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Are Boker knives worth the money?

Are Boker knives worth the money?

Boker today is still very much a global brand. The Boker plus line is characterized as high value offerings that don’t sacrifice quality. My experience with the line would hold that is true and I like how the steels and materials they use are slightly better than most “value” priced knives.

Are Boker knives good knives?

Boker knives are known for being affordable, well made and great looking. Whether you prefer knives that are simple yet beautiful, or knives that are modern and complex, Boker has a great variety and a little something for any knife enthusiast.

What is the difference between Boker and Boker Plus?

Generally, Boker Plus is a step below the Boker line and a step above Magnum by Boker. You’ll typically find a range of tactical and outdoor knives in this line.

Where are Boker traditional series made?

Boker Tree Brand knives are all made either in Germany or Argentina. If it was stamped “Boker Arbolito”, those are made in Argentina.

What kind of steel does Boker use?

Carbon Steel
Carbon Steel | C | Lexicon | Boker USA.

Where is Boker USA located?

Boker USA, Inc. was established in Denver In July 1986 , Colorado. Since then Boker USA is operating very successfully in the North-American markets. In 1983, the subsidiary Boker Arbolito S. A. was also founded in Buenos Aires.

How old is the Boker knife company?

Böker traces its origin to the 17th century as a tool maker in Germany graduating to swords and blades by the 1800s. The company claims it was producing 2000 sabres a week by 1839 for use in various wars.

What does Boker mean in German?

German: topographic name from Middle Low German boke ‘beech’ + the suffix -er denoting an inhabitant.

Are Boker knives still made in Germany?

Being famously German-made, it was heartbreaking for a lot of us when they decided to start manufacturing in China and Taiwan. Even with those factories running, though, Boker still releases knives with the approved “made in Germany” Treebrand stamp, or “made in USA”, or even “Made in Argentina”.

What does Boker mean?

Jewish (Israeli): ornamental name from Hebrew boker ‘morning’. …

When was Boker founded?

1869, Solingen, Germany

Did Boker make knives in ww2?

Böker traces its origin to the 17th century as a tool maker in Germany graduating to swords and blades by the 1800s. This continued until World War II when the Solingen factory was destroyed and “Boker USA” took control of the trademark until the German factory was rebuilt in the 1950s.