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Red Victorinox Camper Swiss Army Knife Multi-Tool £12 (+£2 C&C) £14 at Tesco Direct
Red Victorinox Camper Swiss Army Knife Multi-Tool £12 (+£2 C&C) £14 at Tesco Direct

Red Victorinox Camper Swiss Army Knife Multi-Tool £12 (+£2 C&C) £14 at Tesco Direct

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A good quality penknife for the money.

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The Victorinox Camper is brimming with features which makes it an indispensible tool for your outdoor adventures. Precision crafted in Switzerland, this knife is constructed with a nylon handle and 100% stainless steel components that will hold their edge and last for years. The Victorinox camper has an incredible 13 functions including a large blade, small blade, corkscrew, can opener, a small screwdriver and a handy bottle opener. Perfect for when you're camping in the great outdoors the Victorinox has everything you could possibly need, with a screwdriver, wire stripper, reamer/punch, key ring, tweezers, toothpick and wood saw it's ideal.

29 Comments

Should be on the hot pages this..... Tis a very good deal at this price for this model.
Victorinox make the best Swiss army knives and they're legal to carry with no locking blade..... I have the Forester, thats been on my keyring for last 6/7 years, so i always have it with me.

Agree with above, definitely hot for the price, even with the ludicrous £2 click and collect charge

Can do a free trial of this to wipe out the c+c charge

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Edited by: "exit_music" 22nd Aug 2016

great price. fantastic blade

I had experience where my Victorinox knife like this was seized at the airport, so £15.00 loss.

Is it not a problem to carry knife like this on the street ?? Any opinion especially with link to the resourse will be very much appreciated ....


Edited by: "pantaiema" 23rd Aug 2016

I have this knife it's excellent I bought my son one to in camo and he lost it within a fortnight

Usually around £16 at Amazon so this is a very good price for a very good knife - heat added. Shame about the c&c charge.

pantaiema

I had experience where my Victorian knife like this was seized knife at … I had experience where my Victorian knife like this was seized knife at the airport, so £15.00 loss.Is it not a problem to carry knife like this on the street, any opinion especially with link to the recourse will be very much appreciated ....



I dont have time to find some proof however I can tell you that you can legally carry this on the streets. Any non locking blade under 3 inches in length is legal to carry on you.

Thank you OP; didn't need one at the moment but a swiss knife will always come in handy.

JamesB98

I dont have time to find some proof however I can tell you that you can … I dont have time to find some proof however I can tell you that you can legally carry this on the streets. Any non locking blade under 3 inches in length is legal to carry on you.



It would still be a good idea to have a plausible reason to be carrying it.
Edited by: "androoski" 22nd Aug 2016

androoski

It would still be a good idea to have a plausible reason to be carrying … It would still be a good idea to have a plausible reason to be carrying it.



Theres no need, if stopped by the police there is no reason you need to explain yourself. The only time there would be a problem is if you were using it as a weapon.

Don't take this to an airport though! Legal on the street but the blade restriction is shorter and you can't take a corkscrew on the plane! (found out the hard way!)

you would need a reason on the street. if you were a young lad carrying a knife the cops would take it off you. but different for an adult but there again depends on the circs and the previous convictions .
no blades of any size allowed on a plane . not even box cutters .

You wouldn't need a reason at all to carry this on the streets. Absolute nonsense, what would be the use of a Swiss army knife like this if it wasn't with you? Out and about, situation arises that would be sorted with your trusty Swiss knife, ye just pop all the way back home to get it....

The comments saying you can carry this on the street are correct. You don't need a reason as for this length of blade "in case it comes in handy" is perfectly acceptable. Look on reputable knife selling websites and they'll tell you the rules. Interestingly you cannot carry a swiss card in the UK without reasonable excuse due to the fixed blade, even thoough its tiny. In Scotland you can't give the knife to a minor, but they can use it with adult supervision.

Although this blade doesn't fall under the stricter rules on lengths greater than 3in it can still be classed as an offensive weapon (along with just about anything including a pencil...). Carrying it to a bar or a football stadium etc could land you in bother if it was believed you brought it as a weapon. In other words just because it's less than 3in don't assume you can carry it anywhere without problems.

just ordered, thank you

JamesB98

Theres no need, if stopped by the police there is no reason you need to … Theres no need, if stopped by the police there is no reason you need to explain yourself. The only time there would be a problem is if you were using it as a weapon.



Or going on holiday via airport

Hot. Great tool and perfectly legal for daily carry if you have a genuine need. I keep one in my car and has helped me out numerous times.

But if you take it in your pocket through airport security your just being moronic and deserve to have it confiscated. The blades may be too short to penetrate major organs but can easily be used in various other ways to inflict serious injury. Stick it in your suitcase as there is no reason you will need one in a plane cabin.

Also be aware that other countries may have different restrictions on blades. Use common sense and you won't have to worry about it getting taken away.

Edited by: "Hazzsta" 23rd Aug 2016

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Don't take this to an airport though! Legal on the street but the blade … Don't take this to an airport though! Legal on the street but the blade restriction is shorter and you can't take a corkscrew on the plane! (found out the hard way!)



I understand it after I paid equivalent to £15 of hard lesson. The airport security staff seized it from me.

Not sure which is deadlier, a 3inch blade, or the death stare I get from my other half when I get back home @ 3am after a lads' night out.

its a multi tool. There are numerous reasons for carrying this. Its not like its a machete.

no scissors though. Think it's the huntsman i need, any deals on that ?

jaffamuffin

no scissors though. Think it's the huntsman i need, any deals on that ?



I said earlier i had the Forester, i was mistaken its the Huntsman i have.... but i never use the scissors, they are too small & flimsy and not really strong enough for anything but paper.

I see the deal is still on, cant resist it any longer at this price.
One section less with 2 X less tools than my Huntsman, so it'll be a bit thinner & lighter on my keyring.

60p Quidco or TCB as well.


Biker Jeff

I said earlier i had the Forester, i was mistaken its the Huntsman i … I said earlier i had the Forester, i was mistaken its the Huntsman i have.... but i never use the scissors, they are too small & flimsy and not really strong enough for anything but paper.



Definitely agree with previous post - scissors really useful. They cut well and sharp enough to nip away at bigger jobs...

Great find OP, but been looking for replacement for old penknife with scissors!
Edited by: "si7verwolf" 23rd Aug 2016

pantaiema

I had experience where my Victorinox knife like this was seized at the … I had experience where my Victorinox knife like this was seized at the airport, so £15.00 loss.Is it not a problem to carry knife like this on the street ?? Any opinion especially with link to the resourse will be very much appreciated ....


Didn't you try oiling it?
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