With the Boker Camp Knife, one of the forefathers of all modern multi-purpose pocket knives, our history began in the year 1869. After almost 150 years of successful market presence, the time came to convert this proven concept into a modern knife. The modernized construction, which is based on solid steel liners, is embedded in two contoured handle scales, made out of black G10. The Swedish Sandvik 12C27 steel, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-60 HRC, provides outstanding edge retention of the hollow ground blade. The high quality manufacturing, with a smooth blade action and optimized operability, are proof of the premium quality of our Boker Plus Tech Tools. The hollow ground stainless steel blade is accompanied by these tools: Glass breaker, flat screwdriver with cap lifter and wire stripper, small serrated blade with flat screwdriver, cork screw, lanyard hole, scissors, stitching awl, pliers, wood saw, clip.