Pros: Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Weight, Handle Material, None
Cons: Handle Feel, Blade Sharpness
Pretty good for the price
This is a decent little knife, I should stress the "little", perhaps, because it is a small knife. I find that the handle just barely fits my hand (I have larger hands), but I think it might not just be me, because the jimping is on the *handle*, not the blade. Also, this was advertised with OD Green handles, turns out it is more of a Dark Forest Green instead. That doesn't bother me at all personally, but if you are really wanting that OD color, like in the picture, you might not get it. Blade sharpness straight out of the box is average, it will cut, but is definitely not anywhere close to razor sharpness. I also don't find myself needing to make use of the "wave opening feature", the thumb disk works much better for me and still easily allows one-handed operation. Works fine for basic, every day cutting tasks, definitely does not fit the bill of "tactical" or anything like that and with the size of the liner lock, I wouldn't push it. Operation feels pretty solid, though, no undue play. Overall, I consider this to be more of a pocketknife than any of my other folders, but when I need to carry something small and light, it fits the bill. The $20 pricetag is also reasonable. This knife is a good example of something that I wish I could have inspected or tested out before buying, but that's a luxury that buying online does not afford.