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VICTORINOX Classic SD Red Swiss Army Knife

Model # 14654750Mfg # 56011

$15.99

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Product Description

The 2 1/4" Classic SD is the epitome of Swiss Army Knife; functional, versatile and always there when you need it. Featuring 7 popular implements, stainless steel blades and Swiss Made precision, the Classic is the perfect companion for everyone.

Tools:

  • scissors
  • key ring
  • tweezers
  • toothpick
  • blade
  • nail file
  • with screwdriver

Specifications:

  • Color: VxRed
  • Blade Type: Multi-tool
  • Length: 58mm
  • Width: 0.7"
  • Height: 0.4"
  • Weight: 0.8oz.
  • Handle Material: Cellidor polished

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Victorinox Classic SD Red Swiss Army Knife
 
5.0

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By Tom

from New Jersey

About Me Military/Law Enforcement

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfortable Grip
  • Durable
  • Functional
  • Sharp Blade
  • Variety Of Tools

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home

    Comments about Victorinox Classic SD Red Swiss Army Knife:

    Best knife ever

     
    5.0

    Real Quality

    By Sorry about the FAA Rules!

    from Central New Jersey

    Pros

    • Handy

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • There When Needed

      Comments about Victorinox Classic SD Red Swiss Army Knife:

      Useful to open tough packaging, cut out printed articles, open protective bottle safety seals, etc. Excellent stocking stuffers. I bought 15 knives when I read the FAA would let them on planes. Unfortunately they rescinded that permission, BUT my recipients said they could easily be slipped into their stored baggage when flying.

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