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.
Biker has done a good job introducing new, practical models in the past few years, and their D2 Stubs are at the top of the list. It is more pocket friendly than my trusty Spyderco Dragonfly with a more tried and true steel than VG10. (D2- what was old is new again!) The marbled CF is the nicest of the handle options, and a reasonable mark up in cost. All in all a great user.
I saw a fellow EDC enthusiast post about the Böker Stub and immediately became obsessed with getting one. I read reviews and watched videos and in all of them the tough, hardened reviewers started out seemingly set against liking it. Too small, dainty, etc. but every. Single. One. Loved it. You could hear it in their voice as the reviews progressed, see it on their faces.
I picked up one for myself and one for my husband and he had the same initial reaction. Most of our daily knife needs are cording and box opening. It’s freakin perfect.
It feels very solid in the hand, I’m able to operate it single-handed and the size helps me always have a knife on me no matter what I am wearing or where I am going. Pocket size and placement don’t limit my options they way they do with other knives. In love.
I got this same knife with green "glow" scales...both fun knives. Well-made and very sharp out of the box. Opening takes some practice, but one-hand comes easy.
An affordable stubby made with premium quality materials(CF, Titanium, D2). The Wharncliffe blade style makes tearing down boxes a breeze. The only change I would make is to add relief to the pocket clip as it is very stiff. Great price on a limited edition premium stubby.