Böker Plus Kerberos 01BO266 pocket knife, Sam Lurquin and Raphaël Durand design
The Böker Plus Kerberos was designed by Sam Lurquin and Raphael Durand. Two famous knife makers who joined forces for this project. The result is a stunning gentleman's knife, made from top-quality materials. The design of the Kerberos looks a lot like the Frelon. The main difference is the addition of a thumb disc and the slightly larger size. Unlike the Frelon, the Kerberos can be opened with one hand.
The blade is made from VG10 steel. A good type of stainless steel for daily use that retains its sharpness well. Böker gave the knife a fancy satin finish. A cool design element is the dramatic swedge of the bowie-style blade. The G10 handle is polished and very ergonomic. Once in hand this knife won't go anywhere. Because Böker didn't use steel liners this knife weighs next to nothing. A fun little detail is the paracord lanyard that comes with the knife. As such you can easily take the knife from your pocket.
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