Pros: Blade Material, Lock Type, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Handle Material
Ceramic, NOT MAGIC
To put it as simply as I can, partly in response to some of the lower reviews: This is a ceramic, explicitly non-magnetic folding knife, so it naturally performs differently from rugged HC steel blades.The blade is sufficiently sharp, if not the sharpest thing in one's arsenal, and will keep its edge quite well if treated with a little extra care. Ceramic blades in general are more fragile than typical cutlery steel blades, are more prone to chipping, are less flexible, etc. THIS particular blade seems to perform as well or better than several other ceramic blades I've used, and is easier to resharpen with a fine or ultra-fine diamond hone. Added to this fine blade is a sturdy titanium handle with a smooth action and a solid lockup.All together, you have an above-average, anti-MC folder for a price that is more than fair. If you know what to expect from this knife, you should be quite satisfied.