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Victorinox Swiss Army Climber II Pocket Knife
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- Precision crafted in Switzerland to ensure years of use
- Measures 3.58 inches when closed; weights 3.55 ounces
- Includes a small and large blade, two screwdrivers, bottle and can openers, a corkscrew and a lot more
- Includes a lifetime warranty
- Features more than ten useful tools
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|Item Display Weight||0.55 pounds|
|Package Height||0.8 x 1.1 x 3.6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.2 pounds|
- Blade Material: stainless steel
- Handle: nylon
- Lock Mechanism:
- Spring Assist: no
- Blade Style:
- Blade Edge: straight
- Blade Length:
- Blade Finish:
- Open Length:
- Sheath Included:
- Use: everyday use
- Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime
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 forerunner of that name 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 or versatility.
From the Manufacturer
Fully loaded yet lightweight enough to not drag you down like a boulder, the Climber II by Victorinox Swiss Army is specially crafted to provide you with the highest-quality tools all while leaving the smallest footprint in your pack.
The Climber II, part of the Ecoline, is designed for the adventurist who wants to carry it all without the bulk. The Ecoline offers the same great ingenuity and precision as all Swiss Army Knives, but is encased in a matte finished handle. With its 14 functions and light, 2.91 oz. weight, it is an essential item for your pack.
As with all Swiss Army Knives, the Climber II carries a lifetime warranty, stainless steel implements and unsurpassed Swiss-made quality and durability.
- Weight: 2.91 oz.
- Size: 91mm / 3.5"
- Handle Material: Polyamid (Nylon)
Functions and Tech Specs
- 1 Large Blade
- 2 Small Blade
- 3 Corkscrew
- 4 Can Opener with
- 5 – Small Screwdriver (also for Phillips Screws)
- 6 Bottle Opener with
- 7 – Large Screwdriver
- 8 – Wire Stripper
- 9 Reamer
- 10 Key Ring
- 11 Tweezers
- 12 Toothpick
- 13 Scissors
- 14 Multi-purpose Hook (Parcel Carrier)
From opening a bottle of wine, to untying a knot, the corkscrew is a staple in many of the 91mm models. The corkscrew is also capable of holding a mini-screwdriver.
The multi-purpose hook is only counted as one function despite the fact that it can be used to fit bicycle chains, open sardine tins, carry parcels using the knife handle instead of the string, to pull tent pegs out of the ground when camping, and much more.
These handy scissors can be used for trimming leaves, cutting off tags, clipping coupons, you name it.
The Climber II features matte finish nylon handles as an alternative to the traditional polished Cellidor handles. These textured handles are more hardwearing and provide a superior grip, even when wet.
Home of the Original Swiss Army Knife, Ibach-Schwyz (Switzerland), Since 1884
About Victorinox Swiss Army
Victorinox produces and sells unique, high quality products worldwide which are of practical use in differing areas of life: Swiss Army Knives, Cutlery, Watches, Travel Gear, Fashion and Fragrances. The head office of the company is in Ibach, Schwyz, in the heart of Switzerland. This is where the founder of the company Karl Elsener first set up his cutler’s business in 1884 and, a few years later, designed the legendary 'Original Swiss Army Knife'.
How Can Victorinox Swiss Army Offer a Lifetime Warranty?
The Victorinox Quality System
- Since 1884, the quality of our products has been our first priority.
- Inspections ensure all incoming materials conform to quality specifications.
- Victorinox labs meet the latest standard of engineering.
- All employees are responsible for following quality procedures.
- Quality control personnel are thoroughly trained.
- 100 people work in the final inspection department.
- Two main controlling points checked are function and finish.
- Each and every knife is opened and closed, and the function of each implement is checked.
- We maintain our worldwide reputation by implementing high standards of quality, functionality, design and finish.
Care Tips for Swiss Army Knives
The various tools are manufactured from high-quality steel with precisely tuned features that are essential for the particular application. The steel is tempered, annealed and polished to achieve the necessary hardness and provide optimum resistance to corrosion.
Top Customer Reviews
The Climber II knife is the knife I carry with me every day: even in the office, it always comes in handy. The can opener has a knack for staying sharp, the scissors often trim stray threads, and the long blade is just the thing for peeling a piece of fruit at lunch. I've also used the leather punch to add holes to my belt (thank you, regular exercise!), the corkscrew easily opens a wine bottle, and the bottle opener and screwdrivers get regular use. What's impressed me the most is the durability of the Victorinox steel: I've put all sorts of stress and leverage on the parts and have yet to break one, even prying loose the lid of an old stuck paint can.
Some quick tips for you:
1) Periodically clean out your knife: carefully open all parts, blow dust out, clean pocket lint, etc. Check the screw holding the scissors and tighen it.
2) Oil the knife: if it starts to get hard to pull out the parts, a drop of oil at each end and in the middle (for the leather punch/hook handle) works wonders. Let the oil soak in, wipe up the excess, and don't put it back into your pocket until you've had a chance to work the parts back and forth a few times (to get the oil into the hinges) and then let it sit out on a cloth to pick up leftover leakage. In the comments below, people recommend WD-40, 3-in-1, or neither of those. Amazon customer 'Acmewelding' states below that Victorinox also sells its own Swiss Army Knife lubricant, if you want to go that route. Amazon even sells it here--just search 'Victorinox Oil' and you'll get it.Read more ›
All of the tools on this knife are good. The knife is sturdy and sharp. I've gotten good use out of the bottle opener and the scissors. Corkscrew is helpful, as well.
Is it as nice as the original Climber Economy? No. It's got a plastic or nylon handle which makes it lighter but less cool in my opinion. But is it worth $15? Definitely
Also missing the Philips head screwdriver more than I thought.
It's good for the money but if it weren't so cheap I would return it. I live with my Swiss Army knife in my handbag and use it more than I expect. So I am aware of the difference in finish. I thought having a better grip would be good. Nostalgia wins out. Just doesn't look or feel like a Swiss Army knife.
Good deal for the price. Can't quibble about that. If you are looking for a good pocket knife "plus" this is bang for your buck.
The biggest disappointment with this knife for me is that it does not have the finish that I am used to seeing on a Swiss Army knife. Instead of the smooth red plastic with the inlay Swiss Army insignia, this knife's case is a textured red plastic with a stamped insignia. In my opinion, it feels and looks cheaper that what I have come to expect from Victorinox.
Overall, the casing is of little concern to me. What's inside is most important, and this knife offers a lot for the money.
While this knife is a bit heavy for everyday toting, it's a welcome companion on a hike. Durable and sturdily constructed, I give it a thumbs up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish it had a saw instead of that darning hook thing; what am I, a girl scout? These come rough where every swiss army knife I've had before is smooth. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Keith
Everything I anticipated in a multifunctional knife. Especially appreciate the corkscrew for emergency wine corkage.Published 8 days ago by Merrill or Pam
Got this as a deal. I am pretty sure it is a knock off or a factory reject. I have owned authentic Swiss Army knives before, and this one does not compare to those. Read morePublished 9 days ago by psigstad
Good quality. There is oil left on the blades, but maybe it's for preventing rust? Didn't know the color and material is different from the original one, I like the original one... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
cheaper plastic in handle than expected. does not feel as if it will last.Published 13 days ago by Carolyn R Gonzalez