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A Trusty Little Pocket Toolbox
130 people found this helpful.
This particular pocketknife has become one of my personal favorites for many reasons. For it’s small size it might appear to be a sissy, but it will out do any single blade or three-blade pocketknife of comparable dimension with it’s extra utilitarian options.
Terrific Litle Keychain Tool
62 people found this helpful.
I’ve been carrying these little knives on my keychain for over twenty years. These pocket knives have done terrific service all this time, opening packages, cutting up fruit, removing splinters and all of the light-duty chores that this minature knife was designed to to. My only complaints are not the knife’s fault: (1) when I remove the knife from my keychain, it’s doomed. I’ll lose it before it ever gets the chance to return to my purse, and (2) cow orkers and the like “accidentally” pick them up, and they disappear forever. Airport security considers these knives to be deadly weapons, although the only danger would be from a plane crew laughing themselves to death at the sight of a hijacker trying to overcome someone with a two inch long knife. But for trimming an errant nail or cutting an apple into manageable chunks, this is a great little tool.
Durable, versatile, and it glows in the dark!
23 people found this helpful.
I’ve given several Victorinox Classic SD knives as gifts. Other than my first Vic (the Huntsman) which I bought at a department store, I buy all my Vic Swiss army knives from this seller (Swiss Knife Shop). I bought THIS knife through Amazon because I didn’t want any engraving on it and I was bundling my order with other things. Most often I buy my Victorinox knives directly from the seller because if you buy directly from their website (not here on Amazon) you can get engraving on the knife–and they always offer free shipping. Besides the Victorinox quality, the engraving is what makes them such great gits. For example, I’ve given these Classic SD knives to my soldiers (with last name engraved) when one would surpass all his platoon-mates in certain skills tests. I’ve never given one as a gift and seen disappointment on the recipient’s face. I give these to friends and family too.
A GREAT little tool
51 people found this helpful.
This review is for the Alox version (aluminum scales instead of plastic)…
Utilitarian ‘Le Must’
23 people found this helpful.
A small Swiss Army knife has been my constant companion for the last 30 years. It’s uses are myriad & often. They last like objects made ‘like they used to make them’. This one is a lot more attractive than it’s predecessor which, although still useful, is showing it’s 28 year age.
this is a little knife with scissors. I cut …
11 people found this helpful.
this is a little knife with scissors. I cut myself the first day. Did I mention it was a knife. Use Caution as it is a knife. Oh yeah, it has a toothpick you will lose and tweezers you will never use. but hey, you might use them; there simply is no guarantee. But there is no guarantee in life either. So, deal with it.
One of the best X-mas gifts I ever got
14 people found this helpful.
I got this little pink gem as a X-mas gift about 10 years ago (give or take a few years) from my sis-in-law. I have used it more than I ever thought that I would. Plus my son uses it. My friends all know that I have it wirh me & they’ve used it too. While the scissors are tiny, they are sharp enough & great to have on hand for cutting out coupons while standing in line at the grocery store. It’s also nice to have a little nail file for when your nail chips or breaks. That way you can smooth it down before it gets snagged. This stays on my keychain at all times (unless someone is borrowing it). one side of the outside has finally came off. I think because it got cracked a little from me dropping my keys so much. Other than that, it’s still in great shape.
Just right for the smallest jobs.
10 people found this helpful.
I recently forgot to take my beloved pocketknife out of my pocket before visiting the Statue of Liberty and had to surrender it before boarding the ferry boat. Going for a while without my favorite knife was getting to me and I simply could not find a small replacement with the features I wanted most–until I found this little gem. It has a small blade, screwdriver/nail file, scissors (wonderful!!!) a toothpick and tiny tweezers. This very slim and compact package is just right for my pocket and it not noticible at all. Larger pocket knives tend to stick out and causing wearing issues on my slacks, but not this little guy. It’s really a perfect gift too.