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SWISS ARMY SOLDIER KNIFE - SILVER ALOX


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Silver Alox
  • Features silver alox handles and large/small blades, bottle/can openers
  • Also includes large/small screwdriver and reamer
  • All knives have rust-free aluminum alloy separators
  • Brass rivets and bushings are used to hold the knife layers together
  • Recommended for the emergency kit
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Product Description

Swiss Army Soldier Knife. PRODUCT DETAILS: Large blade. Can opener with small screwdriver. Bottle opener with large screwdriver & wire stripper. Sturdy reamer. Life time warranty. 53929 , KNIVES ,

Product Details

Color: Silver Alox
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000687B5I
  • Item model number: 53929
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #388,637 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It is the perfect pocket knife.
Future Marine
It's the official army knife of Swiss soldiers, so it must be good!
Daniel & Melinda
This is the best pocket knife I've owned.
D. Redwood

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Daniel & Melinda on January 22, 2006
Color Name: Silver Alox
In my opinion, this is the best Swiss Army knife ever made. It is the sturdiest of all the knives, and has only the necessary tools. Perfect for camping/backpacking, and as a gift to friends and family.

PROS:

-The knife blade is longer and thicker (sturdier) than the knife blades on other Swiss Army knife models.

-Aluminum Handles. The classic red plastic handles on the other models will eventually crack and fall off after a few years of regular use. The aluminum sides on this knife will never break, and they offer superior grip.

-Compact and Lightweight.

-It's the official army knife of Swiss soldiers, so it must be good!

CONS:

1. The reamer may not be very useful for many people. However, it has many other uses if you get creative.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Stanley H. Zisk on June 30, 2006
Color Name: Silver Alox Verified Purchase
I bought this knife to replace an older one that I "lost" at an airport security check (forgot to empty that pocket at home.)

It appears to be exactly the same knife as the Swiss Army Pioneer Pocket Knife, which I also bought ("just to see..."), except that this one has a key ring.

They are both absolute gems, each has a small variety of tools that are extremely useful and is not overloaded with "fun" stuff that just add to the weight and awkwardness. The metal is hard & sturdy enough that you can really do some prying without damaging the blades, the knife blade is sharp and will hopefully stay that way for a while (good metal), the can-opener works well, the shape of the small screwdriver lets you wriggle it into the smallest of openings to do the pry thing, and the blade remains un-nicked so continues to work well as a screwdriver afterward.

Also, the handle is metal, not plastic, so I can carry it (for years?) in the same pocket with my keys, with no chipping or loosening of the side plates. A very good design! and I'm grateful that the Company continues to make such a useful piece, when they undoubtedly earn a lot more profit from the big, fancy, multi-mega-bladed tools - which may be good in a toolbox, but not in a pocket!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By slugbone on May 3, 2006
Color Name: Silver Alox
I am somewhat of an unqualified expert on the Victorinox Swiss Army Knives, I currently own 4 of them, and one Wenger Executive. If you are going back and forth debating which is better, in my experience the Victorinox is superior in blade quality and construction. The Wenger knives have more "wiggle" in the blade and just don't feel as solid.

The Silver Alox Soldier is a fine looking knife. I really prefer the look and style to any other Swiss Army red or black. It feels heavier, and the handle material isn't going to chip or crack. Good enough to put in your back or front pocket without being too heavy, and a nice mix of tools. I also have the Silver Alox Harvester, which is the same knife with a sawblade added. You wouldn't think it would make much of a difference, but the Soldier is noticeably lighter in your pocket, so if weight is a big deal for you and you can sacrafice the sawblade, this knife would be ideal for you.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By nicest of the damned on December 6, 2006
Color Name: Silver Alox
I received this knife as a gift from my Swiss sister in law 15 YEARS AGO, and it's a real gem without a trace of rust or wear! The blades are VERY SHARP and although I can't say I use it on a daily basis, I would dare say it would take a lot to dull them, it is surely made of high-quality tempered steel. I have even let friends etch and bore on rocks with the boring tool and it still has a nice pointy tip on it. It doesn't wiggle or slip, the blades stay in place when extended and snap right back into the sleeve the same way they did the first time I opened it it.

If you are looking for a quality knife at a reasonable price I highly recommend this knife for the Scout or outdoorsman in your family.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Smaug on November 21, 2007
Color Name: Silver Alox
First let me admit that I've loved Swiss Army Knives (SAKs) since my grandpa first brought me one from Switzerland when I was about 10. I've been through about 2 dozen of them. Some, I've lost, some, I've given away. One weakness in the design of SAKs is the plastic handle. If you drop the knife, chances are the handle will crack, fall off, whatever. This is not an issue with the "Silver Alox" (aluminum) handle versions like this one. These handles don't fall off, and they don't break. Also, Victorinox isn't trying to kid anyone by putting that ridiculous little keyring on this one. This is a real pocketknife. Compared to similar size SAKs, this one is not only more durable because of the handle material, but the blade is made from thicker stock. Losing the small blad in favor of an awl is a fair trade. After all, many people break their SAK blades by trying to pry with them. The awl is kind of a multipurpose tool. You can use it to punch holes in things, pry (a bit), dig around in things, widen (ream) holes, and many other things. Sometimes, I do miss the small blade though. That small blade was the one I would always keep sharp, no matter what. The large blade is used for heavier work, and the small one for light duty work that required a razor's edge. I also miss the toothpick sometimes. However, if you're only going to have one pocketknife, it has to be either this one or the Classic. This one for the more heavy duty type of person, the Classic for the more "business casual" type of person.

The can opener works brilliantly. The small screwdriver tip at the end of the can opener was a stroke of genius. The bottle opener works brilliantly as well, and the large screwdriver is as useful as the bottle opener. The "wire stripper" is all but useless.
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