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I picked it up from the Motera store (Ahmedabad) about 4 months ago. I use it for peeling and cutting fruit, mainly. It is also quite good for other things you'd use a folding knife for, like cutting open packets of food etc. I have used it while hiking, and it can do most tasks quite well. It can cut through climbing rope easily. The design is ergonomic, it can be opened with one hand. It cannot be closed with one hand which I think is a good safety design. It's sharp but it can be sharpened further if needed. Hasn't rusted a bit despite cutting quite acidic fruit. It's very durable and tough. Of course, I am assuming the buyer understands the pros and cons of folders vs fixed blades because using this knife, as people sometimes fantasize, to cut or carve wood? You're going to wreck it. Use it the way the helpful folks at Decathlon recommend. Keep it clean and sharpen with the sharpener from the same company. It'll last long and be a great tool.
An excellent knife for the price, I carry this on my cycle rides, useful for cutting small fruits. I would have easily given this a 4 or 5 star if not for the rust, my first knife was bought exactly two years ago and it started developing lots of rust spots(little dots) on the blade and rust patches underneath the handle, it was promptly replaced by the amazing folk at my local decathlon by the new replacement knife too is developing the same rust spots on the blade, not sure what I am doing wrong.
I do realise the alloy used in the knife is not the most rust resistant but just wondering on what I might be doing wrong
P.S: I do own two other fixed blades from Decathlon and I clean my knifes after every use. By the way, my axis 75 is the black handle model
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