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Victorinox Swisscard Lite Pocket Tool
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- New LED mini white light; 18,000 MCD
- Reddot design award winner 2004 for design quality, innovation in form and function
- 13 tools include: Letter opener/blade, scissors, rulers, tweezers
- Special features include magnifying glass, straight pin, pressurized ball point pen and Phillips screwdrivers
- Black, precision crafted in Switzerland; lifetime warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
- It can be carried in the wallet (same size as four credit cards stacked together)
- It has detachable tools (especially the blade and scissors)
- It offers several additional functions (such as LED light and magnifier)
The most commonly criticism on this Swisscard tool kit is that: it does not contain a 'real' knife. In fact, Victrinox calls the detectable blade a 'letter opener' instead of a 'knife'. However, I have no problems with the blade, because it is actually longer than that of my Swiss Army Classic pocket knife. See my uploaded picture in the 'Customer Images' section, for a side-by-side comparison between the Swisscard and the Classic Pocket Knife.
The detachable blade is an important feature when I'm traveling. Previously I must remember to remove my pocket knife and make sure it is NOT packed with my carry-on, otherwise it will be confiscated by airport security. With this Swisscard tool kit, I just keep the blade at home and carry the rest of the tools with me. By the way, I just tested this during my most recent trip. Apparently the airport security only has problems with blades, but scissors are acceptable.
Note that there are two very similar-looking 'Swisscard Lite' available.Read more ›
With the Swiss Army Cyberlite 34 multi-tool, I can build and tear down a computer. Best multi-tool I have ever owned. Now that I am downsizing, I needed something with small precision phillips, as well as standard phillips. This was the only credit card multi-tool that had micro phillips, phillips, and flatblade. Other features which help is the 3X magnifier for reading ultra small print on circuit boards, a light to be able to add just enough light to see into those small dark areas of a computer, and a pen to write down the information. The scissors are great for cutting paper, and are strong enough to cut some thicker stuff, but would refrain from cutting plastic cable ties as it probably wouldn't last long. The knife is nice, though it needs sharpening if you ready need to cut something other than an opening envelope. The tweezers are like all other Swiss Army tweezers. Personally I think they should add a 1/64 inch 90 degree bend on one edge. I think that would help in picking up things and pulling splinters from the finger. The ruler is in metric, and a nice straight edge. Hard to see inside, though easy to read outside. The final item is a straight pin. At first, i could see no real reason for it.Read more ›
My big issue is with durability. You'd think something designed to fit in a credit card slot, in a wallet, could survive the trials and tribulations of existing in a wallet. Mine made it 4 months... Then my fat a$$ (6'2", 260) cracked the plastic housing and things just fell apart after that. Since it was cracked, the two sides separated, and everything it usually tucked away snugly became loosely encased. The light failed when the bulb slid out of place, I bent the pen in my pocket, the screwdriver bit made it through an entire wash cycle before destroying my wash machine (repairman found it after a disassembly project... Still a sore subject) and I lost the magnifying glass somewhere along the way. By the time I finally gave up and removed it from my wallet, this little $30 gem and contributed to blood loss, ruining a decent pair of $100 jeans and leaking on most of the contents of my wallet (who knew how much ink that little pen held?), a $275.00 washing machine repair bill (got a sympathetic discount. After all, he learned a lot spending half a day dissecting my wash machine...), not to mention the increased blood pressure.
That said, I did get a neat pair of scissors to decorate the bathroom counter, a nearly brand new button cell battey, a cursed screwdriver bit, a spare Victronox tweezers for my classic knife, and a 2-in letter opener. I just don't have anywhere to store them anymore...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I keep the mini-light facing out under folded cash. The light switch is then easily accessible for any situation I need extra light (low lamination though). Read morePublished 16 hours ago by douffus
Victorinox doesn't disappoint. It not only is a gem but is colored as such.Published 22 hours ago by James F. Rendek
Great product. Couldn't imagine traveling without it. However, I'm not sure TSA will let is onto airplanes yet.Published 3 days ago by Surf
I have been using the older versions of this product happily for many years.
The quality and thought put into this upgrade is spot on.
I have had a Swisscard pocket tool for many years and it finally broke so I was happy to find one almost identical to it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Morgan D. Wynne
This is the most useful thing in existence! I have now used every tool that this has came with, and I use them often. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
Handy & cool used many times keep in wallet or purse gotta get onePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
I got this for my husband two years ago, and he still loves it. It's his go-to any time he needs a screwdriver or to open a package. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jessica