Pros: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Finish, None
Cons: Weight, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness
Good, But Serious Flaws.
I have carried this knife for about a month now and there are definitely things I like and things that I really do not like about the knife. Let's get the bad out of the way first. 1. The blade stock is way to thick for a knife of this size. I have always been a big fan of .25 stock but placed on a neck knife it is just not practical. You are never going to be prying crates, or knocking doors of of hinges with a knife this small (you should never do that to a knife anyways). 2. Because of how thick the knife is, the blade is not nearly as sharp as it should be and is too heavy for it's size. For me this is my secondary/emergency knife. I keep this knife in the small of my back for quick emergency type situations when you need quick access to a razor blade. This is not the ideal knife for that. It is sharp but not enough. 3. With the area I carry knives this small, the knife is not easily accessible or resheathable due to the finger holes. It has taken a lot of muscle memory to get used to the sheathing/unsheathing because my knuckles get caught between the knife and my pants making it very awkward to sheath it. 4. The finger holes are not very practical. They are awkward as well as not very comfortable for normal cutting tasks. If you ever had to use this knife for self defense (which I do not advise you do) the fingers holes may be an advantage in that it would be harder to be disarmed. Other than that, I would go with another knife if that is your mindset. Now, the positive, 1. Price. It is a great knife considering the other type of knives for under $40. 2. The edge taper is very pretty and the finish on the knife looks very sleek. All in all, despite my harsh critique of the knife, for the price it is nice. There are substantially better options that are not that far off the price range such as the Mojo X by TOPS. Like I said, this is a decent enough knife for it's price.