Pros: Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Weight, Sheath/Scabbard
Cons: Blade Material, None
I purchased this trusting the Boker name and wanting an everyday knife that would keep an edge. I hadn't swapped it out with my current EDC knife yet, and recently pulled it out of the sheath to find the blade had split/fractured. I know that ceramic knives cannot be (mis)handled the way steels can, but the extent of my use was to cut a sales tag off a piece of clothing. It didn't break during use- I suspect it may have been a tiny flaw in the ceramic that the pressure of the sheath exploited. Unfortunately it is now "used" and I don't think that I would trust a manufacturer replacement.On the plus side: The knife is nice & light, and the sheath fits well. The blade was sharp out of the box, with the promise of ceramic durability.