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Victorinox Executive Swiss Knife £16.19 - Sold by Amazon (+£4.49 non Prime)

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Posted 10th May
A quality Swiss knife, cheapest its been as per the Camels.

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Description
Victorinox Swiss Army Knife - Executive Red

All Victorinox Knives are made from first class stainless steel and are guaranteed against any defects in material and workmanship. A Combination of 32 different features can be found on Victorinox knives.

Features Include:-
  • Large Blade
  • Nail File with Nail Cleaner
  • Scissors
  • Tweezers
  • Toothpick
  • Small Blade
  • Orange Peeler with Screwdriver
  • Key Ring

Size 2.7/8in - 74mm
Type: Executive
Colour. Red

More can be seen on Victorinox website

Hope it helps someone.
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Does anyone knows one of these knives that you can take with you in the cabin bag on a plane? I always travel light (no check in luggage) and always find myself needing the tools on this contraption, had one like it but the Gatwick personell said it`s illegal and conficated it.
snoooooopy10/05/2019 12:30

Does anyone knows one of these knives that you can take with you in the …Does anyone knows one of these knives that you can take with you in the cabin bag on a plane? I always travel light (no check in luggage) and always find myself needing the tools on this contraption, had one like it but the Gatwick personell said it`s illegal and conficated it.

snoooooopy10/05/2019 12:30

Does anyone knows one of these knives that you can take with you in the …Does anyone knows one of these knives that you can take with you in the cabin bag on a plane? I always travel light (no check in luggage) and always find myself needing the tools on this contraption, had one like it but the Gatwick personell said it`s illegal and conficated it.


what? are you serious?

what next? asking if anyone knows of any type of firearm that you can take with you in the cabin bag!
Edited by: "wudipest" 10th May
snoooooopy10/05/2019 12:30

Does anyone knows one of these knives that you can take with you in the …Does anyone knows one of these knives that you can take with you in the cabin bag on a plane? I always travel light (no check in luggage) and always find myself needing the tools on this contraption, had one like it but the Gatwick personell said it`s illegal and conficated it.


This particular model is 74mm long so it's quite likely the blade length is very close to the 60mm allowance. I think about 50mm so technically allowed but maybe cutting it close depending on how they measure it.

One of the 58mm keychain models - eg Classic SD - would be a safer bet as their blades are only about 35-40mm.
sakwiki.com/tik…8mm
Edited by: "voodooboard" 10th May
wudipest10/05/2019 12:49

what? are you serious?what next? asking if anyone knows of any type of …what? are you serious?what next? asking if anyone knows of any type of firearm that you can take with you in the cabin bag!


Sit down.
voodooboard10/05/2019 13:53

This particular model is 74mm long so it's quite likely the blade length …This particular model is 74mm long so it's quite likely the blade length is very close to the 60mm allowance. I think about 50mm so technically allowed but maybe cutting it close depending on how they measure it. One of the 58mm keychain models - eg Classic SD - would be a safer bet as their blades are only about 35-40mm. https://www.sakwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page=Victorinox+58mm


That would definutely be allowed, sadly this type does not have a cork screw for wine bottles
snoooooopy10/05/2019 14:15

That would definutely be allowed, sadly this type does not have a cork …That would definutely be allowed, sadly this type does not have a cork screw for wine bottles


Yeah, I believe the smallest SAK with corkscrew are the 84mm family - eg waiter.

The blade on a Waiter is 55mm cutting edge or about 65mm tip-to-handle (incl choil).

So maybe it is allowed on, maybe not. Depending how they measure it. Probably depends on the mood of the person on duty.
Edited by: "voodooboard" 10th May
I didn't think penknives were allowed in plane cabins. Maybe someone knows the official rule in this respect. I don't take mine on planes because I don't want it being seized at the baggage check.
If it's on a keyring and within the limits, just leave it in the bag and take the chance. I have a small SD model and I went to Ireland last year and forgot to take it off but had intended to remove it.

Up to you if you want to take a risk despite the rules but I really wouldn't want to be arguing with airport security over the sizings etc. Likely to end up with a full body cavity search for being a pain

I went on the London eye over Easter and they asked about knives so I was honest, they took it but logged it and gave me a ticket and I collected it after the ride was complete. Totally expected to lose it.
Edited by: "black.knight" 10th May
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