Boker CPM Titanium Knife - was 120.95, now £89.95 @ Heinne Haynes
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Boker CPM Titanium Knife - was 120.95, now £89.95 @ Heinne Haynes

£89.95£120.9526%Heinnie Haynes Deals
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Found 2nd Jan
Boker`s breadth of product range is not limited to one area. This stylish offering is made using 440V stainless steel and Titanium for the handle. It`s back lock mechanism is discreetly placed into the back of the handle.
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Remember guys it's about the deal, not what people are capable of doing!!!!
Edited by: "jozski" 2nd Jan
Stevie.Badman- What would you use this for? £90 pen knife?

dewonderful- £90 for a knife is not a deal for most normal people.


So 25% off a watch to reduce it's price to £1,610 is a deal for normal people but 25% off a knife to reduce it's price to £89.95 is not a deal for normal people - really? The watch goes hot and the knife goes cold!!

You folks really do miss the reason this site exists. There's a strong clue in the site's name. It supposedly exists to highlight good pricing and not people's prejudices.
Edited by: "cibarious" 2nd Jan
Original Poster
All aboard the PC train Choo Choo 🚂
dewonderful19 m ago

There is also a strong clue in the temperature of this deal-162°and …There is also a strong clue in the temperature of this deal-162°and continuing to go down like the titanic No, but I think you do. Who spends £90 on an illegal pocket knife? Probably not 99.99% of the people who used this website.


There is nothing illegal about owning and using this knife. To many ( clearly not you ) a knife is an every day tool. It's no different to a mechanic spending £50 on a decent ratchet. I have owned a Cold Steel knife for about 20 years now. It cost over £100 back then and I trust it will last as long as I have any use for it. Knife crime is committed with £2 kitchen knives, not with expensive tool knifes.
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Original Poster
Remember guys it's about the deal, not what people are capable of doing!!!!
Edited by: "jozski" 2nd Jan
jozski23 m ago

Remember guys it's about the deal, not what people are capable of doing!!!!


£90 for a knife is not a deal for most normal people.
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deleted199509
What would you use this for? £90 pen knife?
Stevie.Badman- What would you use this for? £90 pen knife?

dewonderful- £90 for a knife is not a deal for most normal people.


So 25% off a watch to reduce it's price to £1,610 is a deal for normal people but 25% off a knife to reduce it's price to £89.95 is not a deal for normal people - really? The watch goes hot and the knife goes cold!!

You folks really do miss the reason this site exists. There's a strong clue in the site's name. It supposedly exists to highlight good pricing and not people's prejudices.
Edited by: "cibarious" 2nd Jan
Original Poster
All aboard the PC train Choo Choo 🚂
Nice. Boker make good knives and I've not got a titanium one.
jozski1 h, 6 m ago

All aboard the PC train Choo Choo 🚂


Before we do, Give me your money before I stick ya!
cibarious1 h, 30 m ago

There's a strong clue in the site's name.


There is also a strong clue in the temperature of this deal-162°and continuing to go down like the titanic

cibarious1 h, 30 m ago

You folks really do miss the reason this site exists.


No, but I think you do. Who spends £90 on an illegal pocket knife? Probably not 99.99% of the people who used this website.
deleted1995092nd Jan

What would you use this for? £90 pen knife?



Cutting things & admiring its build quality (its nice to own nice things); I hope that my better knives will stand the test of time and will be passed down to my son, and in turn his son...

If you don't appreciate quality, don't like knives and cant justify £90 on a pocket knife then its probably not a deal for you...

Thank goodness this Titanium handled Damascus with circa 30% off want posted heinnie.com/jam…cus ... never mind a Rockstead deal (sit down before googling rockstead knives!).

Hot deal for me!
dewonderful19 m ago

There is also a strong clue in the temperature of this deal-162°and …There is also a strong clue in the temperature of this deal-162°and continuing to go down like the titanic No, but I think you do. Who spends £90 on an illegal pocket knife? Probably not 99.99% of the people who used this website.


There is nothing illegal about owning and using this knife. To many ( clearly not you ) a knife is an every day tool. It's no different to a mechanic spending £50 on a decent ratchet. I have owned a Cold Steel knife for about 20 years now. It cost over £100 back then and I trust it will last as long as I have any use for it. Knife crime is committed with £2 kitchen knives, not with expensive tool knifes.
Let’s all be honest here,we all own a knife,be it a kitchen knife,pen knife or a Stanley knife. If a knife was the problem none of us would use them,but it’s not, it’s the people who carry one to inflict harm on another person or persons. I happy to say I own many knifes most of them me and my sons use them for bushcraft,camping,hiking,fishing etc. Maybe if we educated kids from a young age how to use & not use a knife,they might just be put to better use. I’ve taught my sons.
Heat from me, a deal is a deal and a knife for some of us is a tool not a weapon
This type of knife (longer blade than 3 inches) is only illegal because someone decided, arbitrarily, that anything longer or locked was "dangerous". So much easier than really doing something about knife crime.

This decision made about as much sense as banning handguns. Nothing changes as those that want to do harm will find the way and the means to do so.
cibarious6 h, 4 m ago

This type of knife (longer blade than 3 inches) is only illegal because …This type of knife (longer blade than 3 inches) is only illegal because someone decided, arbitrarily, that anything longer or locked was "dangerous". So much easier than really doing something about knife crime. This decision made about as much sense as banning handguns. Nothing changes as those that want to do harm will find the way and the means to do so.


"This decision made about as much sense as banning handguns"

Why does anybody need a handgun?
qbs18 m ago

Why does anybody need a handgun?


Why does anyone need crossbows, yet they are still legal. As are machetes, axes etc.

Guns don't kill people. People kill people.
qbs34 m ago

"This decision made about as much sense as banning handguns" Why does …"This decision made about as much sense as banning handguns" Why does anybody need a handgun?



No one needs a handgun but members of gun clubs used them to improve their targetting skills. When not being used, the guns were kept locked away. They were banned to "stop" naughty people getting their hands on them after Dunblane in 1996. Did it stop the naughty people, like heck it did.

Before someone asks the silly question - why do we need even gun clubs, the simple answer is the Olympics and similar events. If you think that's a useless reason, then perhaps the same can be said about every sporting event?
Edited by: "cibarious" 3rd Jan
cb-uk19 m ago

Why does anyone need crossbows, yet they are still legal. As are machetes, …Why does anyone need crossbows, yet they are still legal. As are machetes, axes etc.Guns don't kill people. People kill people.


Indeed and one could ask the same question about those that have access to shot-put, throwing-hammers, javelins, discus, darts and the knives that circus knife throwers use!
Edited by: "cibarious" 3rd Jan
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Mine came today!! Does that mean I'm going to turn into a psychopath
dewonderful17 h, 45 m ago

There is also a strong clue in the temperature of this deal-162°and …There is also a strong clue in the temperature of this deal-162°and continuing to go down like the titanic No, but I think you do. Who spends £90 on an illegal pocket knife? Probably not 99.99% of the people who used this website.


Yeah, mine cost about £130. For a legal to own and use multi tool with a locking blade.
Cars kill more people in this country than knives and guns put together, should we banned them?
cibarious3 h, 10 m ago

No one needs a handgun but members of gun clubs used them to improve their …No one needs a handgun but members of gun clubs used them to improve their targetting skills. When not being used, the guns were kept locked away. They were banned to "stop" naughty people getting their hands on them after Dunblane in 1996. Did it stop the naughty people, like heck it did.Before someone asks the silly question - why do we need even gun clubs, the simple answer is the Olympics and similar events. If you think that's a useless reason, then perhaps the same can be said about every sporting event?


How many gun massacre's have we had since the law was put into effect?
cb-uk3 h, 27 m ago

Why does anyone need crossbows, yet they are still legal. As are machetes, …Why does anyone need crossbows, yet they are still legal. As are machetes, axes etc.Guns don't kill people. People kill people.


Try repeating some of the gun massacre's in the USA with the perp armed with a slingshot..... Then get back too us.
Deal. Simple.
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Bilbo196828 m ago

Try repeating some of the gun massacre's in the USA with the perp armed …Try repeating some of the gun massacre's in the USA with the perp armed with a slingshot..... Then get back too us.


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jozski1 h, 11 m ago

Yawn* zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


Go play with your knives as you're so fascinated by them....... You don't start fires as well by any chance do you?
Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 3rd Jan
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Bilbo19688 m ago

Go play with your knives as you're so fascinated by them....... You don't …Go play with your knives as you're so fascinated by them....... You don't start fires as well by any chance do you?

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jozski4 m ago

Zzzzzzzzzz dildo


Thought so...
Ballbag1968, you need to try harder with the virtue signalling. You'll never be able to show your face at the SJW conference with these weak attempts.
I have cheap knives. I'd love to handle a well made 'expensive' knife just to see.
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