Victorinox Classic SD Swiss Army Pocket Tool, £9.52 Prime / £13.51 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Victorinox Classic SD Swiss Army Pocket Tool, £9.52 Prime / £13.51 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 28th Jan
This is the classic Victorinox Classic SD Swiss Army Pocket Tool. It has a pocket knife, nail file with screwdriver tip, twizers, tooth pick and small scissors.
At 40% off right now, available in stock. Seems better than the simpler version with just knife and nail file which is for 8.81£ and currently oos.
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jackbremer6 m ago

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


Any idea where I can get a Squirt for £20? (stop sniggering you at the back!) A quick Google suggests £30+.
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I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.
jackbremer2 m ago

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


I had never heard of the squirt-tbh thought you were taking the p### but the squirt looks a good bit of kit
jackbremer28th Jan

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


I had never heard of this .. looks good though .. thanks
jackbremer6 m ago

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


Any idea where I can get a Squirt for £20? (stop sniggering you at the back!) A quick Google suggests £30+.
jackbremer7 m ago

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


Any links for one under £20
jackbremer7 m ago

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


I've got 2 of both of these and the Squirt is far better, but at this price it is 4x the Victorinox and £9.50 for this is a no-brainer and a great deal. I sadly don't need a third one of either though...
lazyfatboy9 m ago

I've got 2 of both of these and the Squirt is far better, but at this …I've got 2 of both of these and the Squirt is far better, but at this price it is 4x the Victorinox and £9.50 for this is a no-brainer and a great deal. I sadly don't need a third one of either though...


Yes, for this price it is a fabulous deal
jackbremer17 m ago

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


Does it have

Nail cutter
Scissors
Philips screwdriver
Corkscrew
Can opener
Torch light
Small knife
Tweezers
Tooth pick

Is there anything I missed out on my apologies
I have a few of the Victorinox knife (it is small) -i bought a job lot of scratched ones/named to companies -they are all complete (no box) -given to
friends and family -anyone in the Leicester area wanting at a reasonable price -cash on collection due to age verification
Is it legal to keep it in the car if ur in uk?
lindajane1023614 m ago

Is it legal to keep it in the car if ur in uk?


Small, non-locking blade. It's fine to carry.
lindajane1023611 h, 21 m ago

Is it legal to keep it in the car if ur in uk?


Folding (not lockable) 3” blade or less is ok without restrictions like this particular example. You can actually buy and own a large variety of knives perfectly legally in the UK (with some exceptions). Leatherman or Gerber multi tools with locking blades or even fixed blade knives are fine, however, the key point from the legal standpoint is....are you, or are you not carrying without good reason. For example is it a tool you are utilising as part of your work or trade, or are you engaged in say an outdoor activity such as camping and the like, either of which would be considered good and reasonable. However walk down a high street with a locking blade or fixed blade on display and you’re gonna get your collar felt by the local constabulary wanting to know why. Largely common sense ownership really.

police.uk/cri…ns/
Edited by: "sabreliner" 28th Jan
Wow, my first Saturday Job (in the 90s) was working in a camping shop. And even back then, I'm sure it was £9.99
sabreliner5 m ago

Folding (not lockable) 3” blade or less is perfectly ok, like this p …Folding (not lockable) 3” blade or less is perfectly ok, like this particular example. You can however buy and own any knife perfectly legally in th UK such as a lockable blade multi tool like a Leatherman or Gerber (which is why of course they are sold legally at many outlets) the key point from the legal standpoint is....are you, or are you not carrying without good reason. I.e. is it a tool you would utilise as part of your trade, are you engaged in say an outdoor activity like camping etc. either of which would be considered good reason. However walk down a high street with a locking blade on display and you’re gonna get your collar felt by the local constabulary wanting to know why. Largely common sense ownership really.


Some good information .. thanks
Bought. Heat added. Thx
shotatdawn1 h, 14 m ago

I have a few of the Victorinox knife (it is small) -i bought a job lot of …I have a few of the Victorinox knife (it is small) -i bought a job lot of scratched ones/named to companies -they are all complete (no box) -given to friends and family -anyone in the Leicester area wanting at a reasonable price -cash on collection due to age verification


Are you sure you're in the right place.
Shouldn't you be on ebay?
I went through airport security forgetting I had one of these on my key ring. When they pointed it out I thought I was going to have to wave goodbye to it. However they measured the blade and said it was fine to carry on board!
gslgregory1 h, 58 m ago

I went through airport security forgetting I had one of these on my key …I went through airport security forgetting I had one of these on my key ring. When they pointed it out I thought I was going to have to wave goodbye to it. However they measured the blade and said it was fine to carry on board!


