33 total functions, from household to camping. More pocket-friendly than similar multitools. Each tool snaps into place securely.
Poor qualiity knock-offs a common concern. Some blades arrive dull, hard to sharpen. Magnifying glass is plastic, easily broken.
Definitely small enough for carrying in pocket, keychain or lanyard. Blades and scissors are extremely sharp upon arrival. Classic mix of small but useful SAK tools.
Not TSA-approved, may be confiscated during security checks. Limited number of tools, designed more for everyday carries than camping use. Smaller than some users expected.
Grips are ergonomically designed, easier to carry in a pocket and hold in hand. Better mix of blades for younger users. Non-locking mechanism preferred by experienced SAK users.
Smaller blade knife replaced with less useful nail file. Finish may still be rough in places. Some tools difficult to access.
Contains saw blade, ideal for backpacking and remote camping. Fits well in larger hands. Rust-resistant blades and solid contruction.
Some customers have issues with carrying case. No Phillips-head screwdriver. Individual tools packed tightly, difficult to open.
Tools useful for both household and outdoor tasks. Some tools lock in 90 degree position for better torque. Popular mix of tools and blades.
Main blade does not lock, could be safety hazard. Some tools difficult to access. Plastic casing prone to scratching and flaking.
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A Swiss Army knife is the epitome of multifunctionality. Hiding 15 or more separate tools in a single pocketable case, this kind of knife has been the go-to survival tool for outdoor enthusiasts for years. Victorinox makes some of the best Swiss Army knives available. The company does a good job of packing a lot of functionality into a shell that averages around three inches long and a half-inch thick and weighs less than two pounds. Friendly on the wallet, as well, these knives are perfect for anyone wanting to stay prepared without taking up too much room in a pocket, purse, or bag.