CIVIVI

Bo

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The Bo is one of the latest offerings from knife giant, Civivi. The Bo is a sleek EDC knife designed by Brad Zinker, which features Nitro V blade steel, a new boutique blade steel designed specifically for knives, which is highly corrosion resistant with high hardness. Available in dark green Micarta.

A slicey design with class.

Specifications

Total Length 169.6mm
Closed Length 95.4mm
Blade Length 74.2mm
Blade Thickness 2.5mm
Blade Steel Nitro V
Blade Grind Flat
Blade Finish Black Stonewash
Blade Edge Plain edge
Blade Style Drop point
Lock Liner Lock
Weight 54.5g
Hardness HRC 58-60
Clip Tip up, right carry
Handle Material Dark Green Micarta
Product Code
C20009B-6

 

Check out the Micarta Bo upclose in this BladeHQ video


Customer Reviews

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Chris
Great EDC blade

The Civivi Bo is a nice all round blade. Light weight and carries very well, with a nice smooth action. The perfect blade shape in my opinion. I would love to see this model in a larger size. Civivi did a great job on this little fella.

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Ed
Great little flipper.

This Brad Zinker designed flipper is a great value knife. It’s a nice compact edc option with a snappy action and perfectly textured micarta scales. My only criticism is the deep carry clip is not recessed into the scales, however it’s really not a major issue - Just a personal preference. Both, the aesthetics and function on this little guy are great.

Hey Ed,
Thanks so much for your feedback - I agree about the clip, a lot of knives in this price bracket lack the recessed clip. It would be a nice addition to future runs and I will pass on this feedback to Civivi though I assume it is part of keeping the price down on these exceptional value knives.
Cheers
Mitch

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Beau
Great knife

Beautiful smooth little knife and great service as always. Flicks well, very sharp... And a great name.

Thanks for your review Beau! Glad you're enjoying the Bo. Great name indeed. Merry Christmas!

Cheers,
Mitch