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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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Product Dimensions11.8 x 4.8 x 1.9 cm
Item model number53101
Weight70 grams
Brand NameVictorinox
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #4,467 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight68 g
Date First AvailableSept. 25 2010
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Zman on Feb. 25 2013
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It was exactly as promised. It seems to be a quality piece so far, although I haven't really tested it yet. You can buy cheaper ones but they always seem to be like tin-knockoffs. If you want to carry a smaller compact Swiss Army Knife and have it work when you need it to...get this one and you won't be disappointed.
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By Canada on Jan. 10 2014
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Very nice and a very sharp knife. Good quality. Screw driver works well. Fits nice in your pocket. Price is reasonable.
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It's nice to have a utility knife with a blade sharp enough you have to be careful with. This is lightweight enough to keep on my car key chainring without it weighing down anything too much, but has a great collection of tools that are actually workable. I used only this to unbox and assemble six chairs and a kitchen table without feeling limited whatsoever.

I've only accidentally cut myself a few times - but be careful, this isn't a dull 'cub scout' knife.
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81 of 86 people found the following review helpful
So you want Phillips screwdriver AND scissors? Nov. 2 2003
By ciniminis - Published on Amazon.com
I saw quite a few reviews here from people who love this model but more or less miss having the scissors. You may want to know that Victorinox makes (at least) 4 slightly different Tinker models: "Small Tinker", "Tinker", "Super Tinker", and "Deluxe Tinker". If the measurement information given above (3 1/4") is correct, then the model sold here is actually the "Small Tinker". The other 3 are full-size models (just 1/4" longer). Trivia aside, what I want to bring to your attention is that the "Super Tinker" model has all the same tools as the "Tinker" plus one - the nifty little scissors! If you're looking for the ideal model that has BOTH the Phillips screwdriver AND the scissors, go with the "Super Tinker" instead.
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
a trusted partner Feb. 26 2003
By Hal - Published on Amazon.com
I carry two pocket knives with me at all times: A Benchmade tactical folder and this knife. I keep the Benchmade on me simply because it's easy to get out and use quickly while your other hand is busy holding whatever it is you're working on (plus the serrations come in handy with tougher material). The Swiss Tinker is a fabulous knife indeed. The phillips screwdriver is a unique departure from the corkscrew (which is also very handy), though it can be a bit akward to use at times. The slim lines and light weight of this knife makes it easy to carry in jeans and suit pants, without making too much of a bulge. Although the scissors in the Swiss knives are without serious competition anywhere in the market, I'm not missing them too much. This knife has been a trusted companion for many years.
One thing I have found about the Swiss knives, though: take off that stupid key ring. If you carry the Swiss in your pocket like I do, the ring will catch every string, wire, and cord in your pocket.
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Great Starter Swiss Army Knife May 9 2006
By John J. Toutant - Published on Amazon.com
If somebody started a 12-step program for Swiss Army Knife owners, I would probably be hauled into the meeting by my wife....but that's my problem. Swiss Army knives are like cars; they run the gamut from sub-compacts, to sedans, to monster SUV's. Using that analogy, the Tinker would probably rate as a dependable and economical light pick-up truck. It can do a lot of jobs, and take quite a bit of punishment, but understandably, does not have the full complement of bells and whistles (corkscew, scissors, pliers, magnifying glass, etc.) that the bigger and pricier models have. The Tinker represents a reasonably good trade-off among the areas of portability, utility, and cost. Not to brag, but I got mine, new in the box, for $8 at a flea market. The Tinker would be a great knife for the Boy Scout/Girl Scout in your life, or some other responsible young person who can be trusted with cutlery, for camping, hiking, outdoor activities, etc. I carry my Tinker at all times, and I'm known to say a quick prayer of thanks each time it saves me a trip to the toolbox for a phillips head screwdriver, or flat tip screw driver. For the sake of modesty, I won't give a "top ten list" of uses for the tweezers and toothpick; I'll leave that up to you.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Good balance between basic and excessive Jan. 29 2011
By dbbradley05 - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this knife because I wanted something more than just a blade but didn't want some of those other knives with a bunch of tools that I will never use. I have a Climber and this knife. The climber is in my bag and this one I keep in my pocket everywhere I go. I haven't, like some reviewers, found myself needing a small pair of scissors on my knife but I can see where some would like it. This is a great knife to keep in you pocket.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Swiss Army Tinkler Nov. 9 2006
By Rob S - Published on Amazon.com
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Have used this knife for years. It is a great size for your pocket, as many of the others are way too big. I am a contractor and its tweezers come in handy for splinters, the screw drivers have saved many trips to the truck and the tooth pick is always there when needed. Of course the knife is great. Only trouble is forgetting I have it with me when going thru security at the airport, lost 3 knives that way.

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