Pros: Blade Material, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Lock Type, Handle Feel, None
Great money clip - odd, but neat, knife
I bought the Boker Plus Chad SUBCOM folder because it looked neat. The actual product was surprising in several ways. First, this is my first experience with the "Boker Plus" (mid range) knife from Boker. This one was made in Taiwan. I'm pleased to report the construction, craftsmanship and materials are all excellent. I previously bought a couple "Magnum - By Boker" knives (made in China) and found the quality somewhat lacking. The SUBCOM folder is an interesting little knife. Its money-clip function works perfectly. When you open the blade to use it as a knife, the blade profile (wide and short) make it somewhat awkward to use - sort of along the lines of a box cutter. It is nicely made and the blade is extremely sharp but for my usual purposes, not as handy as the SOG Access Card2, for example. Granted the SUBCOM is quite a bit less expensive than the Access Card2 and for the money it represents a pretty good bargain. I guess mostly it just isn't really my style, nevertheless, I carry it almost every day because the money clip works so well and in a pinch, the blade is reliable and nice and sharp, just kind of a funny shape.