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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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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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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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
BokerPlus VoxKnives Rold Camp Knife
BokerPlus keeps coming out with incredible products – especially large fixed blades. This new VOX model is awesome– and I’m not just saying that! It has a full size (over 6″ x 1.5″) flat ground D2 blade. That alone gives it real knife lover cred. The handle is contoured G-10 to give a great and comfortable grip. The moster full tang is framed with the red layer before the G-10. The two holes in the handle give it a unique look and can serve as a lanyard hole- it comes with a Nylon lanyard through the rear hole. It is sort of simple, utilitarian, tough materials and great style all combined into one knife. The sheath is simple Kydex and a Tek-Lok is included. All this for just over $100 is a great deal. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus SOB (Spec Ops Blade)
We’ve mentioned the lack of gentleman’s fixed blades on the market these days, and though it is a little on the big side, we think the new Boker Spec Ops Blade falls into this great category. The SOB, as it is called, features Micarta scales and a Kydex sheath that can be matched to a Tek-Lok—though it is not included. The knife is comfortable in the hand, and the modified sheepsfoot blade is built for a variety of tasks—utility, tactical, and even culinary!
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Boker Plus Vox VAT Access Tool, Titanium
This is one of the coolest non “knife” tools to come out in 2011. The Vox Access tool does all the other prying, opening, pulling tasks that you should NEVER actually use your knife for. Maybe Boker should have called it the un-knife? Regardless of what it is called, it is a great tool to have clipped onto your keys or your bag. It will make itself useful a million times over—and keep you from breaking your knife!
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2010 Boker Plus Collection Knife designed by David Broadwell
This fixed blade collector’s knife from BokerPlus is amazing. These large knives are made of high quality steel and each is serialized.
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Boker Anso 67 Folding Knife
Another gem from the creative mind of Jens Anso. Jens is one of the hottest designers in the knife business and Boker Knives has gotten a few great models from him. This one is a remarkable folding knife with one textured G10 side and on titanium framelock side. Similar to the way some Strider knives and Emerson superCQC7 knives were made, these are workhorse tools. Made in Germany, this knife is top quality.
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BokerPlus VOX Gnome Neck Knife with 2-1/8″ Blade and Micarta handle – $19.95
BokerPlus is the Asian producing arm of Boker Knives. They produce models that have been designed by top notch custom makers but they produce them are incredible prices- and the quality is still great! This VOX Gnome is one example of that. The manufacturing quality is first rate with even blade grinds and perfectly shaped handles. The steel is a good quality as well. This is a tiny knife, though, and is meant for backup and emergency use and may be too small for major cutting chores.
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