Before starting this review I would like to point out some key points: I bought this knife myself, I’ve had correspondence with the seller post purchase but I’m writing this review for other Australians I am not a knife expert. I don’t own a plethora of knive I bought the following knife off of ebay for $25, from an Australian seller. The knife is legal in Australia (granted you have a purpose for carrying as with all knives). The knife is made out of 440 Stainless Steel. The blade at is made in Taiwan so it's not Australian Made but it is available in Australia I meant to have pictures to upload with this but my camera doesn't like me at the moment but there will be pictures to come! Features This knife is marketed as a tactical rescue folding knife and the specifications live up to the name. Blade The blade itself is a combination drop point/tactical tano half serrated edge made out of 440 SS and Cerakoted Black to match the knife. The locking mechanism is a liner lock. The blade is 6cm (2.36”) from tip to hilt. The knife is 15.4cm (6.09”) folded out. The blade came sharp (not split a hair sharp) and was able to cut through the remnants of a seat belt when I was doing simulations. The blade also came perfectly centred. There is a hole for an ambidextrous thumb stud on the blade. Positives: · The combination between straight and serrated makes it perfect for a rescue knife. · The tip is sharp enough that cutting through the seat belts was like cutting through butter · The knife is easy to access · The knife came perfectly centred Cons: · After flipping it out 100+ times I’ve found that the knife is quite loose and flops about slightly · Thumb stud isn’t a standard feature- you’ll have to source your own! Seat Belt Cutter The seat belt cutter is recessed in the opposite side of the handle to the knife. It is big enough to slide the seatbelt through but small enough to protect small fingers. I was not able to slice through the seatbelt remnant, as there was not enough traction on the seat belt. But I think with enough force it would suffice in an emergency. Positives: · The blade appears to be sharp enough to cut through seat belt if needed Cons: · The location of the seat belt cutter makes it slightly awkward to hold and gain traction on it Glass Breaker The glass breaker is located on the end of the knife and is not a spring-loaded breaker. It is a small stud on the base of the knife with a convex tip. Positives: · It’s not spring loaded so you’re not relying on a spring to break the window · It is a single piece of 440SS that extends down into the body of the knife so it’s strength is increased Cons: · Because of it’s relatively small size I would not like to be using it without gloves or unless I HAD to · The location of the seat belt cutter means people with small fingers could possibly slip into it when breaking utilizing the glass breaker. Pocket Clip The pocket clip does not allow for deep carry but it is solid enough that I feel safe carrying it on the inside of my belt or in my paramedic pants. Knife Aesthetics The knife is a black body with a “Police” badge on it. It’s an imitation of a more popular knife but not an exact imitation. The seller is planning on getting new ones designed with their own logo on the body as well as increasing the width of the seat belt cutter to accommodate an oxy wrench to increase it’s EMS popularity. Overall Impressions If you’re living in Australia then there are limited options regarding affordable folding rescue knives. There are even more limited options when it comes to importing the affordable knives to Australia. If you were on the market for a rescue specific knife in Australia then I think you’d be crazy skipping over this option. It’s a strong and hardy knife that will be able to put up to many different challenges along the way.