After 3-months of use the Kershaw Brawler is a tough knife that holds up to daily use. I have carry a knife in my pocket nearly all of the time. Routinely I cut, pry, wedge, trim, and hammer thins with my knife. Over the years Kershaw has become a brand that I have grown to trust and when it comes to purchasing a knife I generally start with Kershaw, and if they do not make what I'm looking for then I lean towards Coldsteel. Recently, I had a Gerber knife but it was hard to open and its all metal construction made it slippery when it was wet. I decided in January it was time for a new knife and found the Kershaw Brawler. I was particularly interested in this knife because the belt/pocket clip can be moved to one of four positions. Being left handed I like to keep my knife in my left hip pocket. All other knives required me to slide the knife out of my pocket and then turn it around in my hand before opening it. By being able to adjust the clip location on the knife I can now slide the knife out of my pocket and using the speedsafe lever open the knife in one motion. The handle is injection molded plastic and offers plenty of grip. After carrying this knife 7-days per week for more than 3-months I am very happy with how well it has held up and how sharp the blade is to this day. The one feature I wish it had was a serrated blade which was available about 2-years ago but has since been discontinued. The model is Kershaw 1990 - Brawler featuring the Speedsafe opening system. I give it 5/5 for high quality, durability, ease of use.