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June 9, 2009

Boker Plus Cop Tool


Here's Justin Dyer's review of this device, from the last week's edition of Kevin Kelly's Cool Tools, edited by Elon Schoenholz.


Boker Plus Cop Tool

As a paramedic and racetrack rescue team member, I’ve used most rescue tools on the market, from the Benchmade Rescue Hook to cheap seatbelt cutters. None has the durability of the Boker Plus Cop Tool. This multitool has cut many seatbelts, pried a few doors and, used as a standard knife, tackled all of the tasks I've put to it over the past year. It has required minimal sharpening, and the finish remains in excellent condition. With the included sheath, it fits nicely on my zip-up workboots or on my waistband. Pry, chisel, cut, scrape or pound, the Cop Tool has always pulled through for me.



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