Victorinox SwissTool Spirit Multi-Tool with Pouch
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- Compact and sturdy
- The world's most know brand for multi-tools and pocket knives
- Made is Switzerland
- Folding multi-tool with 27 functions and stainless-steel body
- 2mm, 3mm, and 6mm screwdrivers; Phillips head screwdriver
- Bottle opener, create opener, combi-edge blade, and scissors
- Metal file, metal saw, wood saw, chisel/scraper, and wire stripper
- Measures 4.13 inches long; weighs 5.75 ounces; lifetime warranty
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|Item Display Weight||0.45 pounds|
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|Shipping Weight||0.9 pounds|
As with all Victorinox items, the SwissTool Spirit is made to exacting standards, with dozens of steps going into its construction. Victorinox attends to every detail, from selecting the finest materials to performing the final inspection. In addition, each individual tool has been hardened in a different way to stand up to its designated use. The SwissTool Spirit--which comes with a lanyard hole and a leather pouch--weighs 5.75 ounces and carries a lifetime warranty.
The SwissTool Spirit packs 27 functions into its compact stainless-steel body.
SwissTool Spirit Tools
- Needle-nose pliers
- 2mm screwdriver
- 3mm screwdriver
- 6mm screwdriver
- Wire cutter (for wire up to hardness of 40 hrc)
- Bottle opener
- Crate opener
- Combi-edge blade
- Metal file
- Metal saw
- Wood saw
- Phillips screwdriver
- Isolation length cutter
- Wire bender
- Wire stripper
- Wire scraper/round cutter
- Can opener
- Multipurpose hook
- Coupling for corkscrew
- Hard wire cutter
- Lanyard hole
- 10 individual springs
- Lock release
- Leather pouch
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 original product 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 for versatility.
From the Manufacturer
No tool belt should be without its very own SwissTool Spirit. From its lightweight design, to its ergonomic handles, to its outside-opening implements, there’s not much the SwissTool Spirit can’t do. Truly a handyperson’s helper with a multitude of implements and available accessories, it’s at your service when it’s at your side.
It opens and floats like a butterfly but with its high-quality lifetime guaranteed tools, it certainly packs a punch. At 7.4 oz., the lightweight SwissTool Spirit is versatile enough to toss in your back pocket and spring into use when needed. All tools can be opened from the outside handle without opening the pliers, and every tool includes a locking mechanism to ensure the ultimate in safety and functionality when in use.
A lighter addition to the Swiss Tool Family, the SwissTool Spirit has all the great implements available in standard models, but weighs only 7.4 oz. The stainless steel implements carry a lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship and are durable enough to handle any challenge. Individual springs hold other tools in place so you can access one tool at a time.
Each SwissTool Spirit comes with a pouch to keep your tool safe when not in use.
- Weight: 7.4 oz.
- Size: 105mm / 4.13"
- Handle Material: Stainless Steel
Functions and Tech Specs
- 1 Needle Nose Pliers
- 2 Screwdriver (2mm)
- 3 Screwdriver (3mm)
- 4 Wire Cutter (for wire up to a hardness of 40 hrc)
- 5 Bottle Opener
- 6 Screwdriver (6mm)
- 7 Strong Crate Opener
- 8 Combi-Edge Blade
- 9 Scissors
- 10 Metal File
- 11 Metal Saw
- 12 Wood Saw
- 13 Reamer
- 14 Phillips Screwdriver
- 15 Chisel/Scraper
- 16 Isolation Length Cutter
- 17 Wire Bender
- 18 Wire Stripper/Scraper
- 19 Round Cutter
- 20 Can Opener
- 21 Multi-purpose Hook
- 22 Nylon or Leather Pouch
- 23 Coupling for Corkscrew
- 24 Hard Wire Cutter
- 25 Lanyard Hole
- 26 Ten Individual Springs
- 27 Lock Release
One Step Access
Tools can be opened directly from the outside of the handle without opening the pliers.
Individual springs hold other tools in place. Access one tool not a clump of tools.
Lock and Release
Tools lock into place when opened. To close, simply slide the release button and fold the tool away.
Belt Pouch Included
Choose from Leather or Cordura to keep your tool safe when not in use.
Home of the Original Swiss Army Knife, Ibach-Schwyz (Switzerland), Since 1884
About Swiss Army Knives
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
As way of background I'll share that I'm a computer guy and medium-duty handyman. I use multitools to repair electronics, gutters, minor carpentry & electrical; around the house and work stuff mostly. (Work has been a museum construction site for years).
Short and sweet - the Victorinox is smaller and more dainty - yet stands with the big boys in performance. Smaller and lighter than the others, the Spirit is superbly laid out and moves with solidity beyond its size and a fascinating precisions that is ... well... Swiss. Each tool is easily accessible to the thumbnail and comes out smoothly BY ITSELF. Each tool locks with an individual springlock (the spring lock back looks like the musical part of wind-up music box). Lock release is via an intuitive pull latch. Everything is a chromed glossy mirror finish except the pliers head - which is nice unit.Read more ›
The first impression is that it fits better in the hand, but it feels less solid. I mean, the other tool produced a strong sound while closing and required force to open. It still felt new after three years of heavy use.
However, with the SwissTool one could break his nails trying to open the sheets appling force with a wrong angle. The new tool is much more confortable in that respect.
Also a big improvement are the scissors instead the plain knife. The more useful serrated knife is still there. There are 3-4 new functions and the bit case holds the bits much tighter. The leather pouch has a better construction, but I prefered the black color.
Another benefit is that the new tool is much lighter. To bad there is no ruler on the Spirit, since after some time with the other tool I used to measure small objects or distances on a map quite frequently.
In short, the Spirit is an improvement over the outstanding original tool. I only wonder if the new model will be as solid as the old one.
I purchased the "Plus" version, and the pouch is kind of bulky, since it needs to accomodate the extra stuff (maybe I'll separately buy the one just for the main tool).
Also, I'm not very excited about the main blade (It's not a normal, aggressive looking "pointy" blade, but it's sqare-headed, looks more like a tool. Too bad it's still forbidden to take on a plane...
The tool itself is just great: looks gorgeous and shiny, it feel super solid. I just tested the wood saw and it worked perfectly.
1) The needlenose pliers in spirit is more useful if you need need to grip smaller items.
2) Smaller size, easier to carry.
3) Inner tools can be opened when the pliers is closed.
4) Even better fit and finish in general. Eg locking buttoms, individual springs and that unique blade...etc.
1) Why use the dead pins to connect the whole tool? You can't fix it, you can't change the inner tools.... They should use screws instead.
2) May not 100% stainless steel, note that the file or some parts maybe casehardened steel.
3) No ruler.
4) Unlike some people, i don't like the curved handles of the spirit, sure they make the pliers action perform better, but if you want to use the outside tools, it performs poorer...
5) The new scissors design is bad, the spring is still under tension when closed and it's mouth is so short!
6) That stupid and poorly-designed hook. I only need a simple reamer...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can only compare this to my old Leatherman PST II. The fit and finish on the Vic is clearly superior, and all of the implements move very smoothly and nautrally to me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul Hanley
This is a really nice set of tools. The fit and finish are superb -- just what you'd expect from Victorinox. This ain't some kind of $16. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gallery90
I use it daily. I've gone through about 3 different Leatherman tools. Each one seemed to last less time than the previous. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Justin Pulsipher