Pros: Blade Sharpness, Ease of Opening, Blade Material, Weight, Handle Material, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Handle Feel, Lock Ease of Use
There are probably better options
I have to qualify this review by saying that I am a big fan of Boker Plus products. I own the fixed blade Escrima Fighting Knife and the Wagner Urban Survival folding knife, and I am very happy with the quality of those knives, especially when I consider their affordable price. So I was extremely disappointed when I received this knife. It seemed like a great idea and it had the great Boker Plus price. However, when I got it, the screws on the clip were ready to fall off and could not be tightened until I fixed the clip itself with a pair of pliers. The base of the clip that screwed onto the knife was so badly bent that it jammed the screws from tightening. However, that was not the worst fit and finish issue with this knife. This is a knife with essentially a handle that only covers one side of the blade when it is closed. I've carried CRKT folding KISS and PECK knives before with a similar design concept and had no fear of getting my hands or clothing cut by the exposed side of the blade. That was because those knives had a pretty tight seal between the handle and the blade that edge was not exposed so it would cut anything while folded. However, the Boker Plus Credit Card knife had such a big gap from the handle and the blade that it pretty much left the blade edge exposed. With the edge exposed, he blade is likely to cut pants or a wallet liner when stored and also likely to cut a hand when reached for. It's a great design needing better fit and finish, so my particular knife has been relegated to paper weight status at this point.