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Victorinox Swiss Army Manager Pocket Tool
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- Manager includes 10 unique features including blade, mini-screwdriver tip, ball point pen and scissors
- Bottle opener with mini-phillips screwdriver that is perfect for assistance with eye wear.
- All stainless steel implements
- Just 2-1/4 inches long
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|Item Dimensions||0.25 x 2.25 x 0.6 in||0.25 x 2.25 x 0.6 in||0.93 x 3.66 x 0.59 in||6 x 1 x 9 in|
|Item Weight||—||0.8 ounces||2.2 lbs||2.4 ounces|
Swiss Army knives like the Manager with perfect for the person who needs a little more than the original classic model. This knife adds a few features not available on the classic sd model including a retractable ball point pen, bottle opener, and mini-Phillips screwdriver along with the usual useful features we've grown familiar with on a Swiss Army knife of blade, scissors, and regular screwdriver tip. The perfect piece for your pocket!
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- It has a magnetic Philips-head screwdriver/bottle opener and retractable pen versus the Classic which doesn't, but you lose the toothpick with this one (replacement toothpicks can be ordered here on Amazon as well as springs, tweezers, and pens).
- The blade and scissors can be used opposite of the keyring which can get in the way if you use this with your keys (Classic and Signature models have this flaw).
- It features a lighter weight and smaller width than the Minichamp, which -- although contains 4 or 5 more tools, they do add much more functionality to justify the larger size and price. This model is more practical in my opinion. The only tool you can't really substitute on the Manager from the Minichamp is the cut and picker blade (which can be used as a hook, orange peeler, or package opener).
If you are looking for a tiny light-duty multi-tool or Swiss Army Knife that you can carry everyday that won't weigh you down and still contain a decent amount of usable tools, this is the one to own. If you don't already own a flashlight or LED light, the Midnight Manager ditches the tweezers and stainless steel emblem for an LED light. The Rambler model contains the toothpick instead of the pen if you prefer a more classic configuration. Not entirely sure how well the plastic pen slider will hold up over the years, but fortunately Victorinox has a lifetime warranty.
Unfortunately, the scissors on the Manager were not opening properly (which is very surprising, as Victorinox's quality and QC are normally impeccable). The tension was way too stiff, and prevented the blades from fully opening. They were constantly getting stuck in the nearly-closed position.
Amazon sent me a replacement Manager, but it had the same problem.
Having owned several Victorinox SAKs, I'm disappointed. Their scissors were previously the best precision scissors I've ever owned. If this is the new normal, for Victorinox, I'll have to look at another company. Perhaps Gerber or Leatherman.
I bought this shortly after having had the Rambler for a few weeks when I was wondering what compact pen to carry with me every day. I don't miss the tooth pick at all, the knife and the screwdriver serve its purpose nicely (I only used it for poking around in narrow spaces). The pen takes up a little more space than the took pick did, so the Manager is a tiny bit thicker than the Rambler.
I'm also happy that the pen is replaceable with the Victorinox Retractable Pen Refill, which I already bought to have it available when I need it.
In addition to this little gem I only carry a Photon Freedom and an Olight I3E EOS SILVER on me at all times, and am not missing anything most days!
Unlike my full-sized Explorer, I can get away with carrying my pinky-sized Manager more often, more comfortably, and more subtlety. I highly recommend keeping it on a quick-release mechanism (I personally favor keeping it on a tiny carabiner).
Thus, instead of a back-up, its served as my go-to tool 5-times more often then my full-sized swiss knife, which i'm forced to carry less often. Granted, I've had to take it off my key-chain on 8 occasions for certain job interviews, overzealous bouncers at bars, and of course air-travel.
Pen - Although the refills aren't cheap, the built-in pen is the only one I've kept for over a year. I'm less likely to forget it or accidentally slip it out of my pocket. True, some people may give a curious look when you use it. But I've been in 3 dozen situations where it was the only pen nearby.
Blade - always handy for tape, packaging and occasionally even poking holes into aluminum foil for a neighbor's tobacco hookah.
Phillips-head/ Bottle-Opener - This Bizarre-looking tool is my favorite. Please bear in mind that this small opener takes a little more finess/practice then a full-sized one. The trick is SLOWLY Increase the pressure.
The screwdriver is perfect for small electronics and even sunglasses. It's even magnetized!
Flathead Screwdriver/ File - the flathead has proven as equally useful as the phillips. I don't use the nail file often, as I worry about the bourgeois image I'd give off. An often overlooked asset, is that for smaller/delicate objects its the perfect crowbar if your creative.
Scissors - Very Fine Cut. So I've used these to trim my mustache. As well as remove stray threads off clothing and carpet as they appear.