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Swiss Army Toothpick Replacement


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Small Toothpick Replacement. Fits knives measuring 3 inches closed and smaller.

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  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • ASIN: B000MGQH9K
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By "Swiss Army JIM" on December 29, 2010
These are GENUINE Victorinox replacements, and are made to fit only SMALL VICTORINOX knives.

This listing is for the SMALL toothpick, which fits ONLY the SMALL KNIVES such as the Classic SD which is 2.25" (58mm) long, and other similar models based on that frame.

It is also used on the somewhat uncommon 74mm models, such as the Executive and the Ambassador.

If you are looking for a replacement for any VICTORINOX knife LARGER than 74mm. -

THIS IS NOT GOING TO FIT!
Look for the LARGE REPLACEMENT TOOTHPICK (or Tweezers, as the same size issues apply to those as well.)
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A. Kent-Isaac on June 16, 2009
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, once said "eine gute Zahnstocher ist wichtig" - in English, "it's important to have a good toothpick." Those words, uttered more than five hundred years ago, are still every bit as true as they were on the day they left Maximilian's mouth (which, it bears mentioning, was immaculately maintained - with, you guessed it, a toothpick.)Maximilian had the largest toothpick collection of the 15th century, including specimens from as far away as India and Iceland. His favorite toothpick, though, was a gift from the Count of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. It was carved from imported walrus ivory and presented to Maximilian in 1508 upon his assumption of the throne of Holy Roman Emperor - it would remain tucked within his velvet cap until the day he died.

Maximilian, as a member of the House of Habsburg, had symptoms of the hereditary mandibular prognathism which that family was known for, including a slight underbite (relatively minor, compared to some of the later Holy Roman Emperors.) He sometimes had difficulty chewing, especially in later life, and the diet of roasted meats and seeded fruit which he enjoyed meant that small bits of food matter frequently became lodged between his teeth. A lesser man would have allowed this to go unchecked, letting his mandibles decay from bits of old and rotten food rather than rising to the occasion. But Maximilian, who is sometimes referred to by historians as "The Last Knight," showed the same valour in the upkeep of his person as he did on the field of battle. He reached for his ivory toothpick, and wielded it like a sword of courage against the craven horde of gristle and seed husk.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By few9880 on September 26, 2007
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Excellent replacement for a trusty tool. Old toothpicks either wear down or are lost - and this is the manufacturers replacement.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lightstream on January 17, 2010
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yay! it's back!

was hard to live without it and all the local retailers that used to sell them don't now.

it's real, perfect replacement, top notch, couldn't be happier LOL
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Never thought after I lost the toothpick and tweezer that they could be replaced. This toothpick replcement fit my knife just like the old one and I have five more to go if I loose this one. Can't beat it.
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By Sydney Sheldon on March 14, 2013
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These toothpicks are the exact item that we lost. My boyfriend has about 4 different Swiss Army Knives, so it's great to have the replacements, and they are the same quality as the original.
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