Pros: Blade Material, Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Overall Quality, None
A real working knife
If you've used Swedish knives before, you know what you're getting. If not, it's worth a lot more than the $10 it will cost you to find out. This knife is meant for hard use. Swedish steel is really, really good, and the single bevel makes it easy to resharpen to a shaving edge, holding the whole surface of the bevel flat on your stone or strop (I recommend a diamond whetstone). The ugly, slightly sticky plastic-and-rubber handle is very comfortable to work with for hours at a time. I've used one of these to make a replacement axe handle when no other woodworking tools were available. The only downside to these is the sheath, an awkward piece of thermoplastic that clips on your belt. It works OK, but if, like me, you find that this is the knife you always want with you in the outdoors, it's worth making a better sheath from leather or Kydex.