Posted May 1, 2012 by Nick
We are fortunate here at the KnifeCenter to stock a large variety of items and the Epicenter from Boker has all the best qualities you look for in a knife. The titanium handle is anodized to provide you with good grip and it has an extremely thick lock bar for ultra-tight lockup. The pocket clip, also titanium, is reversible for tip up or tip down carry, depending on your preference, and it buries very deeply in the pocket. The drop point blade has plenty of belly and being made of VG-10 steel, is a great compromise between edge holding capability and corrosion resistance. The handle has completely flow through barrel construction so lint has no place to hide and the absolutely huge pivot point allows for extremely smooth action. Everything on the knife is adjustable, all you need is a T6 and T8 Torx bit, which comes included with every knife. Boker Plus has definitely hit a home run with the Epicenter, see for yourself at www.knifecenter.com.
The Epicenter pocketknife was designed by Todd Rexford, a young knifemaker from Colorado, who is a remarkable talent in the world of knife design. In addition to our successful Boker Plus line, this pocket knife represents a significant innovative step. Being the first titanium frame lock, this piece reaches a special status within our knife range. The massive titanium plates have a thickness of 5 mm, and are contoured three-dimensionally, offering outstanding performance and stability. Equally impressive is the blasted titanium surface and the finish of the handle (without protruding edges), which make the knife not only a sturdy usable knife, but also a beautiful collector’s knife. The modified satin drop point blade is made of VG-10 steel, and features a removable double-sided thumb stud. The titanium pocket clip is reversible, allowing tip-up or tip-down carry, and the lanyard hole adds convenience. An impressive synthesis of technology and design!