Pros: Handle Feel, None
Cons: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness
Good thing I got it on sale...
TL;DR Don't buy this knife, the quality is very poor, it is comes DULL. There are better budget blades out there.I saw this on sale for $28 from its original $44 price, so I figured I would give it a shot since I liked the blade shape. Sadly, even at $28 it wasn't worth it. Pros: Comes in a nice box and comes with an allen key to take the pocket clip off. This is really nice, and I wish more knives would include this. Also, the handle is well shaped and fits well in the hand and the lock up is solid.Cons: Everything else. The handles are G10, but they have a strange smooth finish, which is anything but grippy and is in fact rather slippery.The pivot on my knife is particularly tight, and even after opening and closing it over the course of a few days it has not loosened. It appears that it could be loosened by the allen key, but the pivot screws are so badly forged that the allen key wont fit into either side. Because of this the flipper does nothing, and the knife has to be opened with the thumb studs. The flipper might work if your pivot was looser, but I cant say.Overall, all of the metal on the knife is 'rough', as is the quality of the finish. The finish is scratched and blotchy out of the box. I know the knife is made in China, but this is bad even for that. Finally, and worst, is the fact that the blade of this knife came DULL. Not 'not sharp', as many budget knives come but DULL. I have purchased crayons with a sharper edged than this knife. This is bad on any knife, but it is practically criminal on a blade shape this is this hard to sharpen.