The Gerber Sedulo is an EDC knife built right. It has a lightweight FRN handle with a grippy texture and a high-quality CPM S30V stainless steel blade. The Pivot Lock system keeps the blade open tight until you're ready to close it and is accessible via right and-left hand users. Gerber folding knives are getting better all the time, and this entry is easily one of their best: it's well-made, has great materials, is affordable, and is made in the USA.
Want to see more? The Gerber Sedulo comes in several colors with several finishes.
I wanted to love this knife as I wanted to see what Gerber was doing to earn its place in the current zeitgeist of affordable high quality knives. While I acknowledge the praises people are singing about the Sedulo, I just find it hard to love the knife. Full disclosure, I am not a hard user, nor am I the outdoorsman I used to be, which I think is likely the reason why I feel the knife isn't for me. Holding this knife feels like it's meant to do work. A lot of work, as the scales are robust. However, I suspect they are injection molded given the nubs on the bottom. Action and pivot lock function as one would hope, similar to Benchmade. Truthfully, the only physical "issue" I have the knife are the scales. Other than that it's a highly recommendable knife for someone that plans to put it through its paces. But if you're like me and don't realistically plan to do a decent amount of work with the knife, you might find that this knife just doesn't fit in your rotation.