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Swiss Army Knife With 512MB USB Drive only £17.99 plus Quidco

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Swiss Army Knife With 512MB USB Drive £17.99 Free Delivery + quidco RRP: £54.99 | You save: £37.00 (67%) In stock. | Usually dispatched within 24 hours. Specifications * 512mb USB 2… Read More
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Swiss Army Knife With 512MB USB Drive

£17.99 Free Delivery + quidco

RRP: £54.99 | You save: £37.00 (67%)

In stock. | Usually dispatched within 24 hours.

Specifications

* 512mb USB 2.0 Memory Drive
* Password Protected
* LED Indicator
* Read max. 1MB/sec
* Write max. 0.85 MB/sec
* Knife Tools Include:
* Ballpoint Pen
* Knife/blade
* Red LED
* File
* Screwdriver
* Scissors
* 512MB Flash Drive
* System Requirements:
* Win XP, Win 2000, Windows ME
* Linux 2.4 above
* MAC OS 9.0 & higher
* Mac 8.6 mass storage driver available from Apple USB Class 2.0 USB bus powered Security features Password protection for private zone with SecureLOCK

Description

Remember the old Swiss army knives when they were the essential accessory for every man...? Well now they have gone all technical with the addition of a USB memory flash drive.

Compatible with Windows, Mac OS and Linux, this handy tool comes equipped with SecureLOCK software for data protection, and an LED light to indicate if the memory is currently being written to or read from. The memory is independent from your computers hard drive, and is permanent but with the ability to delete or store data as required. The device can be used with any USB connection and is detachable. This tool is supplied with a blade, nail file with screwdriver, scissors, ballpoint pen, LED light and keyring attachment. Supplied in a presentation box with USB extension cable (although reviewers are saying cable not included/received).
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#1
I don't mean to sound like an uninformed colonial, but can't you get into serious trouble for carrying a knife, particularly into, well, any scenario you're going to be using a USB keydrive over here? It might be a cool deal for Yanks, but it seems less than ideal for a UK user.
#2
the blade doesnt lock so its fine. Im looking for a swiss knife. The ammount of times ive sat on the bus trying to open something with my keys... Its really annoying.

Im torn between two:
http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/647310/Swiss-Army-Champ-Knife/Product.html
http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/581479/Swiss-Army-Handyman-Knife/Product.html
#3
deathtrap3000
the blade doesnt lock so its fine. Im looking for a swiss knife. The ammount of times ive sat on the bus trying to open something with my keys... Its really annoying.

Im torn between two:
http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/647310/Swiss-Army-Champ-Knife/Product.html
http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/581479/Swiss-Army-Handyman-Knife/Product.html


Just to make life a little more difficult for you how about this: http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/709592/Swiss-Army-Cyber-Tool-34/Product.html
#4
CoolCab;1596107
I don't mean to sound like an uninformed colonial, but can't you get into serious trouble for carrying a knife.


Depends. If knife is a manual folder and the blade is under 3 inches. And ofcourse it isn't being used or intended to be used as a weapon then no.

see here

deathtrap3000;1596271
the blade doesnt lock so its fine. Im looking for a swiss knife. The ammount of times ive sat on the bus trying to open something with my keys... Its really annoying.

Im torn between two:
http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/647310/Swiss-Army-Champ-Knife/Product.html
http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/581479/Swiss-Army-Handyman-Knife/Product.html


I'd go for one of the Alox ones like the Soldier IMO they are much better quality and nicer tools.
#5
TheDoc
Depends. If knife is a manual folder and the blade is under 3 inches. And ofcourse it isn't being used or intended to be used as a weapon then no.

see here



I'd go for one of the Alox ones like the Soldier IMO they are much better quality and nicer tools.


Thanks for the law link on carrying knives: I will now feel happier about having my Leatherman Charge on my belt when out and about. I much prefer Leatherman tools too Swiss army knives, I personally think they are more useful although obviously more expensive
#6
Its a worthwhile purchase for sucha life saving piece of equipment
#7
Dont forget there are plenty of other alternatives out there too...
http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/09_04/penknife2709_468x284.jpg
#8
Its legal to have akife with a blade under three inches - and locking makes no difference - but a flick knife under three inches is illegal as is wearing Burberry with or without a knife. :whistling:

Its also worth mentioning this is the memory pen that hoes in hold luggage for holidays and does not get taken at all on flights where you just use hand luggage.
#9
ibiza;1599006
Its legal to have akife with a blade under three inches - and locking makes no difference


Yes it does, it makes a big difference. A locking knife is classed as a fixed blade and not a folder.
#10
TheDoc
Yes it does, it makes a big difference. A locking knife is classed as a fixed blade and not a folder.


I am now confused again :? A Leatherman Charge Ti blade has to be pulled out from the handle it can not be flicked out nor does gravity help release the blade, but it does lock into position & it is just 3” long is this legal or not:thinking:

"B) any knife which has a blade which is released from the handle or sheath thereof by the force of gravity or the application of centrifugal force and which, when released, is locked in place by means of a button, spring, lever, or other device, sometimes known as a ‘gravity knife’."
#11
"B) any knife which has a blade which is released from the handle or sheath thereof by the force of gravity or the application of centrifugal force and which, when released, is locked in place by means of a button, spring, lever, or other device, sometimes known as a ‘gravity knife’."

no

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