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Boker Plus Worldwide

18+ UK Friendly carry
£30.95
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Increasingly strict laws that govern the carrying of knives continue to restrict the choices available for those who wish to carry and use a knife and abide with UK law. The Boker Plus Worldwide - based on a design by Chad Los Banos - represents a configuration whose features pass legal carry requirements in most countries.

The slipjoint knife has a very strong spring to ensure safe operation even without a locking mechanism, a feature further enhanced by the pronounced 90° stop of the blade. Steel liners and Zytel scales form the handle that carries the four-way clip and lanyard hole for carry options.

SKU
01BO569
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
6.8
Overall Length (cm)
17.2
Blade Material:
AUS8 Stainless Steel
Grind:
Hollow
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
Zytel
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Brushed
Product Weight (g)
152
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Designer:
Chad Los Banos

Description


Increasingly strict laws that govern the carrying of knives continue to restrict the choices available for those who wish to carry and use a knife and abide with UK law. The Boker Plus Worldwide - based on a design by Chad Los Banos - represents a configuration whose features pass legal carry requirements in most countries.

The slipjoint knife has a very strong spring to ensure safe operation even without a locking mechanism, a feature further enhanced by the pronounced 90° stop of the blade. Steel liners and Zytel scales form the handle that carries the four-way clip and lanyard hole for carry options.

Specification


SKU
01BO569
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
6.8
Overall Length (cm)
17.2
Blade Material:
AUS8 Stainless Steel
Grind:
Hollow
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
Zytel
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Brushed
Product Weight (g)
152
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Designer:
Chad Los Banos

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  • 5
    Beast UK friendly

    Posted by Sam on 18th Dec 2019

    What a blade for a UK carry, yes its super stiff but thats the point it gives confidence in a slip joint, you wouldnt want no tenetion and no lock= no fingers, now time to wrap up for Xmas, cheerrs HH

  • 2
    Way to stiff to open!

    Posted by carpy on 11th Dec 2019

    Bought one of these last year as a xmas present as its uk carry with nice design. Unfortunately the person I bought it for never uses it as its scares them just trying to open the blade, never mind trying to fold it back up! So disappointed especially as the knife is obviously good quality. I would never buy another one just for the complete impracticality of opening and closing it. As a carpenter, hunter, fisherman et al I want tools that are good quality, easy to use and practical. If something is made out of the best materials known to man kind and designed to look fantastic that can't be used then its nothing more than a nice ornament. If I could swap it I would.

  • 5
    Reliable EDC

    Posted by PJB75 on 9th Jun 2019

    No point getting too arty about it's build, blade or function. This is just a very good reliable knife.

  • 4
    Recommended

    Posted by GRAHAM B on 3rd May 2019

    A VERY Strong Knife - Ideal to keep around children as they wont be able to open it and the risk of it closing on you is well nearly non existent - Ignore the nail slot completely and pinch the blade between finger and thumb ! - Takes a great edge and use a steel not a stone due to blade shape - Great All Rounder BUT Very Heavy - Great in the hand and legal too BUT a bit scary looking so don't flash about in public as Police will always think the worse !

  • 3
    Good to start with

    Posted by Scout Ed on 9th Nov 2018

    I never review things until I have used them for 6 months to a year. I bought one of these back in may, and its been in pocket everyday ever since. First impressions: A solid, robust, reliable knife. Safe to leave lying around the house (even my other half can't open it) a handy tool which should last a lifetime. Good sharp edge, maintained with a steel every so often. After 5 months: Its always performed well. Opening food packets, pruning bushes or camping tasks it wont let you down. (despite regular care) it has started to become stiffer as pocket fluff, and grit from regular use has built up. There is now a grinding noise when opening and closing. Grit must have worked its way into the baring. sometimes it's fine, and other times the damn thing won't close. This becomes more alarming as it is so stiff anyway it could cause finger loss if it suddenly closes. Soaked in WD40 which has helped but the design of the knife means you cannot fully dismantle it, so have no hope of cleaning it properly. A real shame. Conclusion: A good knife. Robust and safe. Keeps a good edge. I can recommend it as a edc, just mabey keep it in a Maxpedition, case or bag. Not in your pocket.

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by James Bruce on 5th Jun 2018

    Order arrived within the customary 24 hours as per usual. Fantastic service. This knife is very difficult to open, very difficult to close. Both these attributes making it almost as safe as a locking folder in my opinion. Has a huge nail nick to help open the blade but would advise against using it unless you want to snap a fingernail, but there is plenty of exposed blade to grip onto when you want to deploy the nicely shaped blade. Not likely to join my UK legal carry rotation however as it is SO HEAVY in your pocket. Most likely to find a home in a jacket or my man bag or the car. Quality, for the price is good (blade has a few minor blemishes on it) and most importantly, the thing is razor sharp right out of the very nice box. Made a numbered list of the UK legal folders I now have in my collection and was a bit surprised that the Worldwide takes the number owned up to 41. 41 !!! Made my eyes water thinking about how much money this has cost me over the years. Not to mention the lock knives I have that can no longer leave the house and the several fixed blades I own !!!!

  • 5
    Excellent little knife

    Posted by Dave on 22nd Apr 2018

    Bought this to try and stay on the right side of the law. Excellent little kinife not much smaller than my Spyderco Tenacious but with a smaller non locking blade. Good strong spring mechanism means secure in use But tricky to fold up. My only criticism is the ridges on the back of the blade are very crisp and therefore quite sharp Ive rubbed them over with emery paper which has helped a bit. I feel they could be better finished. The blade is a nice shape and very sharp - its a pleasure to use. Highly recommended.

  • 5
    Chunky but nice

    Posted by Barry on 3rd Nov 2017

    This is a very chunky EDC and you know you've got it in your pocket. Very strong spring and needs a good grip to open it. Otherwise, it's very sharp and feels good in the hand and nice to use. Excellent service from HH - ordered 15 mins before next day delivery deadline and received it before 10.00am the following morning.

  • 5
    Excellent and sturdy EDC

    Posted by m.b.22 on 16th Oct 2017

    Pros and cons: + very sturdy and robust build quality + nicely shaped blade + blade made of AUS-8 steel, retains its edge very well + half-way stop facilitates opening and closing the knife + legal to carry in most countries in the world, which is quite a feat considering the overly paranoid knife laws in many countries - on my example, the blade wasn't exactly razor-sharp OOTB - *definitely* requires *two* hands to open -- it's supposed to be that way, but those with weaker hands might actually have problems opening this knife. The spring is *that* strong. - knife looks like a dangerous tool to the uninitiated, which *might* be a problem when some over-zealous police officers are spotting this knife in public. Conclusion: Those looking for a legal and extremely robust EDC knife (and have two strong hands to operate it) can't go wrong with this Boker Worldwide.

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