The Böker Plus brand recently released a relatively low-cost version of the Pogn CW all-metal knife, which was developed several years ago by the Bawidamann brothers, founders of the American company Bawidamann Inc. The Böker Plus Pogn DCW (Desert Cord Wrap) version, which was created with the participation of designer Benn Bawidamann, differs from the original both in overall dimensions and blade size, and in the choice steel type.
For the manufacture of the Böker Plus Pogn DCW knife, instead of CPM S35VN, 440C stainless steel is used, with a declared hardness of 58 HRC. The handle of the skeletal knife is wrapped in sandy paracord. The total length of the knife is no more than 204 mm, the length of the blade is 95 mm, and the maximum thickness on the butt is 5 mm. The total weight of the novelty, excluding the weight of the scabbard, does not exceed 138 grams.
The new Böker Plus Pogn DCW small fixed blade knife is available with a black molded Kydex sheath at a suggested retail price of around 90 euros.