I got this knife just before Christmas when it was discounted. When I saw it in the weekly ad, I jumped on it because this model has everything I want in a SAK (Swiss Army Knife) except for a file. It's got a good number of tools without getting as bulky as a SwissChamp. The tools have that wonderful Victorinox *snap* when you open them. There are no locks on this model, but the springs that hold the tools open are good and strong. You'd have to be doing something really wrong to have the blade close on you--you don't stab with a slipjoint (non-locking) knife. Victorinox does not just make tools for looks--they actually work. -The saw works rather well. Just don't expect to cut down a giant redwood with it and it'll do what it's supposed to do. -The awl is excellent--good and pointy and has a sharpened edge for drilling. -The scissors on Vic knives always work. -I don't use bottle openers, but I've read enough other people's reviews to know that Vic bottle openers do work. -I know the can opener works, though my technique is lacking. Both of those tools also double as screwdrivers, btw. -The hook is a hook. A hook can't not work. :) -The corkscrew apparently takes some practice, but there are some videos on youtube demonstrating its use. -Toothpick and tweezers are also useful, probably more than most people would expect. -Also, if you look near the spot where the corkscrew is attached, you'll see a small hole in the handle scale. A straight pin fits right in there and can come in handy when you least expect it. There's also a small screwdriver you can buy that threads right into the corkscrew to add yet another function/tool.BTW, if you carry these knives in a pocket or bag the handle scales will get scratched. It's just the nature of the material. You can, however, polish them to almost-new-looking using ordinary toothpaste. Thanks to a Youtube commenter whose name I can't recall for that tip.The Huntsman is a great knife and Target's regular price is fairly competitive. If you manage to catch it on sale, it's even better. *Note: There was a wire edge on the main blade that I had to strop off because it made the blade seem duller than it actually was and I'm pretty sure the small blade still has one (planning to do a youtube vid on it), but this is a minor issue; it's easily fixed and not the norm for Victorinox--I'd previously bought a Vic Tinker and it had no wire edge on either blade.
This is a great knife! It has so many great add-ons, such as the scissors, the saw, the parcel holder (hook), and the can opener. The pouch is very handy, even though it adds extra cost. At there is a knife at a different store that didn't have a pouch, not to mention as many attachments, for the same price. As you can see Target is the best place to buy one.Pros:Never gets dirty, because of the case; lots of attachments; blade locks in placeCons:None so farConclusion:I would recomend this to a friend