Information

Swiss Army Knives

125 years of an iconic pocket knife design every man should have.

Website: http://www.swissarmy.com
Members: 60
Latest Activity: Aug 22, 2015

Discussion Forum

Homemade Scales

Started by Callum Sutherland May 26, 2015. 0 Replies

Hello,        I own a Victorinox Camper, and I had the thought that it would be quite cool to make my own scales to replace the standard red ones. I am a competent woodworker but quite inexperienced…Continue

Loose plastic handle on tinker

Started by Søren Dam Pedersen. Last reply by EA Burt Dec 31, 2013. 1 Reply

Hey GentsOn my Tinker (or small Tinker, I can't remember) one of the red plastic pieces that forms the handle has come loose a little bit. It moves maybe half a millimeter but is annoying in that it…Continue

Swiss Soldier's Knife '08

Started by EA Burt. Last reply by EA Burt Dec 31, 2013. 2 Replies

"Issued to the Swiss Army since 1891, The Soldier Knife answers the demands of military personnel and the hunter, camper or anyone who enjoys the outdoors. The ergonomic dual density handle allows a…Continue

Tags: Knife, Soldier's, Swiss

Get an eyeful of this new Wenger model!!

Started by Bryan Lee Sammis Mar 14, 2011. 0 Replies

If any of you are mountain climbers, you'll might be falling in love!!http://www.wenger.ch/uelisteckContinue

Comment Wall

Comment

You need to be a member of Swiss Army Knives to add comments!

Comment by EA Burt on December 1, 2013 at 6:07pm

So I lost my fieldmaster and never could find it again. For about two weeks I was going insane not having it on me so I had to just buy another one. Hopefully my old one will come up again with the pleasant surprise of having two. I'll probably just give it to a friend. But I've definitely gone through Victorinox's challenge of having one and then going without it.

Comment by Charles Alexander Rasmussen on November 14, 2013 at 8:53am

I owned and used swiss army knives all of the time when I was a kid. In fact I think all of the kids did. Anyway, due to moving around a lot, god only knows where they went. I recently ordered myself "The Spartan" model. I chose this model specifically to handle taks I perform often: cutting, opening bottles, opening wine, the reamer for puncturing thick material and sometimes the can opener.

I miss having one of these handly little red knives and I look forward to owning one again.

Comment by EA Burt on April 23, 2013 at 5:54pm
Finally bought a swiss knife myself for the first time. I had a mini champ as a gift and decided to give that to a family member and bought a black Classic SD and a Fieldmaster. It's nice to have a large one for once.
Comment by Luke Nierenhausen on July 23, 2011 at 10:54am
So, I was just using my Victorinox super tinker yesterday at work, and a guy i work with came upto me and said "wow, you really use one of those?" after asking what he meant he said that he gave those up when he was in grade school. Now I love tactical folders more than the next guy, but i asked him if he could open a bottle of wine with his knife or screw in a screw. I love my victorinox.
Comment by Sean G. on November 7, 2010 at 8:33pm
Hey guys, found this site fun to use... kind of like those computer websites that let you build your own computer :)

http://www.victorinox.com/content/toolfinder/category/1
 

Members (60)

 
 
 

Latest Activity

M. replied to Brandon's discussion Over-dressing-- How inappropriate is this?
"Condensed version: You're fine."
26 minutes ago
M. replied to Brandon's discussion Over-dressing-- How inappropriate is this?
""Clothes do make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society." - Mark Twain. I'm kind of the same as you, I like dressing semi-professional. Khakis and a button-up shirt is almost the equivalent a of a three piece…"
40 minutes ago
Shane replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"thegreenpapers.com does a really good job of tracking everything including live updates on election night."
2 hours ago
R. Max replied to Pale Horse's discussion Things You Hate
"I didn't even realize that the term "chick" was considered offensive until I went to an evaluation, started talking about some celebrity woman that was anti-vaccines, called her a chick, did not go over well. At least I passed the…"
2 hours ago
Gentleman Engineer replied to Brandon's discussion Over-dressing-- How inappropriate is this?
"Such would fail to exist as superior to that haberdashery of desire for aught but those activities likely to result in damage to such raiments."
2 hours ago
Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Ok.  I wasn't sure about that because the site I read said the delegates "may" list their supported candidate.  It was the "may" that hung me up. Good to know.  I should have dug a little deeper on that.."
2 hours ago
Roughshod replied to Pale Horse's discussion Things You Hate
"With what I can only imagine to be tiny exceptions, being called "girl" does not offend women and it is not a subtle put down by men.  Women call each other "girl" all the time, e.g. "What's that girl doing?",…"
3 hours ago
Shane replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Indiana isn't do or die for Trump. He can still pull 1237 without it. Cruz has no shot unless they hit 4-5 ballots. At that point, the GOP will have destroyed itself, so it doesn't matter."
5 hours ago

© 2016   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service