Böker Plus has just launched a new limited premium version of the small Nano folding knife, which was designed by American craftsman David Curtiss. The new limited edition Nano Decade Edition, compared to the base model, received updated grip pads, as well as completely new steel.
Unlike the base model Böker Plus Nano, which is made from 440C and is complemented by a Zytel polymer grip, the Nano Decade Edition is made using VG-10 steel, which is claimed to have a hardness of 58 HRC, and with a carbon fiber grip that forms ergonomic knife handle paired with a frame-lock steel lock.
The overall dimensions of the new knife remain unchanged from the base model. When unfolded, the total length of the Böker Plus Nano Decade Edition is 121 mm, while the wide blade is only 48 mm long, and the maximum thickness at the butt does not exceed 2.8 mm. The total weight of the novelty is declared at the level of 80 grams.
The Böker Plus Nano Decade Edition folding pocket knife will be available in a limited edition of 600 pieces, with a price tag of €70 for a new knife.