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Boker Plus Kwaiken Flipper Linerlock Folding Pocketknife 01BO296 - Designed by Lucas Burnley


  • 3.5 in. straight-edge blade constructed of VG-10 steel
  • Titanium scales on the handle for improved grip
  • Fuses old-style engineering with modern design
  • 3-1/2 in. blade length. 8-3/8 in. overall length. 5.4 oz. weight
  • Limited lifetime warranty

BOKER PLUS Kwaiken Pocket Knife - 3-1/2 Inch Steel Blade


  • Total Length: 8.4 in
  • Blade Length: 3.5 in
  • Blade Thickness: 0.10 in
  • Weight: 4.2 oz


The Boker Plus Kwaiken Flipper is probably one of the most influential designs of the 21st century. It has the clean and utilitarian form that has become iconic in the knife industry. The clean lines and slim design, which still houses the complete blade when closed, is absolutely unique. It is the further development of his well-known Burnley Kwaiken Classic - a cord-wrapped neo-Japanese fixed blade.

The flipper ensures intuitive operation and additional safety, while the Linerlock securely locks the narrow duo-satin finished blade. The thin construction and exclusive materials make the Kwaiken into a true crossover between Gentlemen Folder and Tactical Knife. With removable clip (tip-up).

  • Slip Resistant G10 Knife Handle - G10 is a hard, light reinforced composite material, used in aircraft and race car construction. It's made from glass fibers and epoxy resin, making it weatherproof, age-resistant, and lighter than most metals.
  • Japanese VG-10 Blade - VG-10 is a premium cobalt steel that is dependable and corrosive resistant. It's known in the knife industry for its durability and ability to hold an edge over time.
  • Smooth Single Hand Open - Equipped with a flipper, which is a tab on the blade pivot used to open the pocket knife. It ensures intuitive operation and additional safety. To open press down on the flipper, pushing the blade out of the handle.
  • Sturdy Linerlock Tactical Knife - The linerlock is a mechanism used for one-handed knives. When closed, the blade pushes the liner to the side. When opened, the liner locks in place below the end of the blade.To close the blade, move the liner to the side manually.