Closeouts. Boker's Plus Clip tactical folding knife features a very unique design. The clip disappears into the handle when the blade is open for comfortable handling, reemerging when closed for efficient transport.
Reviewed by D. from Southeast US on Thursday, May 22, 2014
This knife was compelling because of the quality perceived based on the list price, value based on the STP price; and the steel type / blade size. It is the only Boker product I've seen. The fit / finish overall just do not indicate even the minimums expected from an $80 knife. There are no stainless liners as the G10 scales are the only supporting structure of the body. The blade is quite stout but arrived with only 'OK' sharpness. Other reviews have critiqued the clip design; unless specially handled the clip will not resurface before the blade contacts it before full closure. Although this system does leave a bit more to be desired I probably could have overlooked the clip quirks. This knife was returned because there are and likely will be better choices for the dollar spent.
Reviewed by Easy Morning Rebel from the bluegrass on Tuesday, May 22, 2012
The problem with this design is if you are applying any pressure to the pocket clip when closing this knife the retractable clip goes back into the handle preventing the blade from closing. If one practiced closing it without touching the clip it could be remedied but that shouldn't be necessary.
Reviewed by Joe from USofA on Friday, March 2, 2012
Useful for around the house and out in the woods. I wanted a sturdy knife with one hand access. The one handed opening was really stiff to start but has loosened up. The one handed closing is still difficult esp with the retractable clip which for a right hander, gets in the way of the blade as it is closing. The blade is sharp and has retained it's edge during my month of light usage. The blade is thick and looks like it can take some abuse. The handle is rough and slip resistant.