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Smells like sunscreen (which I like) and does not irritate my face. Being a redhead with sensitive skin, irritation is usually an issue. The other kind of retinol cream I bought made my face very puffy the next morning. I use this in the morning before I walk out the door and know I am protected! I would recommend this to anyone!
It's only since I started buying more expensive, 'cutting edge' brands that I've come to appreciate Buck knives again. I kind of took it for granted that the materials Buck uses, specifically the 420 HC stainless steel, is inferior to the newer and/or more expensive steels that other companies favor. But going back and comparing knives like the Buck Kalinga, Nighthawk, and this one, the Omni Hunter, I was shocked by how sharp these blades are. I haven't subjected them to the tortures, both planned and incidental, that people like to put their blades through, I just collect knives for the hell of it. The Buck knives, including the Omni Hunter, haven't been sharpened since I took them out of the box, but they performed as well on a low impact test on paper, cardboard and 2L pop-bottles as most of the pricier ones, sometimes better. The full-tang pistol-grip and rubberized thermoplastic make for a perfectly ergonomic handle, especially combined with the jimping that extends from the top of the handle to the spine of the 1/8th-thick blade. It feels like it's locked into your hand. This is a heavy-duty knife, with a hollow-grind that starts at 1-inch and narrows to a half-inch, with a typical 20-degree edge added afterward. It makes for a razor-sharp knife ideal for skinning, but excellent for virtually any cutlery application you can think of.
If John Hiatt records it, I buy it. He has never disappointed me, ever. His poetry put to music deserved radio play.
Only read this because it was a requirement for a class...it can be a little slow and elementary, but maybe I only think that because I have an manufacturing and lean six sigma background so this stuff comes a little easier to me. The book does a great job of explaining some of the more complicated manufacturing pitfalls (lead time, process variation, bottlenecks) in lamens terms.