Boker Blades:
A Pleasant Surprise

Cera-Titan Boker Blades:
Cera-Titan is a mixture of titanium, ceramic, and silver, processed in a way that results in corrosion proof, lightweight blades that hold an edge almost as long as a ceramic blade, but have the flexibility and durability of a titanium blade.

Cera-titan is available on Boker kitchen knives and sporting folders.

Ceramic Boker Blades:
This lightweight blade material will hold its edge longer than any other, and is totally corrosion proof.

Although it can break if dropped, it is in constant demand by those who want the longest lasting edge possible.

Ceramic is available on Boker kitchen and sporting knives.

Titanium Boker Blades:
Titanium is 40% lighter than stainless steel, and will hold an edge up to 6 times longer.

Titanium will never rust, is flexible and durable, and can be sharpened with a normal honing stone when it gets dull.

Titanium is available on Boker kitchen knives and sporting folders.

CPM 440 (S 60)V Stainless Steel Boker Blades:
This steel is essentially 440 C, with high carbon and vanadium added. It is generally considered to have the best edge holding qualities of any stainless steel.

CPM 440 V (S 60V)is available on Boker's Titan folding knives.

X15T.N Stainless Steel Boker Blades:
This steel is used for ball bearings in jet engines. It is deep frozen during heat treatment, has the same edge holding qualities as 440-C or ATS-34, and is almost totally rust resistant.

Boker is the first to use this as a blade steel, and it is available on Gemini series folders, and the Orca series of Tactical and Diving knives.

440 C Stainless Steel Boker Blades:
This has been the World Standard for stainless knife blades for many years. It holds an excellent edge, and has excellent rust resistance.

It is used on a variety of Boker's fixed and folding blade German knives.

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