Victorinox Swisscard Lite Pocket Tool
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- Compact and sturdy
- The world's most know brand for multi-tools and pocket knives
- Made is Switzerland
- New LED mini white light; 18,000 MCD
- Reddot design award winner 2004 for design quality, innovation in form and function
- 13 tools include: Letter opener/blade, scissors, rulers, tweezers
- Special features include magnifying glass, straight pin, pressurized ball point pen and Phillips screwdrivers
- Precision crafted in Switzerland; lifetime warranty
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 6 x 1 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.06 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.15 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.15 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
Victorinox is enhances its already popular Swisscard Lite with a new LED mini white light. This versatile multi-tool is the size of a credit card with features that would put a gold card to shame. Includes 13 features: LED mini light, magnifying glass, letter opener/blade, scissors, straight pin, nail file, two screwdrivers, tweezers, toothpick, ball point pen, ruler in inches and a ruler in centimeters. 3.25 in. closed length.
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Top customer reviews
Pros: Credit card style - can fit into a wallet or purse credit card slot
Pressurized ball point pen
Screwdriver (3 mm, 5 mm)
Phillips screwdriver #00-0, #1-2
LED mini light
Ruler (inches, cm)
CAVEATS - does not include a nail file (which is on their regular Swisscard) - oh well - the LED mini-light, magnifying glass and screwdrivers are fair substitutes.
Bottom line: I like it!
Cons: I wish the blade was full tang - it's not, so be careful not to handle it too rough. The flashlight is maybe not as bright as one would hope, but it's super compact so that's probably what you get in that tiny form factor. Those flattened Phillips screwdrivers almost never work, I'd say skip it and use one of the slotted ends in your Phillips screw's head. I would lose the tweezers and replace with a flint; you already have the steel blade, so now you'd have a firestarter. The magnifier could also firestart, but having a backup option never hurts!