Boker Dreed Titanium Pocket Knife - Final Run Exclusive! - CountyComm
Boker Dreed Titanium Pocket Knife - Final Run Exclusive! - CountyComm
Boker Dreed Titanium Pocket Knife - Final Run Exclusive! - CountyComm
Boker Dreed Titanium Pocket Knife - Final Run Exclusive! - CountyComm
Boker Dreed Titanium Pocket Knife - Final Run Exclusive! - CountyComm

Boker Dreed Titanium Pocket Knife - Final Run Exclusive!

Regular price $150.00 Sale price $98.95
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The Boker Plus Dreed is an incredible titanium pocket knife, designed by the Danish designer Mikkel Willumsen. His distinct taste can immediately be recognized in this tough knife. The hollow-grind blade might look simple, but is complemented by the handle. It is, after all, spectacularly formed and enhanced with cool design elements. Willumsem pays a lot of attention to detail. The screw for the frame, the pivot and the thumb stud are (practically) identical. With the flipper or the thumb studs you can quickly open the blade. The framelock keeps the blade In place. To prevent a sticky lock or premature wear and tear the framelock has been enhanced with a steel insert.

Specifications
  • Blade Length: 3.50"
  • Overall Length: 8.25"
  • Blade Material: 440C Stainless Steel
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Blade Finish: Stonewash
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Handle Color: Gray
  • Locking Mechanism: Frame Lock
  • Pocket Clip: Tip-Up, Right Carry
  • Designer: Mikkel Willumsen
  • Weight: 5.4 oz.

 

 

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Customer Reviews

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Dave B (Tracy, US)
Great knife

Purchased this knife since it was in sale. Has a very sharp blade and easy to open as if it was assisted open. The only flaw is the liner lock. It is almost impossible to unlock the blade to fold it one hand due to the design and lack of a cut out.

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Ryan (Greenville, US)
Magnetic Stainless?

I do believe 440C has the highest amount of carbon than all of the 400 series steels. Often used in bearings, it's rust resistant, but nothing an occasional light oiling won't fix. As far as a knife steel, it's an oldie but a goodie. Not hard to sharpen but holds a decent edge, in my experience.
I do like some of the 'Super Steels' , but I still have, and use some older 440C and 440HC blades that have held up nicely over 2 decades.

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Chad Bell (Herkimer, US)
I don't understand chemistry

How could something that's 80% iron be magnetic?!

Also, it's called stainless so that means it should never rust ever no matter how poorly I treat it!

I'm the smartest person ever, so I find no need to do a 5 second Google search so I will show everyone how much I know about the product I spent $100 on by leaving a review!

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James Aswell (Wake Forest, US)
Boker Dreed Titanium Pocket Knife

Great design, premium materials, great price. A handful of Ti and very sharp steel. A bargain!

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Chad Bell (New York, US)
Nice but I wouldn’t call this Stainless Steel

1st off within the last 2 weeks I began seeing surface rust on the blade...I thought Stainless Steel was supposed to be rust resistant?

2nd True Stainless Steel isn’t supposed to be magnetic...is it? This blade has way too much Carbon in it.

FAIL


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