While it is aesthetically pleasing to look at and hold, not all details are disclosed about this knife.
In order to circumvent being labelled as a weapon, the blade thickness of the knife is only 2,5 mm.That's about as thick an ordinary kitchen knife.
That means it is NOT 'a very practical knife for all outdoor activities' as advertised, since you cannot do heavy work, like baton wood for a campfire, or carve wood tinder shavings for example.
Cutting thick rope (like manilla) must also be troublesome with such a thin blade. And certainly don't try to pry even the smallest things, because it will most likely break.
I will not mention how poorly it must perform as a tactical knife.
Maybe food preparation must be its strong side, if you are 100% committed to buy