Ganzo Knives are (rightfully) ruling the budget knife segment as of now, and there is one reason for that IMO - value. They may not be the cheapest (Sanrenmu) or the perfect quality ones, but their value is undisputed. And yeah, they put their own logo on the blades and try to make a design a little different, so that plays in their favor.
But now there is a new kid on the block. Harnds have been around for a while, but never did anything that will step them up from other budget blades (Enlan, Inron, Tonife, etc), until now.
They actually took the time and designed a flipper knife from scratch, that features rounded G10 handles, ball bearings in the pivot and AUS-8 on the blade. I also appreciate their honesty (cause they didn't just put D2 mark, like many do these days), and if they heat treated it right, it can perform very well.
Anyway, I just ordered one from GearBest (they are having a flash sale for only $27.99), and will do a review when it will reach me.
You can check out the knife here: Harnds Talisman
Check out Harnds Knives on Amazon: Harnds Knives