Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! First off, thanks to everyone who helped me out on my last recommend me thread. Got myself an Opinel no 8 in Bubinga and a small Mora for my fishing needs, as well as some other knives I have my eye on. My birthday just passed and I'd like to get a nice folder as a gift for myself. I'd like something high quality that will last me for decades. About me and my uses: I live in NYC and EDC a SAK everyday, at home my EDC right now is either a Ruike P801 or a KaBar Dozier. Uses for this knife would be EDC at home, it'll maybe get some fishing, hiking/light camping, gardening duties as well. Budget : $80-$180 Steel : Stainless steel, would like to buy my first "high-end" steel knife Knife type : Folder Blade length : 2.75-3.5" Weight : The lighter the better, not a fan of big and heavy knives. Let's say...<4 oz or so. Clip : Deep carry clip is a really good idea for me due to where I live, am open to aftermarket deep carry clips if it'll all fall within the budget. Handle : Anything nice and grippy. Lock type : Anything strong, simple and reliable. I've looked at the Bugout (looks great, lightweight, but handles can be squeezed together?!?) Spydercos (Delica looks good, but a bit boring, PM2 looks interesting...) Benchmade 940 looks a bit thick/heavy to my eye, but never held it in hand and quite expensive. What would you guys recommend? Thanks in advance.