Pros: Ease of Opening, Blade Material, Handle Feel, Weight, Blade Sharpness, Lock Ease of Use, None
Cons: Pocket Clip
Great Knife with Big Flaws
Quick summery: Knife would be a perfect Gentleman's knife/EDC but out of the box the fit and finish was less than what you should expect from Boker. After 1 week I couldn't carry it any more. Stripped screws and a loose clip. I purchased this knife over a year ago to use as a gentleman's knife/deep pocket carry. On the surface this knife is great. The materials are great, wood or G10 grips, titanium frame, pocket clip, and lock, VG10 steel blade. All of that adds up to one durable and lightweight knife. When it arrived it felt great in the hand. The action was super smooth, and out of the box the blade was razor sharp. My only complaint is that the clip wasn't super tight to the knife, didn't secure it to the pocket at all. I tried to remove the clip but I found that the knife had arrived with the screws stripped. Since I planned on carrying it deep pocket I figured it didn't matter. About a week later I had the knife clipped to my pocket (why I don't know considering the state the clip came in as I had just mentioned) when I caught the clip on my backpack as I was shouldering it. It pulled the knife right out of my pocket. When I went to put the knife back into my pocket I noticed the clip had gotten bent. It pulled away from the frame about 1/3 of an inch. Since the clip is sticking out its super awkward to carry as it gets snagged when taking it and out of my pocket and I can't bend it back, I tried only to get the wood grips scratched up and it still isn't fixed. I can't remove the clip because of the stripped screws.