(Image removed from quote.)After a two week journey from California this finally arrived. I think it has been to more states in the US than I've visited I have to agree with The Peacent, this is better than I expected, especially for $14 delivered. I'm not a big small-scissors fan as I find them to be very fiddly, but nevertheless useful, sometimes in ways that a knife can't accomplish. So having some small scissors around like on a 58mm SAK is something I tend to carry. But the size of the scissors on this tool I find refreshing. You can cut a piece of packing tape in nearly one cut, as opposed to 4 or 5 cuts with Vic 91mm scissors. They are sharp and well formed, not super precise but decent. I may crink (krink?) them a bit more but as is they work nicely.While a sabre hollow grind is not my first pick for blade geometry, the knife has plenty of belly and is thin enough to be useful in a variety of roles. It is also nearly 3 inches long, which, for someone who has been carrying just an 84mm Vic for a few months, seems like a lot of blade. I wish the phillips driver was slightly bigger but it has worked well on a variety of different sizes I have tried. The only noticeable aspect to the tool which, in my opinion, shows that it is a low cost item, is the file. The crosscut side is useable but the single cut side would have trouble filing down a stick of butter and there is no saw edge. Overall I'm quite happy with it and it will definitely see some use and hopefully I can report back on any long term durability issues.
Peacent, got a link? This looks cool.
I'll definitely get at least one. Not sure how, since they're not on regular ebay, but I'll get one somehow.