Next week, a new folding knife for everyday use called KMP22, manufactured by the German brand Böker, will go on free sale. The Böker KMP22 was designed by American designer Charles Marlowe, founder of Arizona Custom Knives. The novelty is distinguished by the manufacturer as a relatively compact, durable and lightweight pocket knife for every day..
The polished Böker KMP22 blade is made using Austrian Böhler N690 stainless steel, the hardness of the steel is declared by the manufacturer at the level of 58-60 units on the HRC scale. The handle of the knife is formed by a steel Frame-Lock lock, as well as a completely black overlay made of G10 material, which is fixed with Torx bolts.
Among other things, the design of the new knife provides for a wide lanyard hole, a removable stainless steel clip, and a small flipper for removing the blade. The total length of the open knife is 183 mm, when closed, the length of the knife does not exceed 105 mm, the length of the blade is 79 mm, the thickness of the blade on the butt is 3.8 mm. Knife weight — 107 grams.
Official retail sales of the Böker KMP22 folding pocket knife should begin after May 26, 2017, the recommended retail price is set by the manufacturer within 120 euros.