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Victorinox Swiss Army Tinker Multi-Tool, Red, 3.58" Closed - 53101

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Part Number: VN53101
Manufacturer: Victorinox Swiss Army
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VN53101: Tinker
Victorinox Swiss Army
Whether you're simply moving through your day or journeying around the world, the Tinker pocket knife is the Officer's knife for tinkers on the move. You never know what you'll encounter out there, but you know that you and your Tinker pocket knife will always be ready to build, hack or fix anything.
  • blade, large
  • blade, small
  • can opener
  • screwdriver 3 mm
  • bottle opener
  • wire stripper
  • screwdriver 5 mm
  • reamer, punch and sewing awl
  • Phillips screwdriver 1 / 2
  • toothpick
  • tweezers
  • key ring
  • Item: 53101
  • Model: Tinker
  • Length: 3.58"
  • Handle Material: ABS / Celidor
  • Blade Lockable: No
  • One Hand Blade: No
  • Weight: 2.2 oz.
  • Made in Switzerland

UPC Code: 046928531011

Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Utilizes a wide variety of alloys but all contain a minimum of 10.5% Chromium content. Stainless steels will not corrode, rust, or oxidize but are not completely stain-proof so the title is somewhat of a misnomer.
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
4.889 (9 reviews)
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Cheyenne M
Feb 19, 2016
Pros: Included Tools, Sheath/Scabbard, Handle Material, Blade Material, Materials, Locking, Overall Quality, Finish
Cons: None
My boyfriend loved it
I got this handy knife for my boyfriend for Valentine's Day and he absolutely loves it! I do too and will most likely get myself one soon too. He uses at work all the time and when he's home he always uses the screw drivers and of course bottle opener lol. I have to say I made a good choice and am quite jealous! I recommend this to anyone male or female they will like it a lot! This is my first time ordering from knife center and it won't be the last. Thanks guys!
5 out of 5
Jul 29, 2015
Pros: Overall Quality, Included Tools
Cons: None
My favorite too
Hi knife friends- blade big enough and small one saved, drivers, light and as stated wont freak people out! Wont stop enemy forces but its great for EDC carry when you need to "tinker" with stuff- my all arpund fave!
4 out of 5
Oct 02, 2014
Pros: Included Tools, Overall Quality, Locking, Finish
Cons: Blade Material, None
Perfect EDC
I choose this version over the Hiker because of the thinner profile. The saw on the Hiker would be nice for constructing survival snares, but I don't go into the woods without more substantial tools in my kit. Anyway, for the price and size, this is the most useful knife I've ever owned. It's unnoticeable in my front pocket (with the key ring removed) and has every tool I can imagine needing for day to day tasks. Having a Phillips driver in place of a corkscrew is a huge improvement. I've even found myself using the often-ridiculed toothpick daily. The tools have no wiggle when open or closed. An interesting feature is that, as well as fully opening, the bottle opener/large screwdriver also locks open perpendicular to the handle. The factory edges were pretty dull on both blades. A few strokes through a V-sharpener, followed by honing on a steel fixed that. I use the larger blade for utility and save the smaller one for emergencies, such as preforming a field tracheotomy. The steel used is mediocre in quality, but it doesn't rust, its easy to sharpen, and keeps cost down. I use all three screwdriver tips regularly. Everything from firearms disassembly to changing batteries in the kids' toys. The can opener and bottle opener have made me the savior of more than one camping trip. Speaking of sociality, its great having a knife that won't cause a panic when seen, like a "tactical" folder might do. Not a defensive weapon by any means (I don't think its appropriate to call it a weapon in the first place), but that's what I carry a pistol for. It's definitely not a replacement for a true multi-tool, nor would I want to dress a deer with it. Its simply a very useful and convenient tool that's unobtrusive enough to carry at all times. Cheap enough that you wouldn't mind too much if confiscated by TSA. Outside of airports, courthouses, etc., there should be no legal issues with this knife. If you live somewhere that prohibits carrying a little Boy Scout knife, you need to move. Seriously.
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