I just saw Survival Lilly's new knife and must say that I am not impressed. Steel: AUS8 Blade Length: 13,5 cm / 5.12 inches Blade Thickness: 4,8 mm Handle Length: 11,5 cm / 4.33 inches Weight (including sheath): 389 gramms / 13.72 ounces Rockwell Hardness: 57 Rc +/-1 The Taiwanese workmanship looks pretty good. My lack of enthusiasm comes from her design emphasis and the design itself, which seems to fall along the sharpened prybar genre. Apparently destructive knife testing is important to her. The quotes are from her product description, which I am not linking because I don't think she is a dealer. I don't know about you, but I found this knife to be a bit much. Given her past history of making destructive testing videos of knives in "survival situations" this knife description was a rehash of silliness. Maybe it is just me, but I don't see the point in something like this. Indestructible does not correlate well to functional when it comes to knives, unless you plan on approaching survival like a bull in a china shop. What are your thoughts on this "survival knife".