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Victorinox Swiss Army SwissChamp w/Over 30 Functions Sapphire Handle - 53507

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Part Number: VN53507
Manufacturer: Victorinox Swiss Army
Retail Price: $103.00
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VN53507: Swiss Champ in Sapphire color
Victorinox Swiss Army

Features: large blade, small blade, corkscrew, can opener with small screwdriver, bottle opener with large screwdriver, wire stripper, reamer, key ring, tweezers, hook, wood saw, fish scaler with ruler, nail file with metal file and saw, fine scrwdriver, chisel, pliers with wire cutter and crimper, magnifying glass, pressurized ball point pen, straight pin, and sewing eye.

Backed by a rich heritage of quality and craftmanship, the SwissChamp represents the ultimate in functionality all in one convenient tool. Over 30 features!

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Christopher W
Nov 25, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Materials, Handle Material, Locking, Finish, Overall Quality, Included Tools
Cons: None
SwissChamp, Translucent Sapphire Handle
Unsurpassed quality, as are all Victorinox. Could put a small phillips head screw driver on the end of the carry hook. Wonderful little chisel blade tool. I think Vic. tools are all 420HC, but they harden them to a very "slice-y" knife blade. I`ve done lots of wood carving, including bamboo with their blades, and they really stand up to wear. Victorinox can openers work better for me than Leatherman. This model is large to carry, 1" x 1.25". I like the Huntsman for general EDC. This SwissChamp has a great selection of tools, altho the fish scaler/ruler could be something else for my preferences, maybe a wharncliff blade ?
5 out of 5
The Judge
North Dakota
Nov 20, 2009
Pros: Materials, Finish, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, Included Tools
Cons: None
Super Jack
This attractive knife does everything but make coffee. If you need to down small trees or branches (wood saw)or cut off a protruding nail (metal saw), or jot down a quick note (pen), clip your toe nails (sissors)pick your teeth, pull out a sliver (tweezers and a straight pin), start a fire (high power glass), cut practically anything (two razor sharp cutting blades), drive screws (multiple large and small screw-drivers, including a very good phillips driver,tighten a small bolt (pliers), shape wood (wood chisel), drill holes in leather, wood, other soft material (awl)remove the cork from wine bottle (cork-screw), strip coated wire) remove the scales from a fish (tool to do that combined with ruler in English and metric units), then this is the knife for you. Frankly, I wouldn't be without one (and I never am). Get yours as soon as you can.
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