Pros: Blade Material, Lock Ease of Use, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Pocket Clip, None
I have used this knife for over 1 year. It has endured a lot of hard use in wood prep for fires. cutting meat (salami, pepperoni, etc.) and wood carving. One thing I've learned overall is that despite the popularity, I have no use for pocket clips. The one on this knife is quite effective but no clip is comfortable in the hand with extended cutting; use a pocket or a sheath. The blade is ridiculously sharp and easy to maintain as it is a scandi grind. I dropped it and produced a nick that was easily removed with sharpening on different grit papers. I primarily use it for wood carving, general cutting tasks and when closed the sharp spine strike a great spark from a fire steel. You cannot ask for a better folder. It is well worth the price and when it is a choice between my Spyderco Endura, Rat Folder #1 or the Enzo I almost always choose the Enzo. You will too. Besides, it's scandi grind and too cool for bushcraft. Buy one and see if I'm not right. P.S. I'm right.