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Trending: Böker Plus Kansei

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Trending: Böker Plus Kansei

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Inspired by the traditional Japanese Nori knife, the Böker Plus Kansei makes for a svelte and stylish gent’s knife. This week’s feature for Slicer Saturday comes from knifemaker Kansei Matsuno. The Japanese design features a blade with Japanese origins as well. The Kansei’s 3.125“ hollow-ground blade is ground from Japanese-made VG-10 stainless steel, known for its hardness and capacity to take on a razor sharp edge. It’s paired with cocobolo wood handle scales to make a traditional design, enhanced by the leather lanyard pull looped through a hole on the tail end of the handle. A tiny front flipper tab handles deployment, and unlike most flipper knives, sits out of the way when you carry this lightweight 1.52 ounce knife in your pocket. A liner lock mechanism keeps deployment and retraction safe and easy, while a slim stainless steel pocket clip keeps things discreet during jacket or pants carry. The Böker Plus Kansei ticks off a lot of boxes if you’re looking for an ultralight and discreet gentleman’s knife for your EDC, especially if you’re a fan of the Japanese aesthetic. Check it out this elegant and distinctive design at the link below.

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