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Victorinox Swisscard Lite, Ruby


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  • Ultra-thin multi-tool that's ideal for all-around use
  • Credit-card-sized housing fits easily in wallet or pocket
  • Includes letter opener, scissors, tweezers, and magnifying glass
  • 3mm and 5mm flat-head screwdrivers and 2 Phillips screwdrivers
  • LED mini light; integrated ruler; measures 3.25 inches long

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Product Description

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From the renowned company that created the Swiss Army Knife a century ago comes the SwissCard Lite, an ultra-thin multi-tool that's an ideal tag-along accessory for users everywhere. The SwissCard Lite is roughly the size of a credit card, so you can easily fit it in your wallet or pocket. However, the SwissCard Lite performs a ton of tasks that your AmEx card can't, with such tools as a letter opener, a small set of scissors, a pair of tweezers, a straight pin, a pressurized ballpoint pen, and a magnifying glass. And that's just the beginning, as the device also includes such fix-it tools as 3mm and 5mm flat-head screwdrivers, two Phillips screwdrivers, an LED mini light, and a ruler that measures items in both inches and centimeters. In short, there's no better multi-tool for people who find traditional Swiss Army Knives a little bulky. The SwissCard Lite, which measures 3.25 inches long, carries the Victorinox lifetime warranty.

About Victorinox
In 1884, Swiss cutler Karl Elsener set up shop in Ibach-Schwyz, installing a waterwheel in Tobelbach Brook to run his grinding and polishing machines. Thus began what would become the international brand name Victorinox, a combination of Victoria, for Elsener's mother, and "inox," or stainless steel. Today, Victorinox produces watches, luggage, clothing, and, famously, Swiss Army Knives. The original product dates to 1897, when Elsener patented the Swiss Officer's and Sports Knife he supplied to the Swiss Army. Following World War II, American servicemen and women shopping in PX stores shortened the name to Swiss Army Knife, which lives on in English-speaking countries around the world and has become a metaphor for versatility.

Product Description

Victorinox is introducing a light to it's popular Swiss card . This versatile multi-tool is the size of a credit card with features that would put a gold card to shame.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.3 x 0.3 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000E63ZJ
  • Item model number: 53321
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129,351 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I always end up being stuck without a pen.
Wesley P. Bailey
I love that it's tiny enough to fit in any little bag/purse and that it has so many useful tools on it.
M. Lau
Young men love this little tool as a gift.
M. Sanchez

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on October 24, 2008
It's very hard to give you an accurate description on anything. I can give you the dimensions, weight and comparison to an object but it still won't give you a good visualization until you actually hold it. I will try to do my best to have you visualize the Swiss Card. Go into your wallet, really, go get 3 credit cards and place them on top of each other. The 3 credit cards has the same dimension and thickness of the Swiss Card. It is small and useful.

The Card its Self - It is 4 x 3 and as thick as 3 credit cards. It's very lite and thin. It has 13 tools (Amazon's description) with 6 actual tools. Knife, scissors, tweezers, screw driver, pin and pen. The other; ruler, light, magnifying glass. The other 4 are the different sizes of screw driver bit (13 tools). It's translucent which looks very cool held up to a light and is very useful.

The Knife - The knife is the same knife that comes with the fold-in Multi-tool. Same length and thickness but the handle is different. It is a little flimsy. The knife is good to cut open envelopes, cut strings, open plastic bags and whatever you need to open that doesn't require sawing or some muscle to open. The handle will break.

The Scissors - The scissors are the same ones in the Multi-Tool. These are a little bit more sturdy than the knife. It's fully metal with an "O" handle. The main scissor blade is fixed into the the handle and the second blade is attached like the one in the Multi-Tool. It is a little hard to hold. What I do is insert my pinkie finger into the ring and let the scissors rest on my fingers and then use my thumb to operate the cutting action. They are useful but not too often.

The Screw Driver - A lot of people are saying the screw driver is useless. I don't find this at all.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Patrick E. Donnelly on September 2, 2006
This is not an item for knife afficionados or survivalists. You could not skin a rabbit or seriously threaten anyone with the relatively laughable knife on this thing--the packaging itself refers to it as a 'letter opener'.

No, this is not a knife you take into the woods. But let's face it: unless you have security issues, you're not carrying around a multitool in your front pocket when you drive to your cushy white collar job in the morning; the odds of you needing a pair of pliers are close to zero. You'll be glad you have one in your wallet the next time you need to: open some impossible plastic product packaging, find something under a car seat at night, ask someone for a screwdriver, fill out a form, etc.

This card is very low profile and extra light duty, and it is for all those times in life when your fingernails/dimes/ballpoints just aren't quite enough. Next to your Visa, the card you shouldn't leave home without.

One star off because the tang of the knife ends only a third of the way through the tiny plastic holder--seems very fragile.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Woodworking Widow on January 22, 2008
The Victorinox Swisscard is a great toolkit for your wallet. It is a compact, bundle of tools for those times when you didn't think to bring your box knife, scissors, tweezers, pen, or ruler. It's not really meant to compete with your Leatherman or other heavy-duty all-purpose kit.

I am now on my fourth Swisscard having previously owned one Lite and two Classics. I destroyed the Lite and simply used the Classics so much that the scissor swing door wouldn't stay on and the knife wouldn't stay in its slot. My current Swisscard is the Lite with the red, transparent plastic.

The tools are sturdy and easily manipulated by normal sized hands.

The knife, while it does have a short tang, is strong and sufficient for cutting boxes, paper, fabric, or the impenetrable, plastic packaging most everything comes in.

The scissors are sharp and the spring reliably re-opens the scissors for smooth cutting.

The pen is simply a metal tube with plenty of ink in it--I never used all the ink in any of my pens. It's not comfortable but you'll have a pen when you need it.

The slotted screwdriver bits work just fine on small slotted screws or bolts although they don't have much depth. More on the Phillips bits later.

The tweezers tweeze and the stick pin sticks. I did replace the stick pin with a sharper pin from a sewing kit though.

So it is a great toolkit with which to scribble a phone number, cut open an envelope, tighten your eyeglasses, or get the splinter of wood out of your finger. There are some minuses though.

The transparent plastic body isn't as strong as the original opaque plastic bodies. The Swisscard I destroyed was made of the transparent plastic and it cracked every time I dropped the kit.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Robert W. Reid on January 27, 2009
So I got one of these cards a while ago and had it with me while camping
in a large group of 20 somethings.

This one girl got a nasty sliver in her hand. Using the card's tweezers and pin, I extracted the sliver. This was after 3 other guys tried to remove it and caused her a ton of pain. I held her hand and worked magic while she marveled at the card's design.

Well one thing led to another. Next thing you know we were in her tent having some "Get to know you better" time. Well her bra clasp jammed and was no longer coming apart. Knowing that time is of the essence, I used the Swiss card flashlight to check out the clasp in the dark. I also used the light to quickly peak at other (ahem) stuff.

Seeing the clasp was beyond repair, we decided to cut the bra. The knife, though small was sharp enough to the job, freeing the precious contents inside.

The next day, the card again came in handy as I used the pen to write her email address on a scrap piece of napkin.

And now, some time later, we are still together all thanks to this handy little card !!
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