Pros: Materials, Finish, Blade Material, Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Sheath/Scabbard, None
I actually bought mine directly from Spain a few years ago. You have to be careful these days because there are a lot of Chinese copies of this knife and they sometimes falsely state the are original Aitor's. From my understanding, the difference in quality between the Spanish Aitor and the Chinese Aitor is night and day. My Spanish Aitor is well made and came absolutely shaving sharp. I was very surprised to read some reviews where they were reported as being dull. I use mine for all sorts of cutting duties and even carved up the roast dinner last night with this knife. I have had a lot of other quality knives over the years and can state this knife is definitely a keeper. Many hollow handled knives have a deserved bad reputation. However this is one of the better ones and I have complete faith in the strength of its hollow handled knife. It has never shown any sign that it will break at the handle. It is definitely not a toy like some other "rambo" styled knives.