Todd Rexford, a young and talented knife maker from Colorado, designed the Boker Epicenter for Boker’s successful Boker Plus line. Being the first titanium frame lock, this piece reaches a special status within Boker’s knife range. The titanium plates have a thickness of 5 mm, and are contoured three-dimensionally, offering outstanding performance and stability. Equally impressive is the blasted titanium surface and the finish of the handle (without protruding edges), which make the knife not only a sturdy usable knife, but also a beautiful collector’s piece. The Epicenter, while in hand, is sturdy and durable – you feel like this knife could accomplish any task you give it – and lightweight.
The modified satin drop point blade is made of VG-10 steel; a good steel that performs extraordinarily well. The Epicenter features a removable double-sided thumb stud. The titanium pocket clip is reversible, allowing tip-up or tip-down carry, and the lanyard hole adds convenience. An impressive synthesis of technology and design!
You can buy this sleek knife (an ode to the Sebenzas) at BladeHQ.com.