https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M23QMPO/?tag=survivalmonke-20 Moras are great. I generally love them and think they are a great value. Just received my Kansbol. I got this to try out in the wet. We always get wet when out and about. And I figure it would be great around the ocean too. The Kansbol is a stainless steel offering. Like all Moras that I have every received, either through purchase or by gift, this one came very sharp. The sheath is no frills, but no nonsense. It has nice retention and is lightweight. One thing different about the sheath that I like is that the sheath itself can be removed the the belt dangler. The other thing I like is that the spine is sharpened. The 90 degree spine is great for ferro rods and other scraping tasks. I gave one to Bear perhaps to use fishing. Most times when I get a knife, my first task is food prep in the kitchen. So the Kansbol helped me make breakfast. 025DC74C-FA4A-4774-AB4B-88A462FE301E by Hanzo posted Jan 10, 2019 at 9:20 A1FF05B3-1A89-461E-8D4C-1B31B3C28514 by Hanzo posted Jan 10, 2019 at 9:20 7ED12EA2-3161-4261-A5DD-1F7CE369BE97 by Hanzo posted Jan 10, 2019 at 9:20 3F8C21D9-BEF5-4AD5-83E2-56AE3ED53431 by Hanzo posted Jan 10, 2019 at 9:20 I had a few leftover shrimp from last night, so shrimp and mushroom omelette today. D324EDD7-71E8-4F9F-A03A-43900F315100 by Hanzo posted Jan 10, 2019 at 9:54 It is not a chefs knife so it will not do all the "chef" tasks. But it is a great slicer! The handle was fine even when I deliberately got my hands wet and oily. But the handle is plastic and feels that way. While it is fine, it is not as comfortable as the Mora Companion's handle. 084FC977-C12B-4BAE-B878-07194035A30F by Hanzo posted Jan 10, 2019 at 9:20 The blade shape most resembles that on the Mora 2000. The difference being the 90 degree spine on the Kansbol. The Mora 2000 has a more comfortable handle too. All in all, another great knife by Mora. I had though about getting one for the wifee, but I won't. At least for now. Even though the stainless steel will be helpful when she drops it in water, she already has cheaper Mora's that I am comfortable with her using. And she is comfortable using. She is rough on your bladed tools. I know because I do the clean up and edge repair. With the machete, she will go for it. Rocks be damned. And with her knife... it is just a tool to her. So she will cut, hack, dig and pry with it. Most times she will have the Companion or the Robust on her. Good enough. They hold up very will to wifee use. And for the price of one Kansbol, I can replace 2-3 of her others. So all good.