the ambulance. Took a few minutes to put a little sharper edge on them and they were good to go. The handle is a little rubberized to help with the grip. Like I said, decent for the money.
Awesome DealVerified Buyer Reviewed by Billy from Ohio on Sunday, November 12, 2017Purchased this knife to reach free shipping level. Turned out to be an awesome knife. Even better than I expected. Not only is the color vibrant, but the feel of the handle is almost rubber coated. Very nice. Not sure how sharp it is, since I mainly use it to cut open packaging, but it hasn't let me down yet.
Question & Answer
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“How do you close this knife?”
You have to push the blade lock to the side. It is a little ridged piece of metal in the sheath at the base of the blade that you have to push to the side to close the blade. If you are holding the knife in your right hand, you would use your right thumb to move it aside.
Here is a link to a short video that will show you how to close your knife. It is a different knife, but the same style of lock.
In the forefinger grip, there is a serrated lever that moves to the side, and best actuated by your thumb. This requires a changing of how the knife is gripped, but is a natural movement that should be easy to learn. The high visibility neon green/yellow makes this easy to find in a glove compartment, if even needed to cut a seat belt in an emergency.
Liner lock, serrated in recessed thumb hole. This is a well made knife.