Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Lock Type, Weight, Pocket Clip, None
Cons: Lock Ease of Use, Handle Feel
Good for what it is
I love butterfly knives they are my absolute favorite type of knife. I also love karambits by the way they look. This knife does both in the best way they could but they aren't really meant to be together. If I had to describe this knife I would categorize it more like a karambit since the safe handle has the latch and the pocket clip. The combination of these two being on the same side makes it extremely awkward to flip. The most you will get flipping would be a basic opening, Zen roll over/Y2K, and icepick opening. Any other move would be close to impossible to do. It could be I’m just not that good but that’s what I found. But if you bought it because its new and different, then definitely worth the money. It feels like it was made out of quality materials and in no way feels cheap. With the pocket clip it makes it even better to edc if you wanted to. My only major complaint would be the ring. The ring for me is really big I measured it to be around 1 and 1/4 of an inch so don’t be surprised if when twirling like a karambit it might not feel secure. With the size though if you have gloves or extremely big fingers you could stick your finger through but for the rest of us its just excessively big. The other problem is the pocket clip. It’s better that it’s there than not but I’ve heard that if you try to move it to the other side it would unwind the spring so you’re kind of stuck with the side its on. All in all I love this knife and its definetly a conversation starter and if you are a knifenut and love butterfly knives it’s a must.