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Victorinox Huntsman Swiss Army Pocket Knife, Jelly Blue/Silver - £23.87/£25.53 at Amazon
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Victorinox Huntsman Swiss Army Pocket Knife, Jelly Blue/Silver - £23.87/£25.53 at Amazon

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Posted 10th MayEdited by:"Tacavas"
Excellent pocket tool at a reasonable cost.


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Key features
  • Perfect for sawing wood or cutting ropes when climbing, hiking and camping
  • Swiss made pocket knife with 15 functions
  • Includes scissors and a wood saw

Item number1.3713.T2
Height 21 mm Length 91 mm Weigh t97 g
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I've got the camo one but can't find it
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Really nice color, got a few huntsman but not this color. Good find, voted hot
These knives are great. Fantsatic quaity. Midnite manager is the best mini knife
Great options on this knife, but I am not so sure about the colour.....Heat given anyway as this is a decent price.
Good price, nice find
Edited by: "Mabbs" 10th May
Is this legal to carry around with you?
Good deal. Heat from me but I’d be to scared to carry it because I don’t know what would happen if I got stopped by the police is is legal?
bluezero10/05/2020 20:22

Is this legal to carry around with you?


Yes I believe so. No locking function and blade small enough
The huntsman is a great balance of a great set of tools and portability. Prefer an Alox Pioneer X myself as the blades and springs are stronger and has a better grip. Both are UK legal carry (and legal in many other countries around the world as well)
bluezero10/05/2020 20:22

Is this legal to carry around with you?



Dragonflymum10/05/2020 20:36

Good deal. Heat from me but I’d be to scared to carry it because I don’t kn …Good deal. Heat from me but I’d be to scared to carry it because I don’t know what would happen if I got stopped by the police is is legal?


This is totally legal. You do not have to account for why you have it on your person.
scrumpypaul10/05/2020 20:55

This is totally legal. You do not have to account for why you have it on …This is totally legal. You do not have to account for why you have it on your person.


Thanks for replying I didn’t know that. I had one my whole life then went on honey moon standing in the queue just about ten from going through the metal detector and then I was checking my pockets and pulled it out and my husband was freaking out and saying put it in a bin NOw I really didn’t want to got it in Switzerland as a teen anyway the honeymoon was more important that the Army knife so I binned it 😩
badgerpelt10/05/2020 21:04

20.19 in red if you don't want the …20.19 in red if you don't want the sawhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001U5773W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


Rather pay £3 extra the saw will probably come in handy and you will definitely need one if you buy it without one day
Dragonflymum10/05/2020 21:00

Thanks for replying I didn’t know that. I had one my whole life then went o …Thanks for replying I didn’t know that. I had one my whole life then went on honey moon standing in the queue just about ten from going through the metal detector and then I was checking my pockets and pulled it out and my husband was freaking out and saying put it in a bin NOw I really didn’t want to got it in Switzerland as a teen anyway the honeymoon was more important that the Army knife so I binned it 😩


Airline rules are different. But you're allowed to carry one of these penknives in public in the UK.
I've got the camo one but can't find it
No horses hoof thingy
badgerpelt10/05/2020 21:04

20.19 in red if you don't want the …20.19 in red if you don't want the sawhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001U5773W/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


As a MacGuyver fan I had one of these as a kid. Wasn't a problem carrying of these around in your pocket back in the days and as an engineer it used to be very handy.

Are we still permitted to carry something I've thing on the streets? With all the knife crime going on, I would think twice.
saif_rb11/05/2020 09:23

As a MacGuyver fan I had one of these as a kid. Wasn't a problem carrying …As a MacGuyver fan I had one of these as a kid. Wasn't a problem carrying of these around in your pocket back in the days and as an engineer it used to be very handy.Are we still permitted to carry something I've thing on the streets? With all the knife crime going on, I would think twice.


Perfectly fine if you live in London. You'll blend right in
I love this brand. Always carry one with my keys. 👌
Whiskyhunter10/05/2020 21:26

Rather pay £3 extra the saw will probably come in handy and you will …Rather pay £3 extra the saw will probably come in handy and you will definitely need one if you buy it without one day


Definite on the saw. You never know when you could get stuck in a desert for 127 hours.
Great product but has been as low as £20.18 in April
bluezero10/05/2020 20:22

Is this legal to carry around with you?


Sure is I carry one every day
Dragonflymum10/05/2020 21:00

Thanks for replying I didn’t know that. I had one my whole life then went o …Thanks for replying I didn’t know that. I had one my whole life then went on honey moon standing in the queue just about ten from going through the metal detector and then I was checking my pockets and pulled it out and my husband was freaking out and saying put it in a bin NOw I really didn’t want to got it in Switzerland as a teen anyway the honeymoon was more important that the Army knife so I binned it 😩


Worth noting that while this is legal in the UK, certain areas have restrictions. So you definitely won't want to try and take this on a plane and similarly some public sites will have restrictions in place that prevent you from taking these inside. But vast majority of places it's absolutely fine and certainly not illegal, providing of course you use it in a responsible manner!
saif_rb11/05/2020 09:23

As a MacGuyver fan I had one of these as a kid. Wasn't a problem carrying …As a MacGuyver fan I had one of these as a kid. Wasn't a problem carrying of these around in your pocket back in the days and as an engineer it used to be very handy.Are we still permitted to carry something I've thing on the streets? With all the knife crime going on, I would think twice.


Yes, absolutely. Nobody is committing knife crime using a swiss army knife, more likely to cut off your own finger accidentally if you attempted to do so! The laws are very clear in the UK, you aren't allowed a blade over 3 inches or a blade that locks. Two sensible restrictions. Other than that not only can you carry this, but you don't have to provide any reason or justification for doing so. It's just a tool, no different to if you carry keys, nail clippers, a keyring torch etc. Obviously with all things if you use it in a criminal way, then absolutely it's illegal!

If you were carrying a blade that broke either of the above rules you would have to justify why it was reasonable and necessary to have it on you. For example a builder on their way to a site with a tool box is not going to get prosecuted for having a stanley knife as there's a clear reason to have it, but if I decide to take a wander down the shops with one in my pocket I absolutely would be liable for prosecution.
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