There's something to be said for carrying a knife which was conceived by someone with an outdoor survival mindset and background. "It works." Add in the following components and you have one great knife for either everyday carry in an urban environment or hard use in the field...
Blade Material: CPM S30V hardened to 58-60 HRC
Blade Length: 2.88 in. (7.32 cm)
Blade Thickness: 0.100 in. (2.54 mm)
Blade Shape: Wide-Chord Drop Point
Blade Grind: High Flat grind with 30º inclusive edge, 6.9º bevel
Blade Edge: Plain Edge
Blade Finish: Stonewashed or also available with Black BT2
Closed Length: 3.87 in. (9.82 cm)
Open Length: 6.74 in. (17.12 cm)
Handle Thickness: 0.51 in. (1.30 cm) max
Weight: 2.68 oz. (76 g)
Handle Material: Glass-filled Noryl GTX
Liners: 410 Stainless Steel
Pivot Washers: Phosphor Bronze
Pocket Clip: Ambidextrous Reversible Removeable Stainless Steel
Lock Mechanism: Ambidextrous AXIS Lock
Opener: Ambidextrous Dual Thumb Studs
That all adds up to a knife that's easily pocketable, extremely reliable, extremely durable, comfortable to carry and to use, highly rust resistant, and easy to maintain. It throws in an awesome blade shape for general purpose uses that takes and holds an awesome edge.
I've used mine for weeks now, inclusive to use during the Memorial Day weekend at Marty and Aggie Simon's encampment at the Wilderness Learning Center. I've used the Mini-Grip at work for cutting boxes, tape, and cable ties. I've used it at home for almost every routine chore, inclusive to preparing cardboard and plastic recycleables for pickup. I've also used it at camp for cutting 550 cord, boxes, food prep, and any other knife chore I could find...