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Boker Sporting Knife

18+
£109.95
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Boker produce the knives that you remember your grandfather owning but with the very latest steels and technology. Part of the `Tree Brand` Classic range it features a sub three inch blade, making it legal to carry in the UK, corkscrew, bradawl, small clip point blade, screwdriver, bottle opener, can opener and corkscrew.
SKU:
110182R
GTIN
Brand:
Boker
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.0000
Overall Length:
15.8000
Blade Material:
AUS 4034 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
Warranty:
1 Year
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
8.9000
Pocket Clip:
No
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
98
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
107.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
GTIN:
04045011000669

Description


Boker produce the knives that you remember your grandfather owning but with the very latest steels and technology. Part of the `Tree Brand` Classic range it features a sub three inch blade, making it legal to carry in the UK, corkscrew, bradawl, small clip point blade, screwdriver, bottle opener, can opener and corkscrew.

Specification


SKU:
110182R
Brand:
Boker
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
6.0000
Overall Length:
15.8000
Blade Material:
AUS 4034 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.2
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
Warranty:
1 Year
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
8.9000
Pocket Clip:
No
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
98
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2014-01-28 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
107.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
GTIN:
04045011000669

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Reviews


  • 5
    SUPERB KNIFE, Learn how to use one!

    Posted by Norman Price on 19th Apr 2017

    ABSOLUTLEY PERFECT GENTS KNIFE, I had mine for my 40th some years ago and am going to get one for my brothers this year and thought I need to leave a review as it looks like somebody has a bee in there bonnet. There is no way any blade would fold up if you were using it correctly, the workmanship is superb its German, yes blades ate thin but no one moans about a SAK do they. Its a traditional knife made traditional ways so aslong as you know what you are getting then there is no issue. My advice would be to get one as pass down knife or a gift to give to someone who know hows to use a knife. Not sure about the personal slur about BMW but they are fare better equipped than the Swedish you just spec it tyo what you are willing tro pay!!

  • 1
    OOPS -DANGER DANGER DANGER-...

    Posted by N W Morrison on 13th Apr 2017

    Here is another follow up of the stag sporting knife. Earlier this week I went to sharpen my sons pencil as I did not have my regular carry knife at hand, I picked up the sportsman. Using the small blade for the first time (several years since got it) the Blade folded in on me unexpectantly. I was planning to gift this knife to one of my sons BUT NO CHANCE I would rather bin it. its been one of the worst knives I have ever owned.. SORRY TO SAY IT LETS DOWN THE GOOD NAME OF BOKER.
    which is very sad indeed (If this had been a car then it would be on a recall) As this was a 50 th birthday knife I HAVE HAD NOTHING BUT DISAPPOINTMENT FROM DAY 1

  • 2
    Disappointing

    Posted by Sam Skittle on 8th Nov 2015

    I have the most expensive flagship Boker Sportmesser Oak version of this knife, which is identical to the Boker Sporting Knife except for the scales, which are of smoked' oak on the Sportmesser Oak, as opposed to the stag bone scales fitted to the Sporting Knife'.

    Your reviewer N W Morrison said:

    I've had this knife for a while now and still no happier with it after 3 weeks the small logo insert fell out the tin opener doesn't work well (stick with Swiss army)¦'

    In my case the Boker Tree Brand' circular logo medallion on my version of this knife was already sticking out at an angle from the (flat oak) surface of the handle scale when the knife arrived, never mind after three weeks of use! My attempts to glue this small metal disc back in flush with the surrounding surface of the flat handle scale failed, and so it remains stuck at a slight angle to its surroundings!

    After my experience with the bottle opener on my version of this knife I have never even tried to use the tin opener on my flagship Boker Sportmesser Oak, but looking at this tool closely I have no doubt that NW Morrison's statement that it doesn't work very well' (Stick with Swiss Army) is absolutely correct!

    The bottle opener on my flagship Boker Sportmesser Oak (and on all other versions of this knife, since the only variation between the various versions is restricted to the handle material) does not, in fact, open bottles! Because there is so little metal at the critical hook point' of the bottle-opening tool on my example of this product I have almost ruined this blade by trying to micro-fettle it so it at least approximates to the flawless bottle-opening performance of any Swiss Army knife. Which is a great shame, because the flagship Boker Sportmesser Oak (and its stag-handled brother) are both nice-looking and generally well-made traditional products'.

    Considering that this knife in all its variations is far more expensive than all Swiss Army products featuring a comparable number of blades/tools, or indeed, is far more expensive than those SAKs offering many more on-board tools, the basic failings of Boker's equivalent to the SAK which have been reported by more than one purchaser/user of this product represent unforgiveable, unaddressed over time by Boker, basic design flaws, frankly!

    The myth of absolute German superiority in design, engineering, and manufacturing (hence their very high pricing regime) is, therefore, once more shown to be just that - a myth! Try driving over the Pennines in a snow storm in a BMW compared with my comparatively cheaper, much better finished and trimmed (and actually more attractive!) Volvo, and you will soon come to appreciate this fact, just before you skid off the road and into a ditch - or worse!

  • 4
    Nice looking knife

    Posted by Jose Miguel Jimenez on 21st Mar 2014

    The blade is thin, I agree, but is made out of good Steel, and is a beautiful solid pocket knife. It isn't cheap all right, but is nice to own it. I don't feel I threw my money away by buying it. And yes, I does remind me of my grandfather type of knives.

  • 3
    dissapointing

    Posted by David leavy on 11th Feb 2012

    Beautiful looking knife but I agree with other review, the knife is not worth the money it's springs are weak and therefore there is not much snap to the blades. For this price I was expecting a premium knife very dissapoining I have 15.00 rough rider knives that are better made.