Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm
Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10 - CountyComm

Boker Key Chain Slip Joint Knife ~ Custom Coyote Taupe G10

Regular price $24.95
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Exclusive, LIMITED RELEASE!


SERIALIZED RUN of 1000 pieces,
with only 500 units available for sale at this time!!!

  - Serial Number Marking On Back Of Blade
  - Weight Only 1 Ounce

Smaller Than Our Boker Slip Joint Multi Tool - Perfect For Your Key Chain!

*This Knife Is Custom Made by Boker, and Exclusively Available Only At  Countycomm.

 

This simple single blade knife was inspired by the knife that Grandpa used to carry. It is a gentleman’s knife that is small enough to fit in the coin pocket of your jeans (or even attached to a watch chain), but large enough, and constructed well enough for everyday use. The subdued Custom Coyote Taupe G10 handle both makes a visual statement, as well as making the knife harder to loose.

 

That’s where the similarity to Grandpa’s knife ends. The Key Chain Slip Joint knife’s modern construction, has two solid steel liners, embedded between two contoured Custom Coyote Taupe G10 handle scales make this knife stand out from the crowd. The blade is mirror polished Swedish Sandvik 12C27 steel, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-60 HRC, providing outstanding edge retention of it’s hollow ground blade. The attention to manufacturing detail, coupled with its quality parts provide for smooth blade action. This is sure to be the heirloom knife that will be appreciated when you pass it on.

 

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty through Boker USA.

 

OVERALL LENGTH

4.80"

BLADE LENGTH

2"

SHARPENED LENGTH

1.9"

BLADE THICKNESS

0.075"

BLADE MATERIAL

Swedish Made Sandvik 12C27 (Marked on Blade)

CLOSED LENGTH

2.76"

HANDLE THICKNESS

0.37"

HANDLE MATERIAL

Custom Coyote Taupe - Matte Finish G10 Fiberglass Laminate

LINErs

Stainless, Solid

WEIGHT

1 oz.

Video Above Represents The Model Which We Offer In Different Colors.

Customer Reviews

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C.Y.
Not as sharp as the orange 2-blade model

Otherwise very nice. For me I like the utility of the second blade, but the taupe single blade model is also very nice. Light, compact, handy, good quality, but the open and close is just a little gritty compared to the Orange model. Dunno if worth sending for service. I keep that one in a drawer and EDC the Orange. The taupe is a tiny bit thinner and lighter if that matters. If the blade were sharper and the action smoother it would merit 5 stars.

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K.A.
Wonderful little knife

It's been in my pocket everyday for two weeks. I carry small knives like this as a backup, but I find myself using this more than my primary knife around the office. The walk and talk on this little slip joint is as good as some of my premium traditionals, and the g10 scales feel exquisite in hand.

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B.
So much utility in a tiny package

Boker really nailed it with this line of knives and this smallest version LOOKS almost like a gimmick because it's so small but THIS IS NO GIMMICK.

I carry this thing daily for thousands of general daily uses and it spends hours in my studio cutting paper and canvas, trimming paint brushes, sharpening pencils and charcoal, whittling wood, opening packages etc. etc.

One of the handiest little tools I own and the price is spot on, especially for the really nice fit and finish you get.

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l.
Very Quality For Such An Inexpensive Knife.

I’ve been collecting knives for 30 years and for $14.99, this little guy is surprisingly quality built. Very substantial feel and came very sharp.

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P.J.
A fine knife

I have owned knives since the very early 60's.

As a Metal Smith, I have made several Good knives, One sold for $125 to a "Suisse Chef" . . . So, I think I know a little about Blades and cutting.

This Boker is the first Knife that I have bought in a While, thaat was "Shaving Sharp" out of the Package. It is NOW my EDC & light enough that its carried on my Titanium Dog Tag Chain (same source, right here!).

I like all of its features, but the Best One is the DEPTH of the fingernail groove for opening it! (that is, After the Type of Steel, Blades design Etc.).

You can spend MORE Money on a knife of its size, and not get As GOOD a blade as what this has!

As a Side Note, they are serialized. What are the ODDS of getting one shipped to you, and the serial number is your BIRTHDATE???? True Story!


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