Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Weight, Ease of Opening, Lock Type
Cons: Pocket Clip, Lock Ease of Use, None
Good Buy (updating previous rating)
I'm updating my review of this knife since I've had it for a couple of weeks, I'm giving a 4/5-3/5 stars because of some things I've run into. Here is the good and the bad of this knife: THE GOOD - Nice looking knife; a fancy design that is only disturbed by the small logo near the top end of the handle. - stays sharp for a good while; can stay at a good sharpness for a couple of weeks without needing more sharpening. - good quality handle and blade structure; no loose parts on the handle-connection-to-blade part of the knife. - the blade opening gets from hard to smoother the more you use the knife, so you won't be stuck with a gritty knife opening for long. THE BAD - After having the knife for a couple of months now, I've come to notice a small little loose piece inside the knife that rattles every time the knife moves. A little annoying. - The outside pocket clip fell off, the screws literally just came out in my pocket, so I just left it that way. - one of the screws holding the knife together came off on the way, couldn't find it. Hasn't been a big problem so far; no loose parts. OTHERS a little WARNING: this might be obvious to a lot of people, but to who it isn't, DO NOT leave the knife unlocked in your pocket; it can open and cut your hand when you reach for it (it happened to me--stupid, I know). Otherwise, this knife is nice, a little heavy, but I like it like that. Great looking, and a functional sturdy knife.