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Victorinox 1370300 Army Knife Climber £13.90 @ Amazon

£13.90 @ Amazon
Been looking for a Swiss Army knife and came across this at Amazon. Nearly half the RRP - this is a great knife and certainly worth it at this low price. Hope it's useful for someone. Specs: … Read More
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6y, 6d agoFound 6 years, 6 days ago
Been looking for a Swiss Army knife and came across this at Amazon. Nearly half the RRP - this is a great knife and certainly worth it at this low price. Hope it's useful for someone.

Specs:

* Large & Small Blade
* Corkscrew
* Can Opener with small Screwdriver
* Bottle Opener with large Screwdriver and Wire Stripper
* Reamer
* Punch and Sewing Eye
* Key Ring
* Tweezers
* Toothpick
* Scissors
* Multipurpose Hook
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3 Likes #1
Good price. But honestly does anyone actually use these or do they all disappear into the back of a drawer

Edited By: Flombard on May 24, 2011 11:47
1 Like #2
Flombard
Good price. But honestly does anyone actually use these or do they all disappear into the back of a drawer


I have used one for about 25 years now, it always come in handy for something .
#3
Flombard
Good price. But honestly does anyone actually use these or do they all disappear into the back of a drawer

Ive got a pocket knife not this one and always find a use for it, just used the knife to open a pack of 4 water drinks, very handy item. However, please be aware of uk law when carrying a knife in a public place the one i have is a permitted size to carry.
#4
Hot deal - already have a few, would have otherwise gone for this
#5
use mine all the time
isn't the law something like anything under 3" is fine, which should mean that pretty much all Victorinox army knives are ok
#6
This is a decent price and a nice tool, but it was down as low as £6 (six pounds) delivered from Amazon last June, so might be worth holding out for a lower price unless you're in a hurry to get one.
banned#7
(six pounds)? :|
#8
Pluun
(six pounds)? :|


Oh yes - I kid ye not - got one on 29JUN2010 from Amazon themselves for six pounds - so cheap I thougt I'd better make it clear I hadn't missed out a 1 from the numerical price :)

Would have got a few (and would have posted it on here), but I think they restricted it to one per account, and of course, in the crazy roller-coaster world of Amazon pricing it went back up again pretty sharpish!
#9
Hot, I'm almost embarrassed to say how much i use mine,even used it yesterday to remove watch back when fitting a new battery, from poundland of course!
#10
Bloody brilliant for opening cans, use ours in the house daily.
#11
I've always thought these are useless as the blade doesn't lock. I bought a gerber with a locking blade and have used it regularly for over 6 years. The most useful thing I've ever bought.

Edited By: hugekebab on May 24, 2011 14:39
1 Like #12
Just saw this on one of the Amazon reviews:

Every other blade has been used often, even the reamer although I always thought reaming was an intimate pastime. If this is so, although my innocence can't confirm it, I would suspect this tool is not named with that (whatever it is) in mind.
#13
Flombard
Good price. But honestly does anyone actually use these or do they all disappear into the back of a drawer

I've bought a folding pocket knife from Amazon, it's much more useful to me than a Swiss Army Knife
#14
they've got one in 99p stores in pink. part of their ladies tools range I think. pretty useful although I have to admit that I never bought one myself.
99p stores version is a 13 in 1 or something . it's got everything from bottle openers to nailcutters, if you ask me its better from 99p stores.
#15
The lack of a locking blade is a compromise but if u really needed something that strong you wouldn't be using a small pen knife anyway. Keeps it well and truly 'legal' too officer. I own the slightly bigger one and if you keep it near it's amazing how often find uses for it.
#16
Keep mine in the car. Great quality build & steel - keeps a sharp edge. I find the scissors especially useful (broken (finger)nails, cutting loose threads, removing garment labels etc etc. Blades don't lock but strong spring holds them securely in position.
#17
In the last week I've used mine (1) as a screwdriver (2) as a bottle opener and (3) for opening cans of paint. None of which I would try with a locking-blade knife.

I carry my SAK all the time. Yes, I'm a dweeb, but I'm a practical dweeb.
#18
niceguyrichy
use mine all the time
isn't the law something like anything under 3" is fine, which should mean that pretty much all Victorinox army knives are ok

3" and the blade must fold away. Still makes this one fine, but an important factor from a legal perspective as it helps to prove intent over accident.
#19
hugekebab
I've always thought these are useless as the blade doesn't lock. I bought a gerber with a locking blade and have used it regularly for over 6 years. The most useful thing I've ever bought.


Locking blades bring knives into a different legal position if you want to carry it on your person.
#20
One of the best purchases I have ever made as it has gotten me out of a bind or two. I still have the Swiss Champ I bought 15 years ago.
#21
Flombard
Good price. But honestly does anyone actually use these or do they all disappear into the back of a drawer


Bottle opener gets used regularly! Cutting the odd thread or tag out of clothes, tightening the odd screw round the house are just some of the things I use mine for. Quite a handy thing to have, and I think legal to carry as the blade is below 3" and it folds up.

I would imagine, because of the folding action, if you tried to use this knife in a fight you would probably most likely hurt yourself!!
1 Like #22
jacksparrow
One of the best purchases I have ever made as it has gotten me out of a bind or two. I still have the Swiss Champ I bought 15 years ago.

Please tell me you're American.
4 Likes #23
Ideal for when you find yourself trapped by a boulder in a ravine!
#24
nice! have some heat X)
#25
Hot I will order one when I get home
#27
Flippin' 'eck, and I thought mine was cheap when I got it from GoOutdoors for £19. Use mine all the time.
#28
7 Day Shop says normal price is £14.99.
So a bit of a false saving.
#29
tommo111
Ideal for when you find yourself trapped by a boulder in a ravine!

Not sure I could have done that at all !
#30
Same knife is now £12.99 delivered at 7dayshop.
#31
These are the real deal, you get some sturdy stuff with Victorinox.
Still ever since i saw the Swisschamp i just couldn't buy another model of Swiss Army Knife.

Overall the deal posted is good for the price, voted hot from me.

I wouldn't buy one just for the knife.
#32
It is all about the leatherman!
#33
law states "under 3 inches and non locking blade".
good tools, but the steel cant hold an edge very well. either goes blunt or need to be whet-stoned each week.
#34
hugekebab
I've always thought these are useless as the blade doesn't lock. I bought a gerber with a locking blade and have used it regularly for over 6 years. The most useful thing I've ever bought.

Very true. Locking blade is a must for anyone with a serious use for this kind of kit. I would buy a leatherman everytime....and they don't come with a stupid "instantly lost" toothpick.
#35
I was looking at SAK for a present. There seems to be about a million models - is the climber a good one for a gift?
banned#36
useful :D
#37
I had one of these (got it at a Boots' post-christmas gift sale) and lost it! Had it on my keyring and the flimsy metal ring broke off!
banned#38
Can't be any good.
No one's mentioned a prong for getting stones out of horse's hooves. :{
#39
Thanks OP - I got Go Outdoors at Clydebank to price match this, and with their 'discount card' it ended up £12.40. Their instore price was £24.30
#40
My penknife is beside my keyboard, opens lettters, parcels, etcas said clothing tags, adjusting things when needed etc.

Great little thing that is too useful to not have.
Bought a few of these for upcoming birthdays, and one for myself

Edited By: schizoboy on May 25, 2011 16:50

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