If you missed the opportunity to purchase your Boker D2 Stub at the 2019 SHOT Show, it’s not too late.
Get yours while you can.
The blade is manufactured of D2 grade tool steel and features a serial number. This tiny knife is workhorse, thanks to it’s very hard D2 tool steel blade.
Good fit and finish. Adequately sharp out of the box. Small and light just right for clipping on the inside of gym shorts and not get in the way. It took me a little while to get used to opening and closing it one handed, training my left hand to open and close it is my next task.
Cuts well. No problems with cardboard, tape, rubber matting and paper. The clip was very tight when it arrived. I had to bend it a little to make it more user friendly. It is a good stout clip that you don't need to worry about it catching on something and getting bent out of shape.
The carbon fiber looks great. This may be the knife that goes with me when I have to wear a suit and tie.
Looks like it will be a handy knife to have on me.
Without a tool, it's difficult for me open the wrapper of tiny pieces of candy or electronic parts, open child locks, and or even open some regularly packaged mail. This is my new EDC knife which will make it easier for me to do day to day tasks.
It locks firmly, can be opened easily with one hand (despite its size), is light enough that I forget I am even wearing it, and has a very docile short blade (that manages to have enough belly).
This tiny knife nestles perfectly into my palm when I open it. It opens easily and offers a large cutting area with a belly compared to its tiny, tiny size.
This knife fits easily in a coin pocket, on a keychain, or anywhere else you might put a knife.
It can be opened with either your left or right hand, although right hand is more comfortable. It is tip up carry with a strong detent. The carbon fiber material is very nice and feels strong, although I have yet to use the blade much. However I can tell the lockbar, detent, pivot mechanism have been machined well. Its action is smooth out of the box. The pivot screw is not easy access. It is under the pocket clip and requires a torx screwdriver.