Victorinox knives have been to outer space – did you know that? They have been to the heart of jungles, across the desert sands, over the arctic tundra, and circumnavigated the globe on boats, planes, and hot air balloons. I know at least six people personally who have a Swiss Army knife in their pockets right now, and there are certainly countless others I don’t know around the world who carry their Victorinox everyday. Since 1897, when Master Cutler Karl Elsener made his first Swiss Army knife, explorers, soldiers, travelers, campers – anyone who relies on their equipment to carry them through – know that, whatever the situation, their Victorinox will be there for them.
I guess I forgot to mention that Victorinox Swiss Army pocket knives have been to the tops of mountains, too. In fact, Victorinox has the Mountaineer, a versatile multi-tool designed for those who risk it all to scale the world’s peaks. The Mountaineer has nine stainless steel implements and seventeen specific features: large blade, small blade, scissors, corkscrew, can opener with small screwdriver, bottle cap lifter with large screwdriver/wire stripper, nail file with nail cleaner/metal file/metal saw, hook, reamer, toothpick, and tweezers.
The Mountaineer is not just for world-class climbers. It would work great for everyday tasks, too. It comes with a key chain attachment, for handy use, and a manufacturer’s lifetime warranty against defects.
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