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Victorinox 0.8363 Forester Swiss Army Knife £23.44 delivered at Amazon
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Victorinox 0.8363 Forester Swiss Army Knife £23.44 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 15th Sep

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  • Precision engineered in Switzerland from high-alloy stainless steel
  • 111mm length pocket tool with 12 functions
  • Finished with the globally recognized Victorinox Swiss Cross & Shield Emblem
  • Supplied individually packaged with a lifetime guarantee
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Dawsy15/09/2019 15:12

Just what we need more knives on the streets.


Really? Zzzz
Dawsy15/09/2019 15:12

Just what we need more knives on the streets.


Oh yes all the gang members that love a bit of hotukdeals, why stab someone when you can stab someone at 20% off. It's a tool nothing more.
hotrodhellkat15/09/2019 15:54

I'd give this some heat but I don't want to see gangs hooded roadmen …I'd give this some heat but I don't want to see gangs hooded roadmen whittling tent pegs and sharpening sticks on street corners!


I fear they'll be opening bottles of Bordeaux and getting stones out of horses hooves next. It's a slippery slope.
dairooney15/09/2019 15:13

Really? Zzzz


It's a tool!. Anybody can go into tesco and buy a 12 inch chef knife!!! Zzzzzzz. Some people!
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Just what we need more knives on the streets.
Dawsy15/09/2019 15:12

Just what we need more knives on the streets.


Really? Zzzz
dairooney15/09/2019 15:13

Really? Zzzz


It's a tool!. Anybody can go into tesco and buy a 12 inch chef knife!!! Zzzzzzz. Some people!
Dawsy15/09/2019 15:12

Just what we need more knives on the streets.


Oh yes all the gang members that love a bit of hotukdeals, why stab someone when you can stab someone at 20% off. It's a tool nothing more.
jimbisquitt15/09/2019 15:21

Oh yes all the gang members that love a bit of hotukdeals, why stab …Oh yes all the gang members that love a bit of hotukdeals, why stab someone when you can stab someone at 20% off. It's a tool nothing more.


Teehee. Waiting for the Swiss Army knife to dip below £25 before going on a rampage.
dairooney15/09/2019 15:26

Teehee. Waiting for the Swiss Army knife to dip below £25 before going on …Teehee. Waiting for the Swiss Army knife to dip below £25 before going on a rampage.


Well with Brexit you have to be a money conscious hardcore gang banger, but still with a love of Swiss steel.

Now £27.23, the "endz" are safe from the "man-dem" for another eve.
Edited by: "jimbisquitt" 15th Sep
Dawsy15/09/2019 15:12

Just what we need more knives on the streets.


Don't be daft, we don't need more knives on the streets.
Dawsy15/09/2019 15:12

Just what we need more knives on the streets.


You would be be likely to cut yourself with this, it’s a non locking knife. Would be better off with a kitchen knife if your planning on getting yourself banged up for murder/attempted.
I'd give this some heat but I don't want to see gangs hooded roadmen whittling tent pegs and sharpening sticks on street corners!
Edited by: "hotrodhellkat" 15th Sep
hotrodhellkat15/09/2019 15:54

I'd give this some heat but I don't want to see gangs hooded roadmen …I'd give this some heat but I don't want to see gangs hooded roadmen whittling tent pegs and sharpening sticks on street corners!


I fear they'll be opening bottles of Bordeaux and getting stones out of horses hooves next. It's a slippery slope.
Gone up in price now
jimbisquitt15/09/2019 16:13

I fear they'll be opening bottles of Bordeaux and getting stones out of …I fear they'll be opening bottles of Bordeaux and getting stones out of horses hooves next. It's a slippery slope.


Not with this one, no pointy thing for removing said stone. But ideal for repairing sails, or cutting through branches to make a stout walking stick. Heat from me, excellent multi purpose tool for anyone who doesn't own a horse.
Edited by: "Nicebob" 15th Sep
Nicebob15/09/2019 16:39

Not with this one, no pointy thing for removing said stone. But ideal for …Not with this one, no pointy thing for removing said stone. But ideal for repairing sails, or cutting through branches to make a stout walking stick. Heat from me, excellent multi purpose tool for anyone who doesn't own a horse.


Well that's me out then, now come along shergar, we have things to do
Dawsy15/09/2019 15:12

Just what we need more knives on the streets.


You're telling me. You can barely walk down the street anymore without being shanked a few times. I went to Morrisons and the girl behind the counter stabbed me as I walked past. I went to report it to the Police, and after taking my statement they stabbed me as well! That's twice in one day. It's getting silly now
Looks a good deal to me.
TJS27118215/09/2019 15:49

You would be be likely to cut yourself with this, it’s a non locking k …You would be be likely to cut yourself with this, it’s a non locking knife. Would be better off with a kitchen knife if your planning on getting yourself banged up for murder/attempted.


These SKA's do have a locking main blade. They are illegal to carry in public without a good reason, because of the locking blade and because the blade is more than 3" long. They are great knives though
Edited by: "mozbud" 16th Sep
mozbud16/09/2019 07:40

These SKA's do have a locking main blade. They are illegal to carry in …These SKA's do have a locking main blade. They are illegal to carry in public without a good reason, because of the locking blade and because the blade is more than 3" long. They are great knives though


Interesting, looked at the online spec and it didn’t specify it was locking, so I thought not. Makes it a more safe piece of kit in the right hands of course.
TJS27118216/09/2019 07:53

Interesting, looked at the online spec and it didn’t specify it was l …Interesting, looked at the online spec and it didn’t specify it was locking, so I thought not. Makes it a more safe piece of kit in the right hands of course.


Yes it doesn't make it obvious but if you click on "see more product details" it says "Main features: locking blade". The 111mm models all have locking main blades as far as I'm aware, depending on model they have either a liner lock or a sliding button on the side to release the blade.
Edited by: "mozbud" 16th Sep
mozbud16/09/2019 08:30

Yes it doesn't make it obvious but if you click on "see more product …Yes it doesn't make it obvious but if you click on "see more product details" it says "Main features: locking blade". The 111mm models all have locking main blades as far as I'm aware, depending on model they have either a liner lock or a sliding button on the side to release the blade.


Worth knowing, makes it a much better bet. Thanks.
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