Victorinox Swiss Army Deluxe Tinker, Red
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- The product is Deluxe Tinker Knife
- Easy to use
- The product is manufactured in China
- Handy Swiss Army multitool for campers, hikers, boy scouts, and more
- Contains 16 hardened stainless-steel and plastic tools for a variety of uses
- Includes large and small blade, can opener/screwdriver, and scissors
- Mini pliers with wire cutter, toothpick, tweezers, and bottle opener
- Precision crafted in Switzerland; measures 3-1/2 inches long; lifetime warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
If you're looking for a knife that is durable and useful, Swiss Army is the way to go. Any of their knives are good.
Personally, I carry a SwissChamp most of the time. So, the size of the Deluxe Tinker does not bother me. If it is a concern of yours ask yourself this, how big is the cell phone you never thought twice about tucking into your pocket? Odds are bulkier than this tool and with the Deluxe Tinker weighing only 4.4 ounces probably heavier too. So, is it really too big to be comfortably carried daily? (Full dimensions of the Deluxe Tinker; Length: 3.6" x Width: 1" x Height: 0.8" & Weight: 4.4 oz.)
For the life of me I can't understand why the Deluxe Tinker does not ship with a straight pin installed. If you look at some other SAK models (the Swiss Champ for example) you will see they have a straight pin tucked "under" the cork screw. The Deluxe Tinker has this hole; it's just missing the straight pin. Go down to the local craft store and pick up a box of "1 1/4 inch Size 20 Dressmaker's Pins" and put one in! (A box of 200+ will run you about $5.)
I won't go into gory detail reviewing each tool on this knife. There is no shortage of such reviews if that's what you're looking for, and like I said everyone has their own opinion. I'll just make 3 points that lead me to carry this tool for years.
First, this knife is really the perfect middle ground between the Tinker and SwissChamp models. I LOVE my SwissChamp, but if I were forced to pare it down to the tools I absolutely would not go without here they are (including the straight pin).Read more ›
Now and then, it would have been nice to have a corkscrew, but the Phillips is much more useful to me---it all depends on what kinds of situations you find yourself in from day to day---drinking wine or torquing screws?
The one tool I've never used is the little hook thing that I think you're supposed to use for lacing your boots or something. I've never needed help lacing my boots, so I guess I could do without that tool---maybe they could replace it with another type of screwdriver or a mini blowtorch. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Too difficult to open the blades. I should have purchased a smaller pocket knife for my husband. It was a gift for an elderly man who has not the dexterity in his hands to open... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Brenda Hesse
I do love my pocket knives. Must have one with me at all times. The scissors, toothpick, tweezers, etc. - never know when you'll need them or something else.Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Useful tool, wish I had a smaller one with screwdrivers for on the go.Published 1 month ago by eggplant
This is my favorite tool to have in my pocket all the time. I lost mine last week and had to get another one. Hopefully it will turn up, but this is something I can't be without. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael