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Boker Boker Plus Subcom Titan Knife


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Product Description

The Subcom Folder from Chad Los Banos was one of the keystones of the Boker Plus lineup, and quickly became one of the most popular designs from Boker. As a show of appreciation to Chad and all the loyal fans of this exceptional knife concept, we are offering a very special version, and are proud to present the Subcom Folder as a Titanium Framelock. To maintain the original dimensions, the handle scales are CNC milled with maximum precision. The original handle pattern is also milled in the scale to show the bridging, just like the original. The two-tone titanium scales feature bead blasted and fine satin finished parts, creating, in combination with the titanium clip, a very distinctive appearance. Blade steel is high performance 440C stainless. A real Boker Plus classic in a modern, high tech package. Blade length: 1 7/8''. Overall length: 4 1/2''. Weight: 2.3 oz.

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    Very well made, very sturdy and very sharp.
    melt
    It is small and thin and fits almost perfectly in the coin pocket of my jeans, where I keep it clipped.
    grrradical
    The frame lock side had a missing ball detent making the blade stiff to open.
    Karl Fiesta

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    20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By harry on July 8, 2012
    Color Name: SilverSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    Length: 1:31 Mins
    I love this knife. It arrived today (07/07/2012) and I have to admit, if I lost it right now, I would order another one immediately.

    In my video I try to show the frame lock engaging... I don't have a lot of experience with frame locks. My Kershaw Leek does about 50 percent, my Boker does a bit less at times. I would consider this a con if it was a tactical folder, but, since it isn't, I don't have a problem with nudging it in deeper with my thumb.

    This knife feels great in my hand! The width of the handle is perfect. When compared to my leek, which is much more knife, the boker just feels much better to handle.

    One thing that I bugged me a little bit is the money clip. Where it is positioned it pushes directly against the frame lock, when closing with one hand, keeping the lock from disengaging. It just takes some getting used to or the money clip can be removed with the allen wrench that comes with the knife. Not even close to a deal breaker though.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By fiddlerboy on September 15, 2011
    Color Name: SilverSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    This is a really cool little knife. The "defect" the other reviewer mentions is the portion of the titanium handle that must move to lock the blade open - its NOT a defect. Boker has designed it this way.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Francis C. on August 16, 2013
    Color Name: SilverSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    Let me clear about something from the start. I am reviewing a 33 something dollar knife. Fine me a Benchmade or Zero Tolerance knife in this price range, and we'll talk. Second, I am a knife user, not a collector (although my wife may beg to differ on that one!). I appreciate good design and good quality. And for 33 bucks, I'll be quite happy if it has those two! I'll leave the perfect tolerances and perfect looks for a higher priced knife, all I expect for this price is for it to WORK WELL and not break.

    With all of that said, this is hands down my favorite knife, and the one I carry every day. I have carried various benchmade and spyderco knives every day for years, but I recently moved to a country that does not permit any knives longer than 2" (and even then, the police officer is free to interpret the law in just about any manner he sees fit). So I had to put my benchmades into storage and go looking for some new EDC knives that would be legal. In short, THIS. IS. IT. The design is brilliant, best SMALL folder that I've ever found to still be useful in it's assigned job of replacing my full size folder. I'm not going to talk bad about a small Swiss Army style folder, they are very useful and in fact I carry a tiny little Leatherman PS4 for just those uses... but it can't REPLACE a full size benchmade. This boker Subcom Titan almost does. I'd still prefer my benchmade, given the choice.... but if you live anywhere with restrictive knife laws, like I do, THEN THIS IS THE ALTERNATIVE OPTION THAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR!

    This knife is rock solid in the hand and gives you tremendous control while cutting with it.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By SharpBuyer on February 22, 2011
    Color Name: SilverSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    The blade is small, but highly functional. The thumbstuds make for easy opening. However, the knife is small, so one may need to practice opening it, initially. Despite it being diminutive, one can truly grip this knife. It can be used as a money clip and is light-weight. The knife is great to look at and even better to use. I payed $35 for it. I would pay $50 max.
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    8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Sebastian on March 5, 2013
    Color Name: SilverSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    I had been looking for a small knife that would securely fit in my coin pocket and not have a plastic handle. When I came across the Subcom Titan, I ordered it immediately and with great expectation.

    Upon receipt, I looked over the knife. At first glance, it looked fabulous. I then noticed that when closed, the blade was nowhere near centered but instead, pressed-up against the inside. I then opened the knife and found that the locking mechanism just barely touched the end of the blade. It came as no surprise that by applying pressure to both the blade and body (as one would to close a small non-locking folder) that the locking mechanism gave way and the blade closed. Lastly, and to my complete chagrin, the blade feels sharp, but it just seems difficult to cut anything with this knife unless the blade is pressed down onto a solid surface. This combined with the size /shape of the blade made it impossible to open envelopes.

    An adjustment wrench was provided with the knife and I used it to tighten the screw connecting the blade to the body. This did bring the blade off the inside, still nowhere near center. After this adjustment, I could not open the knife. OK, back to the original tension on the adjustment screw.

    The Subcom is a wonderful looking knife and it fits perfectly into the coin pocket of my jeans without printing in any way, nor causing any discomfort when sitting. Unfortunately, the knife is made in China and there appears to be zero quality control. Perhaps I just got a bad one. I would pay twice the price for this knife if it worked correctly. I suppose I could take it apart and do a bit of filing to make the liner lock function correctly. The shape of the blade and it's inability to cut unless pressed down does not seem like it can't be corrected.
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