When you hear the words Swiss Army Knife, chances are you think of the legendary Officer's knife. And that legend continues with the Spartan pocket knife. This is the pocket knife that started it all. The one that helped people all around the world to get the job done. And wherever your everyday adventures take you, the Spartan is ready.
- 12 functions
- Can opener with small screwdriver
- blade, large
- blade, small
- can opener
- screwdriver 3 mm
- bottle opener
- wire stripper
- screwdriver 6 mm
- reamer, punch and sewing awl
- key ring
- Net weight 59 g
- Height 14.5 mm
- Length 91 mm
- scale material ABS / Cellidor
- Size 91 mm
- Blade lockable No
- One hand blade No
An awesome tool such as a Swiss Army Knife does you very little good if it's buried somewhere in the third drawer. This particular sheath is for pocket knives loaded with 2-4 layers of tools.
For over 125 years Victorinox has been the makers of the original Swiss Army Knife. The company, founded by cutler and businessman Karl Elsener, forged an impressive reputation over the decades for quality through perseverance and continual growth. Today, in addition to the Swiss Army Knife and cutlery, Victorinox offers timepieces, travel gear and fashionable clothing, while maintaining the commitment to excellence that put their knives in the hands of adventurers the world over.
Victorinox aims to "provide customers around the world with functional and practical high-quality products at affordable prices." Despite Victorinox's international footprint, the pioneering spirit and values of the company's founder are alive and well via the Elsener family's continued involvement with the company. In 2008 their environmentally friendly policies were honoured with an award by the Swiss Foundation for Environmental