-Price Paid: $40.00
-Used for Light Duty/General
-Owned for Less than 1 Month
One word: Don't. Marttiini is an iconic Finnish brand of knife making but the sad truth is that they use inferior steel materials on all the knives.
Okay so it's cheap but so is the quality. The steel used on the blade is 420 which makes it quite soft and only after 30 mins of work you need to re-sharpen the knife.
Build quality is so-so. The wooden (birch) handle version I have has a noticeable gap between the handle bit and the steel body (wood is curved), the belt clip is not meant to be taken off but if you do, you can't tighten the screws without making the blade bend so that the locking mechanism doesn't catch it anymore. I used a Dremel to cut the belt clip off because if you get a firm grip, the belt clip will hurt your palm.