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Outdoor Sanrenmu SRM Multifunction Tool Folding Knife Pocket Knife T01a

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  • ASIN: B006YAFF6E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,791,514 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I stumbled across this little knife somewhere. I've been looking for a small "rescue" knife with a blade under 3in. I specifically wanted a seatbelt cutter and window breaker. This has both and they seem reasonable. I think the window breaker has a harder-than-just-steel tip, although I haven't confirmed. And of course the blade works out the about 2.8 in.

I actually bought this and the "second generation" of this knife, which is also sold as the Boker Magnum First Responder. (My vague understanding is that these folks make the knife which Boker buys and then sells as the First Responder -- at some point these folks decided to sell it themselves as well.)

T01a has a mildly longer blade than the "First Responder," serrations, an "AutoLawks"-style locking mechanism, thinner handles than the First Responder, locking tools (the bottle opener/screwdriver and the seat belt cutter) and a narrower window breaker.

The First Responder blade differences: FR has a smooth blade, narrower blade (perhaps 1/8 vs 3/16 or 1/4 in) and mildly shorter blade (2.75 in vs 2.83) than the T01a. The FR has a leaf-shaped blade (although this is of course clear from pictures of the two). The handle of the First Responder is a bit thicker than the T01a, which I don't prefer. The FR *doesn't* have the AutoLawks-style double liner lock, and its tools do no lock open. The tools also have a thumb stud, which the T01a does not. The screwdriver is replaced with a can opener -- I actually wish I had both, since I've found myself needing to open cans randomly in my life, sans can opener. Ah well.

At the end of the day I have a preference for the First Responder. However this is still a soliud, sturdy knife.
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