The Ruike L11 Criterion is a pocket knife with multiple tools. A bit like a Swiss pocket knife, but not from Switzerland. It has a large, practical blade that can be opened with two hands, and doesn't have a lock. Just like the Swiss versions. But just built a little differently. The blade is made from Swedish Sandvik 12C27 steel. This is a stainless steel that is easy to sharpen.
The handle of the Ruike L pocket knife is made from black G10, which is a lightweight composite material made from fibreglass and plastic. It is incredibly strong and provides plenty of grip. This makes it a durable choice for a pocket knife that you'll use for years to come.
There is a tungsten carbide glass breaker at the end of the handle. This rock-hard material can break through any car window. In an emergency, you'll be able to quickly free yourself or someone else. What is less known but also very practical is that this sharp tip can be used for engraving. You can use it to engrave your initials into objects to make sure everyone knows they are yours, such as tools that sometimes get borrowed.
The last tool in this pocket knife is somewhat hidden: the tweezers. It protrudes slightly below the G10 handle next to the glass breaker. It's brilliant for removing splinters and similar.
Ruike L pocket knives: practical and versatile
The Ruike L pocket knives are the sharp equivalent of Fenix's L flashlights. Just as versatile and just as accessible. Ruike is in fact the pocket knife brand from flashlight manufacturer Fenix. You get the same reliability and construction quality, and still for an amazing price. These Ls are the perfect companions during hikes, camping trips, and DIY projects in and around the house. Many tools, in a relatively small package. Perfectly balanced.
- Pocket knife
- Glass breaker
- Pocket clip