Steal of the Week: Böker Plus Sector

This week’s steal is the Sector neck knife by Böker Plus. The Sector is an ergonomic, lightweight dagger-style design from knifemaker Michael Henninger of Karlsruhe, Germany.

We’ve got one solid piece of 440C stainless steel that comes in just over 8″. The skeletonized handle and absurdly thin profile make this so light you’ll have to look at your hand to remind yourself you’re even holding a knife. The handle has been wrapped with paracord for a comfortable, certain grip, though you could of course remove it if you had plans of your own. The tang itself adds some additional grip options, with jimping here on both sides and this hole in the center affording you multiple grip styles.

The blade is 3.75″ with a double edge. This thing is razor sharp and incredibly flat, making it a really discreet back-up option. The knife includes an equally low profile Kydex sheath, which it snaps into very securely. There are nice, big rivets around the edge to allow for the use of a paracord lanyard, and the package also comes with an attachable belt clip if you’d prefer to carry the knife around your waist.

Overall, the Sector is a slim and functional back-up style fixed blade with a surprising number of customization options available. To learn more about this knife, click here. To see our full inventory visit knifecenter.com

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Ryan