Customer Reviews Of:
Boker Plus Chad Los Banos Hyper Pocket Knife - Folding
Closeouts. Compact, versatile and superlight, the Boker Plus CLB Hyper pocket knife boasts a rugged 440C stainless steel blade coated with titanium for extra strength, and a G-10 Grip-Zones handle that provides excellent grip in any carry position.
Average Rating based on 14 reviews 4.071428 0 5
Reviewed by barefoot from Seoul, South Korea on Wednesday, July 15, 2015Durable and well-made hands caught knife, feels a little heavy.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by covecrew from Trinidad on Friday, June 19, 2015Great little knife, come super sharp right out of the box. g10 side is very nice and feels good in your hands. Be careful when clipping back into your pocket, the thumb stud can push the blade open as it hits the top of your pocket, managed to graze my pocket liner pretty good.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by guidedog from so cal on Wednesday, April 8, 2015This is a great EDC knife. A bit large, bit handles and works well. Excellent blade.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by kestrel from Shelby, NC on Wednesday, January 14, 2015really nice knife, great clip and very shape out of box, a little hard to close with the small tap...
Verified Buyer Reviewed by canesfan79 from NC on Saturday, June 28, 2014Good lock up, no play, and smooth open/close
Reviewed by dr. fish from backwoods washington on Sunday, June 15, 2014this somewhat unconventional short, fat blade is a bit off-putting at first, but over time I've found it increasingly useful as a high quality, rugged utility knife for working in the shop/woods/barn/garden/lab - I've not found the shorter blade at all limiting, and appreciate the robustness of the overall geometry, kind of a minimalist bowie knife; the small folded size is quite convenient for stuffing in a pocket, so it's always available, and the open frame makes for easy cleaning after something messy like gutting fish or opening bags of fertilizer.
it also seems one of the rare exceptions for a quality knife made in china - somebody must be riding herd on their qc!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Backpacker John from Ohio on Friday, December 9, 2011Blade is too stubby for camping and cooking outdoors.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by old doctor from charlottesville, va on Friday, November 25, 2011Good work knife. Strong and sturdy with good lock.
- Best Uses: Sturdy work knife
- Cons: Bulky for casual carry
- Pros: Good "work" knife, Good locking mechanism, Hefty sound construction
Verified Buyer Reviewed by wildlife112 from Pryor, OK on Wednesday, November 16, 2011The knife came with a very good edge on it and seems to hold an edge very well. It has a slim profile and when in the pocket it can hardly be seen. It is very light and comfortable to carry. It quickly became my favorite everyday carry knife.
- Best Uses: Every day carry
- Cons: none
- Pros: Carries well in th pocket, Easy one hand opening, It came very sharp, It has a slim profile, Very good edge
Verified Buyer Reviewed by WIld BIll from Moving water on lower 48 on Tuesday, October 25, 2011An excellent field blade for the general outdoors. Many knives claim "EZ out, one handed operation." This one actually works in cold, wet, hurried conditions when fine motor coordination is below average. VERY IMPORTANT if you plan to use it as a sailing, canoeing, or kayaking aid. Its asymmetrical handle demonstrates the careful Boker/Chad Los Banos design. Very robust blade, but no serrations, or I'd rate it perfect: as is, still better than blades costing thrice the price.
- Best Uses: Backpacking, Camping, Canoeing, Sea Kayaking
- Cons: No serrated edge
- Pros: Easy out, Good clip engagement, Positive engagement, Sharp robust blade