Boker & CountyComm Ultra Day Glow D2 Stub Knife
Boker & CountyComm Ultra Day Glow D2 Stub Knife
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To call the Stub “compact” would be an understatement. Measuring 2.9 inches long from tip to pommel, this miniature folding knife is novel in its size, but highly functional in its form Read More

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dirkhdt
7
Mar 19, 2020
got mine yesterday - love the format, and it definitely glows. opening and closing is very good for such a short knife. but the pocket-clip - hmmm - hard to put in the pocket and clip is very stiff. i may "tune" it to make it less stiff.
amateriat
24
Mar 18, 2020
Recieved mine day before yesterday. So far, so good: opening/closing isn't too tedious once you get the gist of things. Absolutely keyring-friendly. Hopefully it holds up over time.
I've been shopping for a one hand opening coin pocket knife - if anyone has good suggestions I'd love to hear them.
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SylentKnight
103
Mar 6, 2020
kershaw has a hinderer designed assisted flipper: https://www.bladehq.com/item--Kershaw-Ember-3560--21528 I had one of these for a while and liked it. I either lost it or sold it. Unassisted, the Kershaw Cinder is a good choice. If you want to get fancy, the Rike Hummingbird is an unassisted flipper. I think they pop up on Drop occasionally for around $77 shipped. If you don't want to wait you can get them from Indiana Knives for around $100 https://indianaknives.com/search?q=hummingbird (BHQ has them for $135)
SylentKnight
103
Mar 6, 2020
The hummingbird compared to a standard bottle cap
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Qwervy
298
Mar 4, 2020
What is this about it being 1 in 1000 pieces?
SylentKnight
103
Mar 3, 2020
If you don't care about having black zytel and aus-8, BladeHQ and KnifeCenter have a similar knife for around $27 shipped: https://www.bladehq.com/item--Boker-Plus-DW-1-Frame-Lock-Knife--49513
Muj916
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Mar 5, 2020
Thanks for the website loved the products
Pointy
220
Mar 3, 2020
Why's it have to be so wide? I have a tiny folding knife on my keychain that's about half a centimeter wide and it's wide enough to cut through stuff.
Kavik
5172
Mar 2, 2020
Well, at least it's not a 3-4mm blade thickness on this one 🤣
Alfatrooper
14
Mar 2, 2020
I had purchased one of these on a sale a while back. It is hangs out in my car in case of emergencies. I like it, Not really hard to open, I have had no issues with the liner lock. Oner of these with the glow in the dark scale would be great to strap on the outside of a backpack, easy to find in the dark if needed.
Korbin
0
Mar 2, 2020
The liner lock (at least, on the regular, AUS8 model) breaks after a couple of days of regular use. It looks great, but having such a design flaw makes the (mini) folder useless...
ponagathos
492
Mar 2, 2020
I had an old Spyderco knife, Can not remember the name, a bit bigger than this one. Within 30 seconds, cut the hell out of my thumb trying to open it. I do not like knives this small but if you buy one, I suggest NOT trying to open it one handed.
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