Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Pocket Clip, None
Cons: Ease of Opening
A Folder for Backpakers
This is the folder I wish I would have had on a two month backpacking trip I took. Light weight, thin profile, small and unobtrusive, yet a long enough blade to take care of any knife tasks you'll encounter on your "long hike". Does all the small folding knife tasks you'd expect while in the backcountry hiking around. From cutting some cord to preping food for dinner. Mine came out of the package decently sharp, disappears while in pocket, and is just a good slim folder. Pocket clip keeps it deep in pocket so no fear of loss, there is a bit of a trick to get it open one handed, but with a little practice it's very doable. Lock is very secure (which honestly surprised me) with no unwanted blade play in any direction while open. For backpacking, thru hiking, or a simple and small around town folder; this is it.