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Boker Plus XS Satin

18+
€57,26
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The Boker Plus XS Satin scores with one-handed operation, a slipjoint mechanism, G-10 scales on both sides and a reversible clip. The unusually strong spring for a slipjoint provides a high degree of handling safety even without a lock. The 440C blade has generous thumb ramp with jimping, and together with the textured grip provides plenty of control for any cutting chore. The deep index finger groove not only gives additional support, but also offers the option to choke up on the knife or to hold it regularly, providing an even greater range of uses. An ideal companion, anytime – anywhere.
SKU:
01BO539
GTIN
Brand:
Boker Plus
Colour:
Black
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
7.7000
Overall Length:
18.2000
Blade Material:
440C Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.27
Cutting Edge:
6.8
Grind:
Hollow
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
10.4000
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
G10
Handle Colour:
Black
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
113
Lock Type:
Non-locking
360 Viewer Path:
/product360/01BO539/01BO539.xml
Newest:
2016-04-28 00:00:00
Designer:
Chad Los Banos
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
49.9500
GTIN:
04045011130359

Description


The Boker Plus XS Satin scores with one-handed operation, a slipjoint mechanism, G-10 scales on both sides and a reversible clip. The unusually strong spring for a slipjoint provides a high degree of handling safety even without a lock. The 440C blade has generous thumb ramp with jimping, and together with the textured grip provides plenty of control for any cutting chore. The deep index finger groove not only gives additional support, but also offers the option to choke up on the knife or to hold it regularly, providing an even greater range of uses. An ideal companion, anytime – anywhere.

Specification


SKU:
01BO539
Brand:
Boker Plus
Colour:
Black
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
7.7000
Overall Length:
18.2000
Blade Material:
440C Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.27
Cutting Edge:
6.8
Grind:
Hollow
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
10.4000
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
G10
Handle Colour:
Black
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
113
Lock Type:
Non-locking
360 Viewer Path:
/product360/01BO539/01BO539.xml
Newest:
2016-04-28 00:00:00
Designer:
Chad Los Banos
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
49.9500
GTIN:
04045011130359

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  • 4
    Good Value!

    Posted by David S on 27th Jun 2020

    Just bought the OD Green/Stonewash D2 version - HH service was exemplary as always, less than 24 hours between order and (standard free) delivery!

    The knife is a brute - and a lot of material for the money. Should prove useful as an outdoor carry when/where you don't want to 'risk' a non-legal-UK carry even though you might have a good reason for carrying. It shows just how tough a knife you can get within sub-3" non-locking parameters - not unlike the Manly Wasp in that regard.

    The clip is plain ugly and unsuited to deep pocket carry (but it's easily removable), and the action is not exactly top-end. The half-stop could do with being a bit more pronounced on the return. The backspring has rather too much metal at the rear end, which makes the knife rather heavier than it could/should be. Those (minor enough) things apart, this is a well-made and good-value knife which you can buy with confidence - recommended,.

  • 4
    Excellent edc knife

    Posted by Roberta on 6th Jun 2020

    Perfect in almost every way except the thumbstud hurts the hell out of my thumb! As a guitarist my calluses are used to some abuse but even this was a bit harsh for me, i guess I'll just need to wait and see if it gets looser as time goes on. :)

  • 5
    The perfect UK EDC

    Posted by Iain on 2nd Oct 2018

    This knife feels right in the hand.
    Its one handed deployment is slick and easy.
    The long handle fits great.
    The backspring holds firm and gives confidence.
    The finger choil adds security.
    This pushes the limit of what's allowed in the UK.
    The pocket clip is not deep so does protrude a bit.
    I love this knife.
    Of course HH delivered within 24 hours of purchase.

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Chas on 10th Dec 2017

    I have now bought three of these, one of which my daughter has 'adopted'. Although I wouldn't like to do a lot of whittling or similar with the very square edged handle it is in all other respects excellent as a 'UK friendly' pocket knife. retains a good edge, good grip, easy to open one handed with a little practice, stable to work with thanks to the finger groove, pocket clip works well and at a price where if I lose it I won't cry... Personally, I find it excellent for what it is.

  • 5
    Update and a warning.

    Posted by Jez on 27th Sep 2017

    I have had this knife for long enough to fully assess it now and I am very impressed with it especially for the money, when one considers that a Spiderco UK is about £70 and this one is about £47. This knife is far more robust than the Spiderco and is less likely to close on one's fingers. The comment made in an earlier review about the back spring seems to have been fixed in mine, however one can still push it closed with a fore finger so legally it shouldn't be mistaken for a lock knife.
    However this comes with a WARNING - As Hennies put on their site themselves about UK carry knives, do not take this to places in which really a knife is not appropriate, such as a pub or club, or wave it around or show it to friends in public.
    It has come to my notice that this has lead to an incident of a person being arrested and the knife confiscated, the police were not friendly about it, and the desk Sergeant declared it to be a lock knife, which clearly it isn't, but none the less the person lost the knife and narrowly escaped being charged with possession of an offensive weapon.
    So BEWARE my advice is to please bear in mind where you carry any UK friendly knife and don't show it in public, people are likely to over react very badly in current national circumstances.
    Otherwise we will find these type of knives banned as well.

  • 5
    Great quality from Boker

    Posted by Jez on 14th Sep 2017

    I got this knife today, and so far I am really impressed with it. I have a Boker Plus Worldwide, and that is terrific quality for the money, I hoped this one would be the same and it certainly seems to be.
    The opening is easy with the thumb stud and it clicks into place when fully open with a nice solid satisfying click. The joint is stronger than a Spiderco, but one can still push it closed with a forefinger, so it can't be mistaken for a lock knife, that, and the length of the blade make it possible to carry it legally. The weight is reasonable too, heavier than a Spiderco but much lighter than the Boker Plus, so easily an EDC.
    The blade was easily paper cutting sharp out of the box, and seems to be sturdy and a useful shape for cutting.
    I have a Shrade lock knife and I have spotted a weak spot in that, the opening action depends on the life of a thin plastic washer each side of the blade, no such issue with this Boker though.
    So, so far I would recommend it, I would also recommend the Shrade as for £27 it is one hell of a sturdy knife, if the washers give way, I will probably take the knife to pieces and replace the plastic washers with metal ones, obviously that is not legal to carry due to it being fitted with a frame lock but is useful on one's own property for many jobs, as it is a very slick opening action and is one handed opening allowing one to hold on to the twine or whatever one is cutting without any fear of it closing on you.
    The Boker is less likely to close on you than many penknives such as a Spiderco, but not resistant enough to be confused with a lock knife by the authorities.
    Hennies of course provided their usual incredibly fast service, I only ordered it on line last night and got it this morning. Hennies are in my opinion definitely the best, and my only supplier of knives and gear.

  • 2
    dreadful backspring

    Posted by Frank on 9th Sep 2017

    Got a Boker Plus X/S satin and, IMHO, it's *****. Don't be misled by all the talk about the really strong backspring as clearly Boker have taken the complaints of some moaners about the spring being too stiff for their itsy bitsy teeny weeny fingers to heart and the spring now is a joke, and is weaker than a weak thing. I sent min back and spoke to HH and talked to Nick, a great guy, who told me to wait till the new batch of the green handled Boker Plus X/S came in. So I ordered the green version to see if the spring had been altered on this and I'm delighted to say the spring on the green handled version is fantastic! Forget this knife, unless you like a blade that would fold on you faster than a fast thing, though you still have the choil, and go for the green handled version as it is excellent. So glad I waited.

  • 5
    can't believe it's legal!!!!

    Posted by mjw564 on 20th Jun 2017

    Just received the knife today and holy molly what a beast!!!, the slip joint mechanism is awesomely stiff but still usable with one hand, no manufacture defect marks whatsoever everything is square and aligned perfectly, should last a lifetime with proper maintenance and care A++++

  • 5
    The best

    Posted by IK on 18th Jun 2017

    A big legal carry but very functional.No complaints very happy with it. Excellent service from HH. Arrived very promptly, no fuss.