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Real Steel Knives E771 Sea Eagle Flipper 3.74" Sandvik 14C28N Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles - 7152

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Part #: RST7152 | Real Steel Knives
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RST7152: E-Series E771 Sea Eagle Flipper, Black
Real Steel Knives
The E771 Sea Eagle flipper by Real Steel is designed as an everyday carry piece with style. The 3.74" Sandvik 14C28N blade of the E771 is 0.14" thick with a brushed satin finish. The handle is made from black checkered G10 with a very ergonomic shape over stainless steel liners. The Sea Eagle is a scratch-resistant eye-catcher and ready for intensive use. If you are working with the E771, you will quickly notice the subtle refinements and superb action that make this a great value everyday carry blade.
  • Blade Length: 3.74" (95 mm)
  • Blade Steel: Sandvik 14C28N Stainless Steel, 58-60HRC
  • Thickness: 0.14" (3.5 mm)
  • Overall Length: 8.46" (215 mm)
  • Handle Material: Black G10
  • Weight: 4.21 oz. (120 g)
  • Made in China
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
Real Steel Knives E771 Sea Eagle Flipper 3.74" Sandvik 14C28N Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles4.625 (8 reviews)
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Real Steel Knives E771 Sea Eagle Flipper 3.74" Sandvik 14C28N Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles
4 out of 5
Aug 09, 2016
Pros: Lock Type, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: Overall Quality, None
Shirogorov inspired, with production minded innovations/adaptations.
A clear nod to Shirogorov's Model 95 Flipper and Tabargan designs, the sharp lines of the blade shape combine well with an ergonomic handle. As Realsteel's flagship EDC class knife, they put some thought into making it their own, as well as efficient for production. As such, the line between efficient and cheap production can be blurry, and I hope to describe my experience with this knife as objectively as possible so you can decide for yourself. Now for the relevant details. Lots of high points, a couple mids, and a low.High points:The knife came with a good sharp toothy edge able to shave arm hair, but not push cut receipt paper. Pivot is very smooth and flips fast with the right touch. Lockup is solid at about 65% with no blade play. Lockface angle is good to prevent it from walking further or wedging out. Plunge grind is a good short slope and symmetrical. Choil adequately covers plunge grind to prevent the secondary bevel from heel flair. Base of blade spine is radiused to match the stop pin for solid engagement. Steel liners are aggressively milled out for weight, but the liners themselves still have good thickness for a solid liner lock. Lock disengagement is comfortable thanks to scalloped chamfer and spacing. Ergos are excellent thanks to handle shape, grippy but not hyperaggressive G-10, chamfers, index finger groove and guard, and fantastic thumb ramp with positive jimping. Nice coarse stonewash on blade and frame. Swedish made Sandvik 14C28N is great quality steel that can be tempered to high edge retaining hardness while also providing excellent corrosion resistance thanks to Nitrogen content. One of my favorite affordable steels, and a great choice by Realsteel in my opinion.Mid points:Blade centering is good, with just a slight favor to the lock side. Retention is mild for a flipper, but still flips great without any wrist action after you get used to how she likes it. Can be light-switched or push-button deployed (actually a high point for me, but goes with the note on the detent). Low points:The pin securing the pommel end of the back spacer is loose on mine and rattles around inside when I shake the knife. If I press in on the end of the backspacer with my finger, it stabilizes the pin and stops the rattle until I deploy the blade again. The shock of the blade flipping open knocks the pin loose inside every time, and the rattle returns. Nothing else is loose, but the sound is annoying and makes an otherwise great knife feel cheap. Hopefully, mine just slipped past QC, and most of them are better, but I cannot say. Conclusion:I would recommend this knife if you can get it in hand, flip open and close the blade, and give it a good shake, or have someone do it for you over the phone, before purchasing. The high points of this knife are well thought out and often overlooked by other knife manufacturers. If they can get on the QC and customer service, I think they have real promise.
Real Steel Knives E771 Sea Eagle Flipper 3.74" Sandvik 14C28N Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles
5 out of 5
Traverse City, Mi
Feb 01, 2016
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
Real Steel - The Best Kept Secret
I received my knife in the mail today after receiving fast shipping. I recently purchased two other Real Steel knives (H6 and the H9 Takin) in addition to this Sea Eagle. The Sea Eagle does not disappoint in any way. It has a very simple but elegant look at first glance. The contrast between the black G-10 scales and the stonewashed liners is very cool. Fit and finish are excellent for this price point. Blade centering is spot on, lockup is rock solid, grind on the blade is even and sharp. The blade flips with ease and opens with a positive snap from the liner lock. I used to see the 14C28N blade steel on $60.00 and up knives from the US made Kershaws. To see it so well done on a $42.00 knife is amazing. No other knife company touches Real Steel at this price. All three of my Real Steel knives have very consistent workmanship with attention to detail that makes a quality knife. Never worry about buying one of these.
Real Steel Knives E771 Sea Eagle Flipper 3.74" Sandvik 14C28N Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles
5 out of 5
Jan 29, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Handle Feel, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: None
Another winner
I Bought this to see the consistency between models by RSK I have 2-t101, h6-s1, h6 plus and now the sea eagle. They are all perfect but the h6-s1, it has a slight flaw on flat grind near tip that is hardly noticeable at all. Other then that they are all great in fit and finish, blade pivots are super smooth(especially on t101 and sea eagle) the sea eagle is my favorite of them thus far and will EDC it. I am an avid knife collector with many BM and Spydie's in my collection and am still impressed with these RealSteel knives for the price. If I was to indorse a Chinese made knife, these are one of few I would at price point for sure. I say the Byrd Raven/crow2 are also great as I have both, but think the RSK might have an "edge" on them. They are not as good of fit and finish,grinds symmetrical, as my Ameican made Spydie's and BM but darn close and materials used seem to be very good. The sandvik they use seems on par to my Kershaw's so HT seems very good. Funny seeing this in my EDC drawer (cigar box) next to my other higher end knives, but I cannot argue with RSK success in making a high quality knife made with better then average blade steel, very nice g10, perfect blade centering and be as smooth as they are at the price asked!? A little alarming honestly in my opinion, as quality in general is dropping everywhere today and at this rate will surpass most if they don't pick up their game, again just my mho. I will buy another sea eagle with the carbon fiber handle for sure. And it is lighter then I anticipated and all were very sharp from factory. The sea eagle is more comfortable in hand then I thought it would as well, and the liners are aggressively milled out to lighten knife. Balance is a hair toward handle which is perfect for me. If this one stays on par with the others. It will be my favorite RSK so far.
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