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Victorinox Climber Swiss Army Knife RRP £31.99 NOW £17.73 + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) at Amazon
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Victorinox Climber Swiss Army Knife RRP £31.99 NOW £17.73 + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) at Amazon

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Refreshed 18th Apr (Posted 18th Apr)
  • Scale material - ABS / Cellidor
  • Pocket sized Knife
  • Supplied individually packaged with a lifetime guarantee.
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Shame they haven't got an army
hotmep19/04/2019 00:06

scissors are very poor on these, the metal which acts like a spring bends …scissors are very poor on these, the metal which acts like a spring bends out of place easily. Really only good for paper.


I've always found the sissors very good. Probably the most used attachment on the knife, for me.
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Shame they haven't got an army
Fantastic price
scissors are very poor on these, the metal which acts like a spring bends out of place easily. Really only good for paper.
2019 tho... my phone can cut paper better than this
These are really handy pieces of kit. I have got one in my work bag and use it regularly. Heated.
And before anyone starts on the knife crime aspect of selling these I really doubt the person who is carrying a knife for 'self defence' would use one of these.
Bring on the mullet
Disco.Dave4 h, 40 m ago

Shame they haven't got an army


But they got perfect 👌 country
There is one on Warehouse for £17.09 - Used - Like New
Item will come in original packaging. Packaging will be damaged.

Every little helps.....
hotmep19/04/2019 00:06

scissors are very poor on these, the metal which acts like a spring bends …scissors are very poor on these, the metal which acts like a spring bends out of place easily. Really only good for paper.


I've always found the sissors very good. Probably the most used attachment on the knife, for me.
Disco.Dave11 h, 34 m ago

Shame they haven't got an army


bit of an un-needed dig.
But funny
Disco.Dave12 h, 36 m ago

Shame they haven't got an army


Except they have, unless you meant Amazon and they'll probably have one eventually.
Nicebob2 h, 27 m ago

I've always found the sissors very good. Probably the most used attachment …I've always found the sissors very good. Probably the most used attachment on the knife, for me.



I think if this is the case you're much better off getting a small pair of nail style scissors, they are absolutely the poorest most flimsy part of the knife. Everything else feels well made but the scissors feel like something out of a cracker.
I think you have overly high expectations, after all they are 2" long. Perfect for nails (finger/toe), eye brows, nose hair, paper, thin fabric, cotton, string, I've even managed plastic tie raps, how could I live without them. For me the poorest item in the knife are the tweezers, still useful but not strong enough to get a good grip on whatever you are tweezing.
Edited by: "Nicebob" 19th Apr
Was in Geneva and bought this model for ~£30 Good deal though!! Ty OP
Nicebob19/04/2019 07:59

I've always found the sissors very good. Probably the most used attachment …I've always found the sissors very good. Probably the most used attachment on the knife, for me.


Same for me, pretty sturdy for all the size of them.
clingon3 h, 43 m ago

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/171104/Carrying-a-Swiss-Army-knife-could-land-in-court


The law is an ass. But this knife would be (currently) okay. Because it doesn't lock. It can be folded back on itself merely by pushing on the back of the blade. If there was a switch or something to press then it would fall foul.
Dave89849 m ago

Same for me, pretty sturdy for all the size of them.


Same for me too. I have two different models of the victorianox knives. I find the them really good and super sharp for the tasks I've tried them with.

Granted I'm not trying to cut through carpet or anything but works fine for me.
Price gone up
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