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Victorinox Ranger


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  • Features more than 20 useful stainless steel tools
  • Tools include a large knife blade, small knife blade, corkscrew, can opener, cap lifter, bottle opener, screwdriver, wire stripper, reamer, and punch
  • Also includes a key ring, tweezers, toothpick, scissors, multi-purpose hook, wood saw, nail file, metal file, nail cleaner, and a fine screwdriver
  • Measures 3-1/2-inches long; convenient for the glove box, tool box, tackle box, camping weekends, hikes, and much more
  • Includes a lifetime warranty against defects
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    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
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    I regularly use every tool it has.
    K'Tesh
    The scissors, bottle opener, screwdrivers, knives and even the saw have proven the usefulness of this tool.
    royalscoach
    It is very well made and durable overall.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    129 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Yuen K. Wong on June 22, 2005
    Color Name: RedSize Name: OS
    I have always wanted a Swiss Army Knife, probably because I watched too much Macgyver. I ordered the Swiss Champ from Amazon (Which has the best bargain anywhere!) and forgot how big it was. When I got it I was kind of overwhelmed and knew it wouldn't be carried around in my pocket all the time. It is definitely more of a Multi Tool than a pocket Knife. So I looked around and it was a choice between the Ranger and the Craftsman. They are basically the same except that the Ranger has a corkscrew and the Craftsman has a Philips Head screwdriver instead plus the pliers. I really didn't find it necessary to have a set of pliers plus, most Philips head screws can easily be screwed in by a flat head anyway. The pliers would have added a few more millimeters and might have made the knife feel too wide. The Ranger is a great all around tool and not too big for my average sized hands.
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    56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Johnny L. Lewis on February 7, 2006
    Color Name: RedSize Name: OS
    The Ranger is with one exception, the same exact knife model that has been sent up for 20 years on Space shuttle missions as NASA issue. That difference is it has a corkscrew, replacing the phillips screwdriver in the same location on the knife, all other things are the same. They called the model with the phillips "Master Craftsman" and is no longer made.

    The Ranger will handle a lot of different tasks with its tool set. It is even equipped to saw through metal, and wood. A truly

    versatile knife worthy of the MacGiver in you life, or yourself.

    And a good balance between size/weight/abilities.Its alot in one small package.
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    24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Online Shopper on January 24, 2007
    Color Name: RedSize Name: OS Verified Purchase
    I've always had this swiss army knife on every camping/hiking trip I took for the past 8 years. It is a great tool to have around, very sturdy, and gets the job done.
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    18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ian Cooper on April 22, 2010
    Color Name: RedSize Name: OS Verified Purchase
    I've not owned a Victorinox SAK for a while. For years I've used my wife's old SAK Classic, but it went missing during a move, so now it's time to buy a new one. I decided to really figure out what I needed in a knife. I decided I needed the usual stuff for everyday life - blade, can and bottle opener, corkscrew, screwdrivers (both regular and Phillips head). I also needed a metal file and wood saw. This gave me only one option - the Ranger.

    "Now wait", I hear some say, "the Ranger doesn't have a Phillips head screwdriver!" Oh but it does! On the end of the can opener there's a little screwdriver - it looks like a flat head screwdriver but it's really not. It's built to fit Phillips head screws, and it does so perfectly. Now don't get me wrong - you won't be using this screwdriver to drive screws into 2" of wood, but it's perfect for tightening up screws that have come loose, or for removing screws - and really, who needs a SAK for anything more?

    I read some reviews claiming that the Ranger was too large for pocket carry, and for a while I was convinced by this claim. But heck, it's only another 1/8" - maybe 3/16" at most - wider than the old Mountaineer I used to carry, and the Mountaineer always seemed like it needed one more tool. At 5 slots/bays (whatever you like to call them) the Ranger is just about as wide as it is deep. When SAKs get much wider than they are deep - the SwissChamp for example - they just look and feel odd to me, so I think 5 bays is the optimum and the maximum for a true 'pocket' knife.

    One reviewer says he is at a loss to understand the inclusion of corkscrews on so many SAK. I'm not a wine drinker myself, so I would be inclined to agree.
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    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael Brabec on July 11, 2006
    Color Name: RedSize Name: OS
    ...if like me and Mcgyver you find that a versatile tool always available can make a quick fix around the office, campground, on multi day river trips ,or whenever .People who know me are always calling on "McGyver" to come to their rescue with this tool!! I have had to just order a 3rd one due to loss or theft of previous ones because without this knife I almost feel naked and powerless!Have carried this model for countless years and use it practilly daily.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gary French on March 8, 2007
    Color Name: RedSize Name: OS
    If I have my pants on, this knife is in the pocket. I have just replaced the Ranger that I have carried since I was In Viet Nam, with a new one, thought I would treat myself. I couldn't do without it.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Williamson TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 30, 2008
    Color Name: RedSize Name: OS
    The Victorinox Swiss Army Ranger Pocket Knife is one of the more well-known models, but is more evolutionary than one might think. The current model is a good example of how well Victorinox responds to their customers' needs over the years, and the model that currently sits in my glove box is the same one that is here on these pages.

    But this isn't my first Swiss Army Ranger; that was received as a gift from a Swiss photographic equipment company that I worked for in the 1980s, and it had the company logo on the handle. It was received during a trip to that country, and it differed from the current model in that it lacked the small wood chisel and the multi-purpose hook. The corkscrew was grooved, and the scissors had a small screw, which had to be replaced by getting the part from Victorinox in the '90s when it fell out.

    Was advised by a Victorinox employee to put this older model away, as it had a collectible value of sorts (especially with the photo company's logo on the handle) so I did. Another interesting note about this model is that there was a special Space Shuttle version made of the Ranger, that had an inlaid image of the NASA's Space Shuttle on its handle. It differed from the Ranger here in that it had a Phillips screwdriver instead of the corkscrew, and it was retired in the early 1990s and is now a fairly scarce collector's item.

    The Ranger is a standard sized Swiss Army knife (3-1/2"), and it's almost an inch thick. Some find that a bit large for carrying in a pocket, so you may wish to consider getting a
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