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Victorinox Swiss Army Classic SD Pocket Knife
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- Compact and sturdy
- The world's most know brand for multi-tools and pocket knives
- Made is Switzerland
- Compact Swiss Army pocketknife for campers, hikers, and all-around users
- Enclosed in a classic Swiss Army housing with American Flag graphic
- Includes small blade for cutting, pair of mini scissors, and plastic toothpick
- Nail file with screwdriver tip; compact metal tweezers; key ring for transport
- Measures 2.3 inches long; weighs 0.77 ounces; lifetime warranty
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 3 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
About Swiss Army Knives
In 1884, Swiss cutler Karl Elsener set up shop in Ibach-Schwyz, installing a waterwheel in Tobelbach Brook to run his grinding and polishing machines. Thus began what would become the international brand name Victorinox, a combination of Victoria, for Elsener's mother, and "inox," or stainless steel. Today, Victorinox produces watches, luggage, clothing, and, famously, Swiss Army Knives. The original product dates to 1897, when Elsener patented the Swiss Officer's and Sports Knife he supplied to the Swiss Army. Following World War II, American servicemen and women shopping in PX stores shortened the name to Swiss Army Knife, which lives on in English-speaking countries around the world and has become a metaphor for versatility.
Top Customer Reviews
There are two major (authorized) manufacturers of Swiss Army knives: Victorinox, the maker of this particular favorite of mine and Wenger, a reliable alternative brand that makes many similar and some even nearly identical models. I have used both over the years and have found there to be absolutely no appreciable differences in the quality, durability or pricing of the knives. With so many models to choose from, it probably makes sense to decide which features you need and then shop both brands for the best price you can find. But back to the knife at hand, the SA Classic SD Pocket Knife.
This is the one of the smallest knives in the Victorinox line. Measuring only about 2 1/4" long and about 1/4" wide, it adds little by way of heft to a key ring. It is a compact knife containing a total of 6 equally compact tools. This is not for the big things. This is a small knife with small tools to deal with small things. With expectations appropriately set, it is unsurpassed in it's usefulness as a basic daily tool.
There are compartments on the outer casing of knife - each containing a small appliance.Read more ›
For versatility and simplicity it's hard to beat this item. Sure there are SAKs with more blades and tools, but the simple knife/screwdriver/scissors combination is going to meet the vast majority of your needs (ok, it doesn't have a bottle opener: use a door strike plate, MacGyver). The toothpick is so-so, but I can't count the number of times I've needed to tweeze something and used the SAK tweezers when I couldn't find the bathroom set. The key fob, while not the most exciting of features, does provide a convenient way to carry the SAK around with you.
This item is sure to please. I love mine. You'll love yours. Buy one for someone else - they'll love theirs.
When all tools are folded in, the unit measures about two and a forth inches long or a little more that five and a half centimeters. Weighing just a few grams, it's a pocketknife that is basically so light; you won't even notice you're carrying it. Comes with a single blade which is about one and a half inches long (3.5 cm), a nail file with a regular screwdriver head, toothpick, tweezers, scissors and a tiny key ring for attachment, not to mention the Swiss Army quality.
Often inside or out, I'm doing some kind of small project that involves typical constructive handy work, and have come to love the tweezers on this contraption. So nice to have that on hand the moment I get a splinter, especially when dealing with a painfully nasty one from fiberglass. I can just reach into my pocket; use the tweezers to pull out the sliver right on the spot, thus preventing infection and further aggravation. The least useful tool for me on this pocketknife has been the toothpick, I never seen it as anything grand, but it's there anyway and doesn't take up too much space.
All tools except the toothpick are made of stainless steel, and I was particularly impressed with the scissors, made in good quality construction that will enable it to last for a long while. The toothpick on the other hand is made of a plastic, durable enough for it's designated task. To use them, the toothpick and tweezers slide out of their slots and detach from the complete unit itself.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had one of these little knifes for 30 plus years. I bought this one for my wife for her EDC kit. She loves it.Published 8 hours ago by Amazon Customer
This is a great little pocket knife that will easily handle all your light tooling needs. Give Sharp and accurate cuts, I love it's versatility, and I'm always using the scissors. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Itburns1
I love my key chain pocket knife. I use it daily. I use the knife, scissors and tweezers the most.Published 23 hours ago by Rebecca Monk Dezan
I keep this on my keychain for manicuring my nails, opening packages, and many other minor day-to-day tasks. Super handy, and good-looking, too! Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dustin Checketts
I'm one of those people that doesn't always understand how big something is from reading its measurements. So I was anticipating this pocket knife to be a bit.... well, larger. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Joanna R. Stringer
I love this little knife. It is perfect for those times when you are in a formal or professional setting and a larger knife clipped to your pocket is just not appropriate. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Richard