Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard, None
The first time I seen this knife was when I was looking at knives on the internet. And Knife center had a review of this knife. I liked the look and description of the knife, but I didn't want to spend the money. And in fact the first time I seen this knife, I felt as though I already owed it. So a couple of days later I made the commitment and put in my order. And I am glad that I did. This knife is me. For a test, I tried to balance this knife on the edge of the blade in the first finger notch and after minimal trying, it balanced. ON IT'S EDGE!! It is a worthy knife, and one that will be at my side always. The weight, the overall balance is excellent, it is what a knife should be. Grant it....it only has a 3" cutting edge, but the fact that it seems to be part of your body is what counts. Also it has a "percussion" point on the handle (which isn't mentioned in the description) is very valuable in inflicting lots of pain in a concentrated point, and which also could break out glass in an emergency is understated. It isn't a big knife , but since it seems to feel like part of your hand......it is, it seems to be part of your hand. It feels like it belongs in my hand. It feels like a part of my hand. And I feel that is the most important thing about a knife. It needs to feel right...it needs to become part of you. And I will say ....this knife IS that.......a part of you. Cons:The only thing that I don't like is the sheath belt loop. It is spring steel which can break, and is a "cheap" belt clip. I consider something "cheap" when it breaks easily. Give us a belt loop or something that won't break, getting in and out of a car......Give a belt loop which not only holds a knife , but keeps it secure. One that will not break if you sit on it wrong, get it caught on something....etc....And by the way this has not happened with this knife, but it has happened with others, so I figure that the spring steel belt clip will be the only drawback to an otherwise excellent knife.