I owned on of these, didn't like it and gave it, yes gave it for free, to my buddy who did actually like it. The last time I saw it on him, the tip was bent and the cutting edge looked like he smashed it on a brick for an hour straight although he claimed he just used it for everyday tasks. many of my co-workers own these and swear by them but so be it. They're made in Taiwan and have a cheap feel to them.
Daniel - January 1, 2010
I've carried this knife for years - since the model first came out. It's seen all manner of use and abuse: mud, dust, ice, and water. It's cut everything from cord to rope to plastic crate banding and fabric of all sorts. It slices, dices and chops. It's been used as a campfire cooking utensil. It's been the tool in my pocket and has only ever requied a slight touch-up to the edge every now and then. I'd buy another in a heart beat.
Lori - May 25, 2009