Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Lock Type, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Pocket Clip, None
So, the Boker Wasabi is clearly a fairly light duty knife. That being said, it excells in that role. Super light, small in the pocket, thinner blade stock, addictive front flipper action. That's a lot of value for around $50 right there. Then taking into account my example is perfectly centered and has nice even grinds I haven't found on knives costing 2-3x as much. The perceived value only rises. My only gripe is with Boker never giving options on clip orientation...but tip down is ok I suppose. As a lefty I want the blade back at the seam of my pocket for safety, but I wish they'd accommodate tip up left handed. If Boker starts doing that, my wallet will take a beating. Thanks for reading,and if your on the fence...go for it.