Pros: Blade Material, Lock Ease of Use, Lock Type, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Handle Feel, None
Columbia River Ken Onion Foresight Folding 3.5" AUS 8 Black Combo
Have had this just barely long enough to attempt review. Have had to use knives in past for one handed genuine emergencies , so one handed ambidextrous types seem to be best for me. I carry this one left hip pocket, next to wallet, works very well there, in and out of pocket. Clip is about just right for insertion and retrieval. Love the "deep carry". Like the short out-curved clip , easy to "finger up" on the clip to start retrieval. Some of those clips are just too tight, long and very hard on pockets and "grip tight" when you need it out. Had to practice a little with tip down carry and left hand opening, but it's working out. Had a tip up carry blade come open once, same pocket, and almost had a serious boo-boo when I reached in for my wallet. I have used the big bellied blade for long straight line cuts in HD cardboard boxes, opening packages and cutting HD duct tape. Haven't really needed the "saw" portion of blade yet, as for cutting HD rope, or sawing a twisted seat belt, as I've had to do before, but it's there for need and extremely sharp! Starting to prefer this style blade, this one is extremely sharp. Knife, so far is very solidly built. pros and cons on aluminum scales. Slips nicely into pocket and nicely out, doesn't cling to clothing. Con is the when hands are cold, it's a little slippery for the grip. I would say this is a great EDC knife and well worth the purchase price. Glad I have it, no regrets.