After using it for the past few months, I think I can give it a fair review.
Let's start with the disadvantages first - because of the shape it might be tricky to sharpen. It's built really well and even after carving a kuksa in ash tree(three days of carving, blisters all over my hands) I couldn't see any movement in the blade or the blade becoming duller than it was when I started). Carved around twenty different spoons, ash, yew, scots pine and oak and I think it's a great knofe for the money. i know that are much more expensive tools out there, but it's up to you what route you wanna go. Some people say it's better to remove the pointy tip, but to be honest I don't see any problems it may cause, as long as you're not doing really deep containers with the 30mm diameter hole.
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