The Leatherman has been my belt folder since I stopped carrying the Buck when the Leatherman came out. Over 30 years. This one was the replacement for my original which is at the bottom of the lake after I turned the sailboat upside down. I never use the blade so as to keep the point needle sharp for splinter removal.
The Craftsman box knife is the most comfortable clip knife I've ever had. It handles 99% of my non kitchen cutting chores. I've had it for about 6 years. Lost it in the car for a few months once.
A long time ago, I took what appeared to be a cheap junker from my dad's knives for my every day carry knife. It was an older model CRKT (columbia river knife / tool) 1* (horribly bad pun, you only have one azz to risk). The m16-13z style, partly serrated blade, seen here. M16® - 13Z
It has a neat design, the ear on the blade can be tapped to open it, easily as good as any switchblade and it locks open.
The original one was a one-sided edge blade (they sharpen it from one side only, mostly seen on cheap junk knives).
Fast forward... last week, I finally lost the darn thing, after decades of use. I found a similar one online at a reasonable price (about 40 bucks) and since 1) I didn't want to spend too much and 2) I really liked the original's assisted opening gimmick, I bought it. And I have to say, they have upped their game... its much more solid, the blade is properly sharpened and seems to be better steel and a hair thicker than before, its polymer body is reinforced with steel, and it has a plastic insert (built into the frame) for the blade to rest on when closed that should not dull it (and contact is minimal). It is also easy to work on: 10 min and I had the belt clip off and the new annoying 'you can't close it anymore' "safety" feature removed (knife just unscrews and you pop it out). That puts it back to the original configuration I have grown used to, but IMHO about 50% better quality. Though the price was fairly low, I no longer consider it a junker and would actually recommend it to others now. I plan for this one to be in my pocket for a long, long time