Handy little knife.
Solidly built knife. Blade and handle locked together well. Blade sharp and ready for use, having the single bevel bushcraft grind. Spine of blade has the same thickness as the one eighth inch Condor Bushlor knives, and does not bend easily. Rounded handle fills hollow of palm, and is comfortable. Guards at front and rear of handle assure that the knife isn't leaving your hand. Grip texture sticks to the skin reliably, containing hundreds of hard, rounded, closely spaced, plastic protrusions, cut into the handle. I did experience a couple disappointments. The one piece, hard plastic sheath doesn't appear to attach to any kind of belt that I own, but might thread through a thin and narrow canvas belt, like a boy scout would use. Fortunately, the knife push locks into the sheath, and pull releases without extreme effort, also preventing the knife from rattling within. The other issue I had, which at first was alarming, but now understandable, considering the price, was that no effort was made to polish the blade, aside from shine of the grind. The spine surfaces are rough and splotchy, and seemingly untouched, as though the metal was merely allowed to cool before it was sold. Overall, I would say this knife is worth every cent, even without the sheath. I would be more likely, now, to buy a knife that was made in Finland, this being my first.