Pros: Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Weight, Overall Quality, Finish
Super sharp small fixed blade
Some knives arrive razor sharp but this one was beyond that. Really scary sharp from the factory. (I once saw I Youtube clip with a Fallkniven knive where someone spliced a hair!) It also holds an edge for a long time.This is one of the best small knifes I own. Very lightweight. I own a lot of knives and this was my primary fixed blade EDC for a couple of years. (I have know switched to a bigger Fallkniven KK and a Cold Steel Mini Hunter). The knife is made of quality materials and craftsmanship. The blade configuration, full tang and true convex grind, make the knife super strong. A convex grind has a small disadvantage, and maybe this is just me, but I find it a bit difficult to sharpen. And to be really good at it you need a lot of skill and practise. This has been advertised as a knife for women and a small survival knife and as such it is very hard to beat. The handle is >10cm long and offers a good grip in most hands. Unfortunately it is tad to thin close to the butt for a perfect grip in my hands. The thermorun material of the handle is really nice but unfortunately, on this one, completely smooth thus offering less friction and would benefit from some kind of friction pattern.The sheath is very good. It is small, strong and lightweight and makes it possible to carry the knife on you belt, around your neck with handle either pointing up or down, or in your pocket.If you can afford the money it is very hard to go wrong with this knife. For some people (with smaller hands) this could just happen to be the perfect small knife.