Pros: Lock Type, Blade Material, Handle Feel, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Sheath, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness
Just what I was looking for.
I purchased this knife because I wanted a scandi folder. Folders with scandi grinds are few and far between. The few that exist really have a secondary bevel and are not true scandi but fall more under modified saber grinds. The fit and finish of the item I received is without flaw. Excellent craftmanship and quality. The sheath is also of extremely high quality. Large and solid in hand. No blade play. Firm lockup.In terms of performance and cutting ability, if you have used Mora knives, you will pretty much find a clone in terms of overall ability and use. Outside of price, the difference between this knfie and a Mora is : #1 -- The Dokka is a folder and #2 The overall aesthetics and craftmanship are in a different universe. So if neither of the above is of any interest, you would be better served with a Mora and saving some money. This is a large and somewhat bulky folder so if EDC is your goal, there are better options. If you want a tacticool knife with wood scales, there are much better options. But if you want a companion folder to a dedicated fixed bushcraft knife, I can't think of anything better. The blade makes quick work of wood of all hardness and variety. I wouldn't baton five-inch logs but it is great for mild to moderate tasks and slices bark and shavings effortlessly. Superb for wood carving and general woodwork tasks. I could also see this knife as a general all-purpose hunter. It would make quick work of field dressing tasks IMO.