As a self-confessed fan of the Filipino Martial Arts, it made sense for the Italian knife designer Alessandra De Santis from Hydra Design to design a Karambit knife for Boker Plus. The sickle-like knives have their origin in Southeast Asia and were preferably used for rice harvesting. The Boker Plus HEL Karambit, on the other hand, presents itself in a tactical guise. The satin Hawkbill blade made of 154CM works its way effortlessly through cardboard and ropes, while the gray G10 handle and the robust liner lock provide the necessary on-the-job safety. The light weight and high efficiency form the backbone of the pocket-knife named after the Norse goddess of the underworld. As an alternative to the silky-smooth flipper opening, the pocket-knife offers a screw-off thumb stud on the back of the blade, the shape of which also serves as a wave-opener. The characteristic angular design elements of Alessandra De Santis can be found in the striking G10 ring at the end of the handle. The convertible wire clip (tip-up) allows the knife to be carried flexibly. Supplied with a high-quality nylon pouch.
Overall Length: 6.69 inBlade Length: 2.40 inBlade Thickness: 0.11 inWeight: 3.28 ozBlade Material:
FlipperOpening: ManualLock Type: