Posted July 20, 2012 by kevin
New from Boker Plus, meet the ultra-cool Nano: it’s bright, versatile, and it wants to be your new best friend! Its small size is perfect for EDC duties at 4-3/4″ overall, and its stout 1-7/8″ 440C stainless steel blade can slice through pretty much anything you throw at it-plus it takes a very sharp edge. Bright lime-green Zytel scales make it hard to forget if you set it down, and it fits comfortably in all but the largest hands.
The Nano sports an easy-to-use frame lock, and jimping on the spine just adds to its grip and versatility. It may be small, but it’ll be a loyal companion for years. Check them out today at www.knifecenter.com!
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Posted June 13, 2012 by Nick
Todd Begg is a custom knife maker and former NBC Recon team member. His inspiration is drawn from his vast life experience and knife designers Edmund Davidson and TM Dowel. The Field Marshal is Boker Plus‘ production version of a custom design by Begg. The handle is the first thing you notice when pulling the knife from it’s packaging and then it’s the excellent quality. The 5-1/8″ G10 handle is extremely thick with solid liners and is very nicely shaped for hard use cutting. The 3-3/4″ 440C blade can be opened with the milled thumb slots or the flipper and it’s excellently shaped to stab, slice, or for roll cuts. An excellent design with a superb lifetime warranty, see this knife right now at www.knifecenter.com.
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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.
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Posted February 22, 2012 by Nick
The Boker Plus Whale is the next excellently designed, over built knife to come from Boker. Modeled after renowned knife maker Jens Anso’s custom CATO design, the Whale is a stout G10 version at an affordable price point. Featuring an upswept 3″ blade made from 440C Stainless Steel and superior ergonomics, it can be used continuously without creating hotspots or sore areas of the hand. With a confidence inspiring titanium liner lock and Boker’s high tolerances and great attention to detail, the Whale truly has the feel of a custom knife. You can see this at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted December 7, 2011 by Howard
Boker Plus Rambler Fixed 2-3/4″ Blade
A very cool little knife from Boker Plus. It was designed by an Austrian knifemaker and is really very unique. It is small and meant to be a backup knife in most situations. The sheath is a belt sheath and not a neck sheath as would be expected for a knife of this size. Looks are deceiving from the image because this knife could scale up perfectly to be a very useful camping or even kitchen knife, but at the size at which it has been produced, it is a backup- belt knife. I really like it, especially the design and materials, but you have to have a need or desire for a knife of this diminutive size. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted September 21, 2011 by Howard
Boker 2011 Annual Damascus Collectors Folding Knife
Boker Knives is a company that does a lot of things and does a lot of them right. Their damascus knives are world class collectibles that the KnifeCenter has featured them since the mid 1990′s and we have collectors around the world ordering them in. This 2011 annual folding knife issue is outstanding. It features a thick liner, raindrop style damascus blade and gorgeous desert ironwood handle. This is a timeless beauty.
You can see them (while they last) at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted July 26, 2011 by Howard
Boker Plus TUF Urban Fixed Blade
Boker Knives produces another great fixed blade knife. Once again Boker takes a great and innovative design by some great craftsmen and has it produced at the top quality Asian factories at amazing prices. In short- you get the best designs at the best prices. This knife makes a great camp knife because of its medium size and easy carry options. It will work well in a camp kitchen. It would make a nice bushcraft knife with the wide, flat ground hard steel blade. The shape of this knife is really unique with a great handle made of dark Cocobolo wood that cradles your hand. Blade shape is wide and flat ground. The blade is nicely polished 440C – which is a steel that a lot of users respect quite a bit. The sheath design is also new and innovative. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted April 19, 2011 by Howard
BokerPlus Kressler Subhilt Fighter
BokerPlus releases another great fixed blade. This is one of the finest fixed blades we have seen come out of China, It has the fit and finish of a Japanese model at half the price. Boker is a worldwide company and they have the ability to take designers and engineers in Germany and integrate them with factories in China, producing a product that is out of this world… without costing you the world. The integral sub-hilt and tapered tang of this knife are exquisite… and that is just what is happening behind the tang! You an see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted April 1, 2011 by Howard
Boker Fred Perrin Quattro Manual Folding Knife
Fred Perrin has some very creative ideas. This shirt pocket knife is definitely one of them. Start with an elongated square shape 3.3″ long and 0.35″ thick with a pocket clip so it looks like a pen. The inside pivots out taking the blade wrapped in the other side of the handle. That remaining part of the handle flips over the other direction leaving the blade extended from the original four sided handle. OK. that’s complicated to explain, but it really is simple and cool. And the blade sit at a 45° angle making it just a little cooler. The blade is 440c stainless and the whole deal is just cool. There is a leather pouch as well for pocket carry. Made in Asia, but decent quality and a really great price. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
Posted March 28, 2011 by Howard
BokerPlus Bud Nealy Kwaito Fixed Blade
BokerPlus now offers a new Bud Nealy fixed blade. Years ago, we sold a whole series of Nealy small fixed blades from Boker and this new one really looks like it lives up to the reputation. The sheath was always one of the selling points with a myriad ways to carry the knife, and this new one is a lot plainer in that department. It is really minimalistic with a simple Kydex sheath- all in a very slim profile. Stuff the Kwaito in your boot, keep it next to you in your car or buy a Tek-Lok for it and put it on your belt. You can see the Kwaito at www.knifecenter.com
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