Saw some great reviews on this knife and said what the heck. I've spent $30 on stupider stuff than this. Anyway, its a Ruike model 801. All stone-washed steel construction, flipper with frame lock, sharpening choil, and built like a tank. As thin or thinner than my Benchmade 943, which was a concern as I like my EDC on the thin side. Clip is strong, but a bit smaller than what I'm used to. (Carried the BM943 for years, without a break.).
Also I just found out these Ruike knives have a caged ball bearing on each side of the pivot. another nice touch that really adds to the smoothness when it flips open. My Benchmade 943 has flat brass washers...no bearing