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Victorinox Swiss Army SwissTool with Pouch

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  • Handy Swiss Army multitool for campers, tinkerers, hikers, and more
  • Contains 24 hardened stainless-steel tools for a variety of uses
  • Tools open individually, lock in place, and close with pushbutton
  • Includes screwdrivers, openers, blades, saws, rulers, and more
  • Comes with nylon belt pouch; measures 4-1/2 inches long; lifetime warranty
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Victorinox pocket tools incorporate more than a century of tradition and experience. In 1884, the original knife workshop was established by karl and victoria elsener and the first delivery of knives to the swiss army was made in 1891. When karl elsener created the "original swiss army knife" in 1897, he began what would become the symbol for quality, functionality and swiss inventive talent all over the world.

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From the renowned company that created the Swiss Army knife a century ago comes this folding tool kit--neatly contained within a single implement that measures just 4-1/2 inches long and 1-1/3 inches thick, weighs just 10 ounces, and comes in a polyester/nylon belt pouch. Its rugged stainless-steel construction and ease of use make this tool kit is a tribute to the precision of Swiss engineering. Tools open individually (no clumping), lock in place, and fold with a push button. The SwissTool carries a lifetime warranty against defects. The tools include pliers; 2-, 3-, 5-, and 7-1/2-mm screwdrivers; Phillips head screwdriver; wire cutter; bottle opener; large knife blade; serrated blade; metal file; metal saw; wood saw; reamer/punch; chisel/scraper; crate opener; wire bender; wire stripper; wire scraper; can opener; 9-inch ruler; 230-cm ruler; electrical crimper; and lanyard hole. --Fred Brack


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Product Manual [66kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 6 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: Switzerland
  • ASIN: B0000224UE
  • Item model number: 53905
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #137,433 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Paul Geffen on May 6, 2000
The American Leatherman was a great improvement over the Swiss Army knife, and now the Swiss have turned around and improved on the Leatherman, and it's cheaper too.
This tools has a better finish than the American, and all the blades are on the outside and all of them lock.
Combine this with a Leatherman Micra and you have everything you need for light and heavy duty work, unless you are a plumber!
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By David Vine on March 11, 2000
I purchased this GEM when it first came out and have never regretted it. My job requires me to do a variety of network installations from regular Phone lines to Ethernets. The wire cutter and strippers have proven invaluable. The Crosscut saw has proven a worthy drywall saw, and the chisel has proven more handy then I could ever imagined. But one of the most outstanding feature that sets this knife a step above the rest is the fact that each item securely locks into place (no more worries about knocking your knuckles). If you need a SOLID multi-tool that can help you at home or on the job, You Have Found IT!
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By A. Alsherri on September 21, 2002
This is a high quality precise well made piece of art. Also the steel used in this tool is of high quality and not brittle like other tools. I gave this tool five stars. I give leatherman and gerber tools three stars each. If you don't believe me put this tool in one hand and any other tool you wish to compare in the other hand and compare. The only thing I like to have in this tool (new version) is a larger scissors. The one I have has small scissors. They are fine but a larger one will make them more practical.
UPDATE:
This review is for the new version tool (the one with scissors). I recently bought a Leatherman Wave tool...try to compare the two and give an honest opinion about the quality and the practicality of the two. The finish and the built quality of the Swiss tool is much better than the Leatherman. There is really a big difference here. The Vic. Swiss Army tool has a bigger and smoother pliers. The Leathermans Wave tool has too many small useless low quality bits without locking system. The Victorinox tool has an excellent smooth locking system that keeps the bit you use in place (think safety). The Swiss tool was designed to make it easy to open the bits you want to use. On the other hand, I have to figure out how to open the small bits in the Leathermans. You open one of the bits you don't want just to open the one you want hoping there is enough friction between the two bits (poor design).
The truth I returned the Leatherman Wave...because there is a big big difference between the two tools. The only good thing in the Leatherman is the metal file...The Swiss saw is an efficient fast great wood saw. Gerber new models may compete with Swiss Tools but The steel seems to be brittle and prone to breakage. I bought an extra (new version) Swiss Tool...
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 27, 1999
The Leatherman Wave is a fine product but this one is even better and more versatile. The only thing this product doesn't have is scissors so I also carry the Leatherman Micra!
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Abe Vigoda on July 16, 2003
One of the two best multi-tools on the market today. (the other being the Leatherman SuperTool 200)
PROS:
1) Strong pliers with comfortable grip
2) All blades can open while pliers are closed and all blades lock
3) Useful Chisel blade
4) Anti-rust finish
5) Heavy Duty steel
CONS:
1) The file on the "X" model seems to be made of aluminum. After some use the "steel" plating chipped off. The Leatherman file is much tougher and can be used on wood or metal.
2) You might break your nails trying to open the blades.
*UPDATE*
>> I sold sold the "X" model and purchased the "RS" model thereby trading the cheap file for a curved serrated blade. I like this tool much better now.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dave on August 9, 2004
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I own several multitools, in different brands. All have their pluses and minuses, all have at least one "cool" factor, as well as one or more questionable design choices. But if I had to pick just one, it would be the SwissTool.

The SwissTool is not sexy, like Leatherman's "Wave" or their new "Charge" series. It doesn't have spring-loaded jaws that pop out at the touch of a button, like the Gerber "Recoil". And it doesn't have geared jaws like the SOG.

However, what the SwissTool is, is jaw-droppingly precise, gorgeous, and superbly executed. The stainless steel is polished, not matte or roughened. Each tool is easy to get out, slides out by itself (not in a clump), and has just the right amount of friction. The fingernail nicks are positioned very well, so that you don't need another tool just to open this one. Once the tool is out, it locks into place so firmly you can tell you'd break the tool before the lock itself would fail. And when you need to put the tool back, the unobtrusive spring-loaded release lets you fold the tool back with no effort.

While this page seems to list the basic SwissTool, when I ordered it, I received the RS model, which is the one I wanted anyway. The RS model does away with the metal file, metal saw, and serrated blade, and replaces it with scissors, and what Victorinox calls a "seatbelt cutter", which is a very sharp, curved serrated blade.

As I said, I collect multitools, and none comes close to the individual tool precision, polished fit-and-finish, and comfortable heft of the SwissTool. When you factor in the low price (compared to other tools at this quality level), getting the SwissTool is a no-brainer.
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