Boker & CountyComm Dreed Titanium Frame Lock Knife
Boker & CountyComm Dreed Titanium Frame Lock Knife
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Designed by Danish knifemaker Mikkel Willumsen, the Dreed makes tough cuts look easy—and most knives look boring. The knife’s solid titanium frame presents like an armored shell, and acts like one too Read More

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Winchester
0
Oct 30, 2020
I have one of these and the thumb stud flip is very rough. You have to hold it a very specific way. I’d say that this is the worst thumb stud knife I own. The flipper isn’t very good either but it’s serviceable. The scales are definitely the best thing about it. Unfortunately, you don’t cut with them. Given the chance to go back and not buy it, I would have saved my money. Even if I didn’t spend much on it.
Jakob
250
Oct 29, 2020
Got to be honest, Boker rarely produces a knife that appeals to me. Sad really, being such an old company with lots of history but they just cannot come up with anything. Gerber went through this but have started making some great, made in the US, knives. Boker, go back to your roots, start making some more basic, usable blades. Make a series of outdoor fixed blades using a good carbon steel, like 52100 but with a really good heat treat ( this stuff can be crazy good) and with a nicely rounded micarta handle, sharpened spine, drop point, made in Germany.
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PNWNative
349
Oct 27, 2020
How did I miss this atrocity?
Co8cohki
19
Oct 26, 2020
Looks veiny
Glen8
578
Oct 25, 2020
Honestly does anyone think this even looks good? That is straight up ugly
CrimsonSkoll
52
Oct 25, 2020
So does it have a cheese grater along the landing path of the flipper or not? I’m only paying that money for 440 if there’s a bit of danger involved.
method_burger
488
Aug 23, 2020
boker titan is roughly the same dimensions and steel for 40$, except its about half as heavy so basically.... the extra 50$ comes from 2oz of extra titanium, milling, better hardware, and royalties... somethings not right about these numbers.
Jeffster2112
34
Aug 23, 2020
89$ for a knife with 440c steel?! That’s robbery! You’d be better off going out and buying a ganzo for 15$ that has the same steel! How is this valued at 150$!? This is borderline a scam!
riffrafff
90
Aug 22, 2020
My last Boker Plus was made in Taiwan; where is this one made?
Glen8
578
Aug 26, 2020
I notice they seldom show the side of the blade that has the country of origin on it.
balakay43
55
Oct 25, 2020
As if it matters. If you know anything about boker then you know the plus and magnum models aren't made in Germany.
Cdoyle
374
Aug 22, 2020
design is cool but ive sworn off Boker. More misses than hits in my experience.
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