At first I was a bit confused by the naming survival folding knife because when I think of that I think survivor man or some sort of outdoors adventure living off the land. If that is thetype of knife you are looking for this is probably not going to have all the bells and whistles you would ideally need for that. Or at least in my head. I think you would need like a flint, a can opener etc, but maybe I wouldn't survive more than a minute in the wild so I don't know. However, this is definitely an urban everyday survival with comfort knife. With a built in screwdriver with interchangeable heads all in the knife handle it will definitely come in handy in everyday life, so when your in a bind you don't have to try to use the sharp blade to take out a screw or tighten one. The partially serrated blade can easily cut through small branches and with a great amount of effort something larger, but the serrated area is less than an inch so trying to cut a branch over about that size would be a huge pain and you can typically break them manually if they are less, so I am not sure it will be of great use. I like that it's only partially serrated so it can be used for cutting other things as well in the survival scenario, which is what it would be more handy for. Although I am going to use it mainly for cutting fishing line and into boxes etc. It's oh so nice to a have a sharp blade in your pocket when you need to cut a line or even gut a fish. Also the self defense option is always nice to have when you are in a pickle.
It has a bottle opener too which is definitely needed when you want to survive a party or while fishing, camping etc. And honestly The blade locks in place when open and when it arrives is very sharp so proceed with caution. It securely attaches to your pocket with no slipping which is great because no one wants to buy a knife only to lose it a few days later. Overall I'd say it's a great knife. The only potential location for weakness was the spring joint on the screwdriver bits, I could see in time it wearing out there, but honestly I don't see myself using the screwdriver portion so much and changing heads with such force to break it.
I received this product in exchange for my honest evaluation.