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Pros: None
Cons: Weight, Lock Type
Not Impressed For $$$
I love Benchmade I have an old PCC 3" blade, 42, 46, 41SS, Morpho 51, Morpho 32, Bradley Mayhem. While this trainer is far far better than others I have tried for $30 or so. I was very disappointed. But I'm a fan of the 42 so they've gone backwards in my opinion. The balisong is heavy, which is to be expected with steel, but my 41SS is steel and I feel it flips better. Stays on my finger a better for chaplins/rollovers. Just feels smoother and a little better balanced. Oh and just to mention if someone is coming from 4x, the handles aren't channeled, which doesn't bother me, but again made me question $$$ The latch is annoying, the latch on the 4x were really nice, and I love the latch on the Morpho 51, best latch by far I've come across. I was really annoyed for over $200 the latch was just a standard T with no spring. Basically I think its worth $100-$150. But I end up just taping my blades with electrical tape, while my trainer sits in the drawer. Everyone once in a while I enjoy flipping a heavier BM but I normally go to my 41SS.
5 out of 5
Mar 30, 2015
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
BM 62T
What can I say its a benchmade
5 out of 5
Dec 07, 2013
Pros: Handle Material, Overall Quality, Handle Feel, Weight, Ease of Opening, Lock Type
Cons: None
You can always count on a Benchmade
I absolutely love this trainer. It flips easy and smooth. The heavy weight makes it easy to learn new tricks. If you're looking for a good quality balisong trainer look no further. The Benchmade model 62T is all you need. The only con is that the hardware isn't loctited. So keep an eye on the screws or just use some blue loctite I have never been disappointed by a Benchmade knife, I will always be a fan of there products
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