Victorinox Rally Small Pocket Knife £8.81 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
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Victorinox Rally Small Pocket Knife £8.81 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)

£8.81£1227%Amazon Deals
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Posted 9th Nov
Good price for this handy pocket knife.

Specifications
  • EAN: 7611160013743
  • Pocket Knife
  • Brand: Victorinox
  • Colour: Red
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Number of functions: 9
  • Handle Material: Cellidor (Plastic)
  • Closed Length: 5.8 cm
  • Blade Length: 5 cm
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel
  • Blade type: Drop Point
  • Cutting Edge Type: Smooth
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ijazdar10/11/2019 13:46

https://www.gov.uk/buying-carrying-knives


There's always one, and here he is...
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Some very useful features and at a great price.
Cool, I've always wanted a knife that has one off those small rings, that you use to blow pretty bubbles.
Why isn't it listed in the specs?
I have the manager which adds scissors and a pen. The Philips tool is pretty good on this magnetic and strong used it a surprising amount. Good price!
nonumb10/11/2019 08:21

I have the manager which adds scissors and a pen. The Philips tool is …I have the manager which adds scissors and a pen. The Philips tool is pretty good on this magnetic and strong used it a surprising amount. Good price!



If only it weren't twice the price. I know knives are their thing but I'll unexpectedly use a pen far more.
EndemicAlarm10/11/2019 12:28

If only it weren't twice the price. I know knives are their thing but I'll …If only it weren't twice the price. I know knives are their thing but I'll unexpectedly use a pen far more.


Occasionally drops a bit. No doubt this is a good price though.
nonumb10/11/2019 08:21

I have the manager which adds scissors and a pen. The Philips tool is …I have the manager which adds scissors and a pen. The Philips tool is pretty good on this magnetic and strong used it a surprising amount. Good price!


EndemicAlarm10/11/2019 12:28

If only it weren't twice the price. I know knives are their thing but I'll …If only it weren't twice the price. I know knives are their thing but I'll unexpectedly use a pen far more.


Believe me, it's worth it, twice, three times... the Manager is an excellent resource that you'll find yourself grateful for.
nonumb10/11/2019 08:21

I have the manager which adds scissors and a pen. The Philips tool is …I have the manager which adds scissors and a pen. The Philips tool is pretty good on this magnetic and strong used it a surprising amount. Good price!


Have you got links for the above please.
ijazdar10/11/2019 13:46

https://www.gov.uk/buying-carrying-knives


This is a legal pocket knife.
Blasphemous10/11/2019 13:05

Believe me, it's worth it, twice, three times... the Manager is an …Believe me, it's worth it, twice, three times... the Manager is an excellent resource that you'll find yourself grateful for.


I already have a decent mid-level Victorinox that I keep in the car, I want a cheapy version that'll go on a keyring and have things that are day-to-day use.
ijazdar10/11/2019 13:46

https://www.gov.uk/buying-carrying-knives


There's always one, and here he is...
Thanks OP. Ordered.
EndemicAlarm10/11/2019 15:32

I already have a decent mid-level Victorinox that I keep in the car, I …I already have a decent mid-level Victorinox that I keep in the car, I want a cheapy version that'll go on a keyring and have things that are day-to-day use.


The 'Manager' is perfect for you then
Jinkz10/11/2019 17:16

There's always one, and here he is...


I get your point Jinkz but in fairness to ijazdar, it's good and relevant information for people who might be wondering about the legalities of carrying a small pocket knife (the size of this one makes it legal). I've had this same knife (on my second one now), literally for decades, they are excellent and come in handy so often. I even got my wife one a few years back. She has it on her humongous bloody key fobs!!! and does use it from time to time. For those dithering, don't, get one, you'll thank me for it one day when you realise you have it... even if it's just to fill out an impromtu greetings card!

EDIT: I'm specifically referring to the 'Manager' model mentioned in the thread by nonumb.
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 10th Nov
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