The Boker Plus Wildcat demonstrates designer Boris Manasherov's understanding of ergonomics and the importance of intuitive knife handling. The modified D2 blade is powered by a ball bearing pivot, and opens effortlessly with the use of either the thumb hole or flipper. A finger ring is left accessible above the pocket when carried for quick draw during critical moments.
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This knife is a great option for an everyday carry knife. I would usually not say that about a karambit because of the main use of them as a tactical knife in today's mindset. However this wonderful gem has a more utilitarian feel in use than some other karambits in my collection. Rides in the pocket well and has a reassuring presence about it.
This knife is very well made for the price. You get a D2 blade and ball bearings which let the blade fly out.Some of the angles are a little sharp but nothing to bad. besides that the fit and finish of the knife is amazing for the price. don't get it as an edc blade this is obviously a fighting knife and that's what it will do best
I love this karambit. Great ergonomics, easy open as you would expect from a fighting knife. Boker is quality, full stop. Getting the bigger brother, and will likely give this to my wife. I have very large hands, and while this unit feels and functions perfectly, a slightly larger size will be even better.
It is an awesome knife. I've had it in last three months and the bearing on pivot works just as day one. The D2 blade has been through many cuts but it's still shaving sharp and no need for sharpening yet. The Laminated G10 handle is outstanding and sits just perfect in my big hands. I really recommend this knife.
Awesome knife in a little package
Definitely smaller than I thought and I don't consider myself to have big hands. Still a really fun knife that I can't seem to keep from playing with. If its your first Karambit then go for it if not pass and spend some money.
This knife looks mean. It opens smoothly and it comfortable in most any position. It rests well in your pocket, is easy to withdraw, and the action is smooth. While it's not on par with some of the more combative karambits, this little dude will certainly intimidate when deployed because of the unique shape of the blade. Mine came razor sharp as has help up well in use. The handle is smooth and despite my slightly larger-than-average hands it is comfortable to hold. My only complaint is the lack of rapid deployment in a self defense situation, but as an EDC for work this is a very good knife.
I just feel for the price it would feel like a more expensive knife. But it's priced a tad high in my opinion. That being said, decent karambit with good mechanics. About $20 too high. It's not a traditional curved/crescent blade karambit so if you're into martial arts and/or tactical combatives, it will take getting used to. Overall - decent fun knife. A little pricey (but most karambits are).
The blade shape and handle look great, but I could never find a comfortable grip. To me, it seemed a bit smaller than expected. Action is smooth and quick, lockup is great, and fit/ finish is excellent...maybe it's just my ergo preferences, but the awkward grip made it an immediate no-go as an EDC. Good price point, and nicely assembled - if you're ok with the ergonomics.