Victorinox Swiss Army Tinker Pocket Knife
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- Contains eleven stainless-steel tools
- Large knife blade, small knife blade, Phillips screwdriver, large screwdriver, small screwdriver
- Bottle opener, can opener, wire stripper, reamer/punch, tweezers, toothpick
- Ideal for crafts, workbench; just 3-1/4 inches long
- Includes key ring; lifetime warranty against defects
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From the renowned company that created the Swiss Army knife a century ago comes this complete set of tools--all neatly contained inside a single implement that measures just 3-1/4 inches (84 millimeters) long. Sheathed in the famous Swiss Army red plastic, the Tinker pocket knife is a toolbox small enough to fit into a pocket (and also great for the glove compartment of the car or even attached to your keys, as it comes with a handy key ring).
A valued companion, this pocket knife contains 12 useful stainless steel tools and carries a lifetime warranty against defects. The tools include a large knife blade, small knife blade, Phillips screwdriver, can opener, small screwdriver, bottle opener, large screwdriver, wire stripper, reamer/punch, tweezers, and a plastic toothpick, as well as the key ring. Whether you bring it along to a picnic in the park or a weekend at the cabin, you'll quickly see how indispensable this little really is and you'll wonder how you ever got along without one.
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I've only accidentally cut myself a few times - but be careful, this isn't a dull 'cub scout' knife.
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Great tool, careful very taking out knives they're actually very sharp as they should bePublished 11 months ago by Alex Martin