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Promithi Pocket Knife Collapsible 11-in-1 Multi Purposes

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  • This Multi-tool is a "must tool" for home projects, outdoor recreation, survival & stocking stuffer.
  • Measures 2.3 inches long; weighs 0.77 ounces
  • Multifunction tools such as Saw,Fish Scale Scraper, Wine-opener, Scissors, Screwdrivers, Knives, Bottle/Can opener, Nail File, Threader.
  • Compact Swiss Army pocket knife for campers, hikers, and anglers
  • This multi-tool fits perfectly in your hands for greater grip and stabilization.
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11-in-1 multi tool:Saw,Fish Scale Scraper, Wine-opener, Scissors, Screwdrivers, Knives, Bottle/Can opener, Nail File, Key Ring, Threader.

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B012YZEZOU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,347 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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70 of 71 people found the following review helpful By T. Apuzzo on November 11, 2006
Color: Red Verified Purchase
The problem with most pocket knives is that they really aren't that pocket friendly. Even when I have all sorts of pocket competition, ipod, cell phone, car keys with fob, LED flashlight and maybe a bluetooth headset too, I still have room for the Rambler. It is is just like a Classic except it opens beer bottles and has a Phillips screwdriver. Really it is the perfect pocketknife. I have many knives from Leatherman micras to huge multi-tools to Spyderco liner-locks but I keep coming back to the Rambler as the most practical daily carry knife around.
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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Dustin Woehl on July 21, 2004
Color: Red
I own and have owned several Victorinox Swiss Army Knives and this one is far and away my favorite. It's a good size for keeping in a pocket or attaching to a key chain. I find the minichamps to be a little too big in that regard and I kept my Delux Tinkerer in my jeans pocket so regularly that it wore a hole in the demin on several pairs of my jeans. This knife also has the tools I tend to use most often. The scissors come in more handy than the blade, and can be used for personal grooming as well as cutting pesky loose threads from clothing. The phillips screwdriver is very handy for taking apart small electronic devices and similar items. The bottlecap opener, built into the phillips, is also handy in a pinch. It also has a flathead screwdriver on the nail file, which is pretty useful. I'd definitely recomend this knife. Be careful, though, because it is unobtrusive in the pocket you must take pains to remember to check it when you fly or you'll end up making the same mistake I've made several times by donating it to airport security. In general, the victorinox line of knives are excellent.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By M. Baker on November 6, 2006
Color: Red
I have owned several of these, since I have lost several when forgetting to move it to my checked luggage when flying. The Rambler is a great upgrade from the normal Classic version, but adds the very useful phillips screwdriver and bottle opener, but is the same length of the Classic and only slightly thicker so it still fits well in a pocket or on a key ring for every day use. I have gotten great use out of the addition of the phillips screwdriver, from a constantly loosening screw on my sunglasses, to various computer repairs at work. I have found it to be a great upgrade to the classic with an almost imperceptable growth in size. I definitely recomend the Rambler over the Classic.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By CDV on March 31, 2012
Color: Red Verified Purchase
The best thing about the Rambler over the Classic is that the small blade opens opposite to the keyring.
I get most daily utility from the small blade and the Classic is hard to use when you have to hold onto a group of keys around the knife.
With the keyring at the opposite end, keys extend behind the knife and hand making it easier to hold and much more useful.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D. Ringer on July 31, 2008
Color: Red
Few, if any, of us will ever scale a fish, gut a deer, skin a bear, or cut off our own arm to get out of a bind. A least on a daily basis. But we will use this tool. (If you need to live in the wild, or on the edge, get something else!)

I've carried this model every day for more than ten years. It is so small I typically don't know I have it with me. I've used it nearly every day. Whereever I am, and whatever I'm doing, it's the first tool I reach for. Nine time out of ten, it gets the job done.

Ok, I'm a classic "white-collar" worker (a lawyer). But I can do most everything I need a tool for with the Rambler. And it's durable. In ten years I had two! The first is still usable and resides in my desk drawer so I don't have to stand up to get one. I use them that much.

But be careful. They don't help you board airplanes, or get into federal courthouses. Used as a weapon they could inflict a pretty severe "paper cut." But it would be hard to get more "bang for the buck."
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By B. Carlson on August 29, 2007
Color: Red Verified Purchase
I've given countless SAK's as gifts, and people always say the same thing: "at first, i didn't think much of it, but now that i've carried it for a few days, i can't live without it". I think this is the best SAK model for everyday carrying because it's small, but it has the scissors (great for hangnails and removing strings from clothes, among other things) and the invaluable bottle opener/phillips screwdriver blade. If you're a beer drinker, I don't need to say any more. Even if you're not, though, it's the screwdriver that's really handy -- I just used it this past weekend to remove the CD drive from my computer even though i had my regular tool set available because i didn't have a small enough driver with a magnetic tip. Probably the biggest use for this knife, though, is fixing toys for my kids. Every toy seems to have a tiny phillips screw holding the battery compartment shut, so carrying a tiny phillips screwdriver around is just SOOOOO handy for any daddy. You can get other models with a cuticle tool, orange peeler, etc. but I don't think they're useful enough to justify the added cost or bulk, unless you happen to eat a lot of oranges or something. And don't bother with the midnight models, the light is too dim to be useful in anything but total blackness. Get the Rambler, it's perfect.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By B. Gadberry on January 3, 2013
Color: Red Verified Purchase
I'm a Swiss Army Knife nut... not a collector, just a nut. Have been ever since I was about seven, and my Dad brought me a Small Tinker when he came back from a business trip in New York.

For me, the top tier is the Spartan, the Compact, the Camper, the Climber, the Huntsman, and the Farmer.

But really... the one I use most is the Rambler. I swap out the others, based on whim, what I've got planned, and what I'm wearing, but the Rambler is always there on my keychain. As a stand-alone, it's really all I need around town or in the office, but it also shines as a companion to one of the others, especially the Farmer. The Rambler and Farmer go together like peas and carrots, with essentially no overlap or duplication.

The Classic is the most popular pocket knife in the world... but -- as others have said here -- the Rambler is better!
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