Pros: Lock Ease of Use, Ease of Opening, Weight, Sheath, Handle Material, Handle Feel, None
Cons: Blade Sharpness
Decent tool carried in a unique way
The pocket where I prefer to carry my cell phone is also the pocket I prefer to carry my pocket knife, resulting in scratched screens. I bought the Mantis MU-6 Cyclops so I could carry a blade with me but not have it in my pocket but I didn't want a traditional neck knife, mainly because I prefer to have it over my shirt and I want to be able to wear it with everything. The MU-6 fits this requirement perfectly.When I first received the MU-6 I initially thought someone forgot to put it into the box, the thing is VERY light, which is another plus for what I want to do with this blade. I quickly found that the mechanism was a little too loose and any decent bounce would open the blade. A quick turn with a tiny torx head took care of this and it hasn't backed out again yet.The blade is sharp enough for what I use the knife for, mainly opening envelopes, cutting random bits of cordage around the house, just a basic utility knife. It is not as sharp as I would prefer and I haven't yet tried to sharpen it. Being my first hawk bill knife and how much it curves, it won't be as easy to sharpen as my traditional pocket knife. One thing I am really disappointed in is that the knife must be open to reattach it to the bailout key. It is easy to do but I'd prefer the option to be able to reattach the knife to the bailout key with the blade closed.Bottom line, I find this to be a very useful tool that has a unique way of being carried. I don't feel that this knife is appropriate for a defense knife, but it is a nice addition to my everyday carry kit.