Pros: Pocket Clip, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Handle Material, Weight, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality
Cons: Lock Type, None
Very Durable and Reliable
This was one of the first proper knives that i ever brought. I've had it for around 4-5 years now and it still works fine. For the first year or two after i bought it, i used it as my edc both for work and for the farm. It stood up to very job a used it for, whether stripping cables, cutting hay string or prepping food, this knife holds and edge quite well. I had to have it resharpened once! After a few years of it being in the cupboard, i've started using it again and it continues to perform well.Some cons about the knife is that i have had some difficulty in finding spare batteries for the torch (which works really well, super bright). Whist there is no side to side play when the blade is deployed, there is a bit of up and down play. It's not unsafe or anything, but it is something that probably shouldn't happen. However, the liner lock is reliable and i have never had it collapse on me. The knife doesn't have the most slimmest profile.The knife is quite light and is easy to open and close with one hand. I will say that after so many years of use and storage with minimal maintenance, the metal of the liner lock is beginning to show signs of light rusting.