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Victorinox Cyber-Tool, 34 Functions

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  • Acid-resistant plastic and aluminum handle
  • 100% stainless steel components
  • Features blades, bit wrenches, hex sockets, torx, hex, and pozidrive bits, screwdrivers, pen, pliers, wire tools, and more
  • Also includes tweezers, toothpick, and key ring
  • Compact, tech-friendly pocket knife with more than 30 tools
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Batman had his Utility Belt, and now you have the Cyber Tool 34. Equipped with Tools ranging from Corkscrew to Bit Wrench, You'll Save-the-Day Around-the-Office when you're Fully-Prepared to Handle Any-Number-of-Tasks. From IT Professionals to At-Home Computer Repair, the Cyber Tool 34 LITE in Ruby is the Perfect Companion for anyone who needs Specialty Tools in One-Convenient Package. The Stainless Steel Implements carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty Against-Defects in Materials-and-Workmanship, and Designed-to-Last. With over 34 Functions from 15 Implements, the Cyber Tool will get the job done. There are a Large and Small Drop Point Tip Straight Edged Knife Blades, Corkscrew, Can Opener with Small Screwdriver, Cap Lifter with Large Screwdriver and Wire Stripper, Reamer, Toothpick and Scissors, Sewing Eye, Bit-Wrench with Bit Hex 5mm Female for D-SUB Connectors, 4mm Female Hex Drive for Bits, 0" Philips Bit, 1" Philips Bit, 4mm Slotted Bit, 2" Philips Bit, 8, 10 and 15" TORX Bits, 4mm HEX Bit, Bit Case, Ball Point Pen (also to Set DIP-Switch), Stainless Pin, Fine Mini-Removable Screwdriver, Tweezers Pliers with Wire Crimping Tool and Wire Cutter and Multi-Purpose Hook (Parcel Carrier). The Cyber Tool comes with a Split Key Ring for Attachment to Keys or Gear. The Knife measures 3.58" (91mm) in length when closed, is available in Fire Orange CELLIDOR Polished Plastic Handle and weighs 5.5oz (156g).

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  • Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00SWCO9GE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,489 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Nicholls TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 18, 2006
Color: Ruby Verified Purchase
I work in IT and co-workers tend to make tools disappear, so this seemed like something handy to have.

The quality of the included tools is great, and once you get used to carrying it around, you almost feel lost without it. It really does seem to have just about everything a geek would need. Oddly enough, the DIP switch tool is actually a ballpoint pen. Personally, I think that's more useful, but keep that in mind if you care about keeping your DIP switches pristine.

That all said, it's much thicker than it appears in the picture -- maybe about an inch or so. It's also heavier than an iPod, which takes some getting used to. The Ruby finish looks great when you first get it, but it scratches very easily.

If you have a need for a lot of the tools, this is great to have. But if you're at all concerned with size and weight, you might want to pass on this.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By sbissell3 on March 25, 2007
Color: Ruby Verified Purchase
I'm on my second Swiss Army CyberTool 34 and really love it. The venerable Swiss Army Knife series has always produced outstanding products and this one, in my opinion, is the very best and I'll tell you why.

I travel about 8 months out of the year and normally carry my laptop with me. I've found the CyberTool so useful that I wore my first one out. I use it all the time for minor computer issues and also to remove splinters, dig out warts, repair sun glasses, tighten Scuba Gear, write post cards, cut onions, trim fingernails, remove stitches, clean coffee grinders, and probably more I've forgotten about.

Plus it looks sexy!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By K. Clifford on February 2, 2007
Color: Ruby
Before I got the Cybertool Swiss Army Knife for Christmas, I already owned two other Swiss Army pocket knives: one that's now sold as the Wenger Canyon Genuine Swiss Army Knife, and the other which was essentially the same, but from the late '80s with the BSA logo, from my early days as a scout -- both of which are small and simple knives. I've used that last knife for almost 20 years now, and with proper care it has maintained practically a perfect edge and smooth opening and closure. I love it and it's the reason I still go back to Swiss Army knives: with proven quality, I don't have any real need to try out other brands.

I've never been one for the big multi-tool knives however, but I must say that I love the Cybertool. Of course it has all of the standards, but the real attraction is in the addition of the screwdriver with 7 interchangeable bits (1 regular, and 3 double-sided). I do a lot of pc hardware work and honestly don't usually need more than one of the phillips-head screwdriver bits, but the rest, even the star bits, come in handy if you've ever encountered security screws, which seems to happen more and more frequently. For both the screwdriver and the pliers, the construction is solid and the alignment is perfect. All of the tools open and close solidly, and the removable items (tweezers, toothpick, and ballpoint pen) are held firmly in place. It was always the size of the larger multi-tool knives that turned me off, but this one is just right. Big enough to house everything I need, but not so large that it feels heavy and cumbersome in my pocket.

I gave the knife a rating of "4" for three simple reasons. The first one is the translucent body.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Atomicwasteland VINE VOICE on December 6, 2006
Color: Sapphire
I've had several "fat" Swiss Army knives over the years, and this is my favorite. The highlights for me were three things: The screwdriver socket set, the pliers, and the pull out pen. (I also like the option to get this knife in blue. I have been so used to the red ones I was glad for the change).

First, regarding the screwdriver socket pieces, they are pretty well made, with a tiny spring loaded bearing in the middle. This means that when you plug the pieces into the socket they sort of lock in, and won't drop out when you are trying to use them. The 4 socket bits are double sided (with a separate driver head on each side). They contains 3 different sizes of Phillips heads, 3 hex heads (weird, but useful on the off chance you need them), 1 octagon head (basically a "blank"), and 1 regular screwdriver head. (Keep in mind that the knife set also contains the standard screwdriver options as well, so that explains why only 1 socket is a regular screwdriver. You also get a tiny screwdriver which is stored within the corkscrew, and a larger one that flips out from the back of the knife).

Second, is the cool set of pliers. They are relatively thick, so can actually be of some use, and most Swiss Army knives don't come with this feature.

Third, is the tiny pen which you can separate from the knife entirely. I keep this knife in my car, and on many occasions I don't have a pen lying around, and I grab this one to help me out.

Finally, I am quite pleased that this set did not contain a USB drive like some of the other new Swiss Army knives. This might be initially entertaining, but in 6 months it is going to be so outdated that you are going to wish you had a plain old knife! (Imagining trying to give this knife to your kid in 10 years. Dad, what is this weird thing on the knife?)

Great Stocking Stuffer!
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