|Item Weight||1.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.4 x 1.9 x 0.7 inches|
|Item model number||0330300|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0330300NP|
Victorinox Swiss Army Waiter Pocket Knife
|Price:||$16.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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The Victorinox Swiss Army Waiter Knife is designed for waiters, picknicking and wine connoisseurs. Features all the tools needed opening wine and pop-off top bottles or cans.
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UPDATE: In fact, I'm so happy with this knife that I got a second one to put in the car. I haven't needed to use it yet, but I now have the peace of mind that comes from being better prepared.
Images #2 & #3 suggest that this knife includes the mini screwdriver. Mine came without, so be aware of this possibility.
Update: Despite the nuisances of misleading postings, this knife is definitely my favorite SAK. After adding the mini-screwdriver myself, a sewing pin (the scales feature a hole for storing one behind the corkscrew,) and a lanyard, this knife is perfect. Why doesn't Victorinox equip them this way?
Sure, some people may need tiny scissors more than a corkscrew, but for me, having a full-size, reasonably equipped knife that is thin enough to pocket without bulging is awesome!
It's more than a waiters knife, its my every day knife, and will be as long as its available. I have lost and replaced two prior to my most current one, It's always sad to lose a knife, but I never hesitate to reorder this model.
As far as multi-tool general pocket knives go, the Waiter is my favorite knife from a size, usefulness, and price combination. It has a blade, bottle opener, and corkscrew (along with their trademark tweezers and toothpick) - What you need and nothing else. At 3.25 inches closed and with a 2.5 inch blade (very bottom of base to tip), the Waiter is big enough to be useful, but a little shorter (.25 inches) than the "Camper" Swiss Army knife I grew up with. Importantly, it is slim and light enough to carry comfortably in your front pocket every day as a gentleman's knife. The fact that it's relatively inexpensive means you could get it confiscated at an airport and not cry the blues too hard. People also don't tend to look at you funny when you pull out a medium Swiss Army knife, as they sometimes do when you pull out a compact lock-blade. In sum, you should enjoy this if you buy it.
Note: The Victorinox "Bantam" is the same knife but without the corkscrew. This makes it a bit cleaner looking. However the corkscrew does save you every now and then at office parties, picnics, or when travelling.
This type of knife is sometimes called a "picnic knife".