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This Swiss Army knife features; large and small blades, can and bottle openers, small and large screwdrivers, Phillips screwdriver, fine and mini screwdrivers, scissors, wire stripper, wire cutter, pliers, wood saw, fish scaler with hook disgorger and ruler, metal saw with metal file and nail file, magnifying glass, reamer with sewing eye, corkscrew, hook, wood chisel, ball point pen, and straight pin. Tweezers and a toothpick pull out of the ends of the knife and it is even equipped with a handy key ring. As with all Swiss Army knives, the SwissChamp Knife comes with a lifetime warranty.
In addition to the SwissChamp knife, this SOS set includes a variety of outdoor/survival products such as a sharpening stone, pressure pencil, writing paper, three bandage strips, black and white sewing thread, two sewing needles, five matches, two safety pins, nylon string, signal mirror, ruler, compass, and spirit level. Swiss Army rounds out this set with a handy leather storage pouch.
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It is the greatest thing i have ever had. It was so useful, i have had it for about 53 years.
the knives are useful for cutting and prying, screwdriver for tightning and... Read more
As soon as I opened the box I fell in love with the Swiss Champ SOS. The leather case is top quality and the knife is the same. I carry it with me everyday and it's a life saver. Read morePublished on October 19, 2011 by Johnny Buze
Including the "wife and girls". And everyone should have some survival training as well.
My Swiss Army knife has sawed wood, metal, repaired eyeglasses and various other... Read more
Needless to say, this is the most reliable tool one can have. Very light for all the uses it offers and the tools are very tough and all blades are very sharp. Read morePublished on August 24, 2011 by C. Flesch
I honestly don't own this particular knife... yet. I own a higher-end Leatherman. Many tool nuts like me own something like a Leatherman multitool, but nothing like this. Read morePublished on September 5, 2008 by R. Elwood