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91mm long, this penknife has 4 layer and 15 tools: 2 Blades (Large and Small), Corkscrew, Can opener with, Small screwdriver 3 mm( also for Phillips screws), Cap lifter with, Screwdriver 6 mm, Wire stripper, Reamer punch, Key ring, Tweezers, Toothpick, Scissors, Multi-purpose hook, Wood saw.
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#1
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/images/products/prod_101643.jpg
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#2
Cheap, cheap, cheap!! :thumbsup:
#3
i bought this exact knife a few years ago when i was going camping for 3.50 from a local generalstore. i dont think its worth 12pounds tbh
banned#4
Would'nt have been a Victorinox for £3.50 fella.....
#5
If I ever figure out what the hook is used for!

Very good price though ;)
#6
bigmo7
If I ever figure out what the hook is used for!


http://www.smartknives.com/Swiss-Army-Knife-Tools/Victorinox-Hook.htm
#7
If I ever figure out what the hook is used for!


Carrying a parcel tied with string :thumbsup:
1 Like #8
If I ever figure out what the hook is used for!

Gouging the eyes out of those who say you'll be arrested and jailed for 35 years for even thinking about taking a knife past your front door.
#9
mozbud
Carrying a parcel tied with string :thumbsup:


That's all well and good but can it help if I have say... Raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens?

And what about bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens?
#10
MrPickles
If I ever figure out what the hook is used for!

Gouging the eyes out of those who say you'll be arrested and jailed for 35 years for even thinking about taking a knife past your front door.


:-D Have some rep!
#11
supergran
That's all well and good but can it help if I have say... Raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens?

And what about bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens?


Oh wow! Those are a few of my favourite things!
#12
Excellent post...been meaning to replace lost one for ages...bought! danke! :)
#13
SimonBob
Excellent post...been meaning to replace lost one for ages...bought! danke! :)


Same here. Cheers OP
#14
This is a fantastic deal ......HOT
#15
As a kid owning one of these was the greatest thing.
#16
Nothing like a good old fashioned pen knife to bring out the Forum trolls...
#17
paolo
Nothing like a good old fashioned pen knife to bring out the Forum trolls...


;-) I have one and have used it twicw in 11 years....its the joy of looking at it and pulling out all the tools now and again.
1 Like #18
antman101
Oh wow! Those are a few of my favourite things!


When the dog bites, when the bee stings, when I'm feeling sad.

I stab everyone with my Victorinox knife.... and then I don't feel so bad!
#19
Im a farmer and use mine every day - but I just buy the compact ones which have a pen -i need a pen - have to buy a couple every year as I lose them - I buy from 7 DAY
#20
paolo
Nothing like a good old fashioned pen knife to bring out the Forum trolls...


You wont get any because a penknife is fully legal to carry on your person in the UK.
Non locking with a blade under 3"
#21
Which knife is better, Huntsman or Climber?
#22
Nice find. They've done it at this price before - but still a bargain. Others are selling this for twice the price.

If you want to see the knife in better detail - take a look at this link. This is the official Victorinox web-site with a larger image that allows you to hover over it to see the finer detail.

http://www.victorinox.com/product/1/100/1000/1.3713

Heat and Rep added.
#23
The Midnight Manager is also a good price, £11.99.
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_8&products_id=101582

I wonder how easy it would be to swap the dim red LED with a white LED, and where to find one the right size/voltage?


Edit: found a guide, needs a 3v led
http://jethomson.wordpress.com/2010/03/21/how-to-replace-the-led-in-the-victorinox-midnite-minichamp/
#24
Got mine, ta! Now showing 'Low Stock'.
#25
Speculator;8634359
Which knife is better, Huntsman or Climber?


To answer my own question, this is basically the Climber with a wood saw.
#26
I have a Magnum Bulldog knife £15 the thing is built like a tank but can't carry it about because the blade locks, what kind of stupid law is that.

http://www.heinnie.com/uploads/images_products_large/1395.jpg
#27
Speculator
To answer my own question, this is basically the Climber with a wood saw.


Notice the Climber is £12 clearance in john lewis, not sure there's any local stock tho.
http://www.johnlewis.com/230138092/Product.aspx?source=54527
#28
I bought one of these some time ago and was dissapointed as it was matt red and not the popular gloss I was expecting. Amazon are doing the gloss version £12.99 - postage is £4+, but still a bargain price!
#29
bilwaqas;8637189
I bought one of these some time ago and was dissapointed as it was matt red and not the popular gloss I was expecting. Amazon are doing the gloss version £12.99 - postage is £4+, but still a bargain price!

Are you sure its the same knife from the Amazon Market place seller you saw for £12.99 plus postage?
#30
supergran
When the dog bites, when the bee stings, when I'm feeling sad.

I stab everyone with my Victorinox knife.... and then I don't feel so bad!


Singalong with Supergran...great lyrics - have some rep...
#31
Great multi-purpose knife. Soooo handy. The best bit? My ma-in-law bought it for me and it's brilliant! I take it everywhere on holiday/on courses etc. because in different places you'll never have nail scissors, tweezers, a knife, corkscrew (vital!) etc.

Just make sure you pack it in your regular luggage or you'll lose it at the airport to the >100ml nazis. :oops:
#32
Had one of these for years, and the thing I use the most are the tweezers, incredibly precise (use a lot of plywood in my work, don't ask).

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