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Cheapest and one of the most durable knives I have. 25 bucks on amazon. Had it for 7 years now, 5 of them were hard use in a lumber yard.
Kershaw 1830 OSO Sweet Knife with Stainless-Steel Blade and Nylon Handle with SpeedSafe [link]
The OSO Sweet is the knife that I recommend to first time buyers and 100th time buyers consistently. Other knives may be sharper or hold an edge better but if you take decent care of it that knife will resharpen like a dream and work just as well
How about the Kershaw Oso Sweet?
Seems like a love child of those 2.