Posted November 24, 2009 by Howard
Boker Jetstream Folding Knife 140th Anniversary Edition
This is a real beauty from Boker of Germany. The Jetstream liner locking folding knife is part of their anniversary series, but really reminds me of Sebenzas – although the handles are aluminum and they’re liner locks. But they fly open very easily with just natural centrifugal force. The Jetstream feels solid and well made.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the Boker information for you:
For November, as part of the 140th Anniversary Collection, we chose a full size liner locking folder, which is not only an eyecatcher in your showcase, but an ideal EDC knife. The satin finished two-tone blade is made of X-15 T.N. steel, and with its hollow grind, it’s ready for any cutting task. The CNC-milled aluminum handle (hard anodized) provides a comfortable grip and combines functionality and elegance with superior ergonomics. Includes pocket clip. Limited to just 140 pieces worldwide. Delivered in a special anniversary box with a certificate of authenticity. Serial numbered. Blade length: 3 3/4″. Overall length: 8 7/8″. Weight: 5.4 oz. Made in Solingen, Germany.