My brother I law wasn’t as lucky at Seoul Korea airport
adamnsu56 m ago

My brother I law wasn’t as lucky at Seoul Korea airport


Why did he go to Korea then should’ve stayed at home
19DembaBa197 h, 39 m ago

Why did he go to Korea then should’ve stayed at home


Don’t understand the reason behind your question. Anyways it was a transit by the airplane enroute to Australia
shotatdawn15 h, 20 m ago

I have a few of the Victorinox knife (it is small) -i bought a job lot of …I have a few of the Victorinox knife (it is small) -i bought a job lot of scratched ones/named to companies -they are all complete (no box) -given to friends and family -anyone in the Leicester area wanting at a reasonable price -cash on collection due to age verification



Sent you a DM.
Thank you
jackbremer16 h, 20 m ago

I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far …I always recommend people spend double and get the Leatherman Squirt - far more tools and not much bigger.


Leatherman squirt, now they are two keywords that don't appear in my pornhub searches. "Bigger" and "tools" on the other hand...
gslgregory14 h, 49 m ago

I went through airport security forgetting I had one of these on my key …I went through airport security forgetting I had one of these on my key ring. When they pointed it out I thought I was going to have to wave goodbye to it. However they measured the blade and said it was fine to carry on board!


Did exactly the same thing flying out to Thailand but Heathrow security didn't even notice. On the flight back though me Mrs crapped herself that I would get into trouble, took it off me and put it in her checked-in luggage. She then somehow lost it. It was an handy thing to have, a little blue see-through version of this very pen knife. Now if we're ever stuck for needing a cutter I gently remind her how my keyring pen knife was misplaced
Edited by: "buliztik" 29th Jan
£10 is the normal price for these, there more often than not is one of them at that price, be it a red, blue or black one.
Very well made bit of kit. Just bought myself a Victorinox Mini Champ, it's a great edc and beautifully put together.
winchman2 h, 43 m ago

£10 is the normal price for these, there more often than not is one of …£10 is the normal price for these, there more often than not is one of them at that price, be it a red, blue or black one.



Mine's a green one. Do the colours mean anything??
thethinwhiteduke1 h, 47 m ago

Very well made bit of kit. Just bought myself a Victorinox Mini Champ, …Very well made bit of kit. Just bought myself a Victorinox Mini Champ, it's a great edc and beautifully put together.



Mine's still going strong after 27 years! I don't use the tweezers much as the metal is flexible so difficult to get any decent grip.
gslgregory21 h, 36 m ago

I went through airport security forgetting I had one of these on my key …I went through airport security forgetting I had one of these on my key ring. When they pointed it out I thought I was going to have to wave goodbye to it. However they measured the blade and said it was fine to carry on board!


It was a different story for me. They looked me up and down... And said I can't carry it on board. I guess it depends on the way you look.
This looks like the one I bought about a year ago. It certainly has the identical set of blades. For those thinking of buying it, be aware that this is absolutely tiny so if you are expecting the classic swiss army knife size, this isn't it. 6x1.5x0.8cm vs the 9x2x1.5cm of the usual SAK.

It's a good knife anyway, v sharp.
Edited by: "TrevorPH" 29th Jan
Just bought one of these in black the other day but sent it back after realising I could get the Manager with a bottle opener and a pen for a few quid more.

I got carried away and bought a Huntsman Lite too after convincing myself it WILL be used daily. I doubt it though..
I'd always wanted one of these. Back in the 80s a relative bought me on as a present. It looks lovely, but I found it impractical/fragile for anything but the most minor uses - cutting string etc. Great if you want to cut string. Mine broke for some reason (can't recall what it was now). Hot though for a decent price.
lindajane10236128th Jan

Is it legal to keep it in the car if ur in uk?


Perfectly legal. It doesn't lock and has a blade under 3" (this one is closer to 1").
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