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Victorinox Swiss Army Spartan Knife
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- Compact and sturdy
- The world's most know brand for multi-tools and pocket knives
- Made is Switzerland
- Compact pocket knife with 11 tools
- Acid-resistant plastic and aluminum handle
- 100% stainless steel components
- Features blades, can and bottle openers, screwdrivers, wire stripper, corkscrew, and reamer
- Includes tweezers, toothpick, and key ring
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With 12 implements, you'll find more than 100 uses for the Victorinox Swiss Army Spartan Knife. Rest assured, this companion multi-tool will assist you in any situation; it's a must have for anyone. The Spartan is 3.5 inches in length and includes 12 useful implements such as two different sized blades, bottle openers and the essential toothpick and tweezers. The Spartan comes with a lifetime warranty and has unmatched quality and functionality.Corkscrew.Key ring.Bottle opener.Reamer.Tweezers.Can opener with small screwdriver.Length: 3.5"..Width: 1"..Wt. 2.1 oz..
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Top Customer Reviews
I couldn't be more happy with this knife. I carry it with me every day. It's built extremely well and all the tools are absolutely solid and stand up on their own right. Here's my breakdown:
Blades: both were extremely sharp out of the box. I use the smaller one for opening packages and the larger one for slicing duties (impromtu steak knife, apples, etc..).
Bottle opener/flat head screwdriver/wire stripper: Bottle opener is solid. Screwdriver is broad and will work in most situations.
Can opener/phillips screwdriver: The screwdriver will work in most situations. It's not great for tiny screws. I haven't used the can opener.
Awl/wine foil cutter: I use this to remove the foil off of wine bottles after reading another review. It has a bit of an edge to it so it does this nicely.
Corkscrew: I use this a lot. A lot. This is where most knives start to fall apart. It gets the job done and the knife is still as solid as ever.
Overall, the knife has a nice weight (feels solid without being heavy) and feel to it. I love the wood, it looks nice and feels better than plastic in your hands. This has become my EDC.
This little wonder has a large and small knife, a corkscrew, a punch, a can opener with a flat blade screwdrive on the end, a bottle opener with a flat blade screwdriver on the end and what purports to be a wire stripper on the side (I have never used that), a key ring, tweezers and a toothpick. This knife is water resistant and made of high quality components.
I tend to use the knives on the pocket knife more than any other tools. After that I find that the combination of one of the knives and the tweezers are useful for splinters and thorns, and thus the tweezers often become the third most useful tool. I must admit that occasionally I use the toothpick, particularly when real toothpicks are not available.
The smaller screwdriver blade is small enough that it can also fit into a Phillips head screw. I have even been able to use the flat blade on some small internal hex head screws. I have never used the corkscrew, and I have used the punch as an awl. The can opener blade has yet to be used on this knife as well.
The difficulty with carrying tools is that they can fill your pocket very quickly. This small Swiss Army knife is small enough to fit into a purse or a pocket and yet large enough to be useful. While the larger Swiss Army knives have even more and larger tools and blades, they are also harder to carry. Of course this particular knife will not replace a tool box, but I find it amazing how many tasks I can accomplish with the simple tools available in this gem.