|Blade length:||3.5 in|
|Blade thickness:||0.10 in|
|Total length:||8.1 in|
|Blade material:||CPM S-35VN|
Almost no other Boker Plus model series has seen this much demand and been offered in as many versions in recent years. We are now elevating the series to a new standard with the new models by presenting the Exskelibur as a titanium framelock. This particularly refined version is even thinner than the linerlock version and compels with the elegant contouring on both handle scales. The front scale consists of titanium, giving the knife an exceptional appeal. In order to meet the particularly exclusive expectations placed on these models, we also spared no expense for the blade steel and selected the powdered-metal CPM-S35VN as the appropriate material. The blade is given a fine horizontal hand-applied satin finish that ideally harmonizes with the matte, bead-blasted titanium. All models have the characteristic blue-anodized titanium clip, which can be converted from tip-down to tip-up. As a result, the Exskelibur framelocks represent the tip of the spear for Boker Plus and elevate the already extremely popular design to the next level. The handle thickness of this fascinating gentlemen's knife is barely 9 mm at its thickest point (measured without clip). Two small, dowel-shaped spacers are used to visually accentuate the lightness of the handle, thus presenting the handle a completely open design.
The Knife Maker from South Africa is particularly known for his extremely light-weight Gentleman Pocketknives. Mike Skellern, who has also participated several times in the annual Knife Makers Fair in Solingen, has designed the Eskelibur series with big success. This design is one of the most popular designs in the Boker Plus range.
In close cooperation with international acknowledged experts from military, police and security we develope and test tactical knives for the professional user. Boker Plus knives are innovative in terms of function and design, as well as guaranteed for everyday use. Conception, design and construction are carried out in Solingen, and production takes place in Europe, the USA and Asia.Show items