Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Lock Type, None
Loved it Until I Pushed it too Far ):
Owned this for about 6 months. Carried it everywhere and used it constantly, and the blade held its edge like it was made for it! (oh wait, it was!) It's discrete, comfortable, sharp, functional, and opens fast and easy. I absolutely loved it until I took it fossil hunting and pushed it a bit too far. My fault completely, I was using it to wedge soft rocks apart when the torque snapped the tip off. Just not what it was designed for. Waiting for some cash to build up so I can grab myself a new one.Pros:-Opens quickly and smoothly-Fits perfectly in my hand-The handle is actually grippier when wet. Insane, but true.-Slim profile fits in my pocket discretely and comfortable-Perfect weight, enough to feel substantial but not cumbersome-I can shave with it out of the box, and maintaining the edge is minimal-Easy one-handed use/closing-Glass breaker works like a charm, is sturdy enough for other uses (like breaking open fossil rocks *cough cough*), and feels like a fast, nonlethal self-defense option to get some distance from attackers (untested, and hopefully remains that way)My gripes: -The opening action can be a bit too sensitive and it has opened in my pocket a couple times. Granted, I was sprinting around, climbing walls, falling off longboards, etc when this would happen. I fixed the issue by positioning it in my pocket in a way to block the blade from opening and problem solved.-The pocket clip is designed for right-handers only. Not ambidextrous.If you're looking for the perfect EDC, this is it.