Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Lock Ease of Use, None
Good Knife, But....
I bought this knife about a month ago. I have a 26 yr old camillus electricians knife I am putting away even though it is still in good shape. I bought this knife to replace it. The handle has good grip being G10, and the knife is lighter than my Camillus, but still has good heft. The main blade is shaving sharp out of the box and has a good thick backbone (i.e. the blade is not flexy like a filet knife). You also have the screw driver blade which is also a knife blade. Both blades lock, which is why I bought it. However, you can't depress the locks with your thumb. I have to press down with my thumb nail to get either lock to dissengage. I thought about returning it for this reason but I decided to keep it thinking it might break in. Now a month in, it has not. All this being said, it is a good knife, although I thought it could have been about $10 cheaper being made in China. On this site, look at Utica's Electrican knife. It is Made In U.S.A and cheaper than this one. It looks exactly like my old Camillus electricans knife. I am going to buy that one just for grins.