|Item Weight||2.11 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.58 x 1.02 x 0.67 inches|
|Item model number||1.3603|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1.36|
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Victorinox- Swiss Pocket Knife Spartan
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- - Large & Small blade
- - Can opener with small screwdriver
- - Corkscrew
- - Key ring
- - Toothpick
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Swiss army knife Victorinox Spartan with 12 functions. - - Victorinox Spartan 1.3603 - Length : 91 mm (3,58 inches) - Width : 15 mm (0,59 inches) - Weight : 59 g (2,08 oz) - Color : red - - Tools : - 1. Blade - 2. Small Blade - 3. Cap lifter with : - 4. - screwdriver 5 mm - 5. - Wire stripper - 6. Can opener with : - 7. - screwdriver 3 mm - 8. Corkscrew - 9. Reamer, punch and sewing awl - 10. Tweezers - 11. Toothpick - 12. Key ring - -
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This miniature tool is small enough to fit in any pocket, glove compartment, handbag - anywhere.
I myself have carried a larger one around with me for around 20 odd years which I've recently lost and had to order this one from here.
Swiss Army Spartan Features. . .
Large Blade - 2.75 inches
Small Blade - 1.5 inches
Length (Closed) is 3.5 inches
This one arrived well packaged and it goes without saying as a design classic that the build quality of this knife is non other than first class.
The blades are solid and feel very firm to work with and the tin opener works brilliantly as does the corkscrew. The blades on these knives sharpen up very well indeed too.
This knife if looked after will last for 10 years plus.
There's 1001 uses for this little knife as well as the obvious ones such as pulling splinters out of your fingers > cleaning your teeth > cutting packets/string > stripping wire > general knife work with the blade such as cutting Amazon boxes open, picking staples out of things, tightening glasses screws, opening beer bottles, cutting food tins open and of course opening bottles of fine wine . . .
The other 991 uses you will be ready for as and when they arise in life! and they will :)
A lifesaver at times, once owned you will never go without.
Super Swiss recommended
There are many different Swiss army knife models, personally i don't care for the 101 function ones~ a little bulky & you can get "lost" trying to open the blade you need.
The Spartan incorporates all the features i find the most handy without being bulky. I find the awl tool most useful.
Quality is good, knife blade arrives what i'd call semi-sharp, no biggy to sharpen to taste if not sharp enough.
Bottle opener & corkscrew work excellently as does the can opener~ though you'd only use this if a regular one is nowhere to be found!
Everyone's different, maybe the Spartan lacks one essential tool for you, but my advice would be to study the various models to see which best fulfills your needs & not buy one with too many functions.
There is enough here with the blades, tin can and bottle opener for a basic camping trip and the two screwdrivers are fine for simple DIY tasks at home. I love it.
The Spartan is a direct descendant from the 1st officers knife given to swiss officers in 1857 that also had a corkscrew.
Non threatening, recognized all over the world, versatile and UK carry legal
Compared to some other models, this one doesn't require any future investments as other models have pens, flashlights, accessories, springs on scissors and pliers that will need replacements, or some have a wood saw that after getting blunt you would have to buy a new knife, but the Spartan here what you pay is final and you have a pocket knife for a lifetime.
You only need to sharpen and clean it time to time, so the maintenance is really easy, of course the knife's both blades come razor sharp out of box, Victorinox's usual standard.
For those who say "there is no phillips screwdriver" YES there is, the tip of the can opener works great for phillips screws and has a lot better placement as the phillips you can find on some models where the corkscrew is.
And i prefer this model over the Tinker coz i use the corksrew to hold the Victorinox micro screwdriver which i use a lot and i also bought the Victorinox stainless steel pin to put in the slot bellow the corkscrew (both micro screwdriver and pin are sold separately and hard to get in UK)
This is a 2 layers knife, if you want scissors too look for the Climber or Super Tinker, but those are 3 layer thick, if you want scissors and nailfile and still keep it only 2 layers thick look for the Compact.
The only downside is that the scales (handles) get scratched very easily, but if that happens and ill get too many scratches ill simply buy a new one as it is really very affordable, paying this 14quid for a real swiss army knife, i would anytime.
Its a great EDC and a great gift, do not considers those cheap "chinese army knives" they may cost only 2-6quid, but are useless, blunt, non working screwdrivers, blunt scissors with a gap don't cut nothing.
Get a real swiss army knife, better pay a bit more and get something that is top quality, well made and all functions work as they are supposed to and work perfectly like this Spartan.
Victorinox knives never let me down, you would be surprised how much dust gathered on my toolbox since i bough my 1st Victorinox a year ago.
Give it a try and you will never be disappointed, by the way it does have a lifetime warranty!
A couple of years ago I bought my Son his first knife, opting for this classic. It reminded me of all the things my first penknife and me got upto. So bought myself one. Just the right amount of tools, good sharp main and secondary blades. Fabulous build quality and that familiar, reassuring feel in the hand.
The multi tools are now cast away to a dark draw, replaced by the reassuring lines of a classic.
Compact with good sharp blades and a handy set of utilities, although missing a phillips/crosspoint screwdriver (although inclusion would likely make it larger than I would like) so all in all a excellent pocket knife/tool
SAK's don't really attract attention when used either, most people know them and they're legal to carry most places in the UK.
It has a decent pair of long and short knives, a couple of screwdrivers, bottle opener and corkscrew, I doubt that many people will ever need more than that in a penknife. Handy for travelling.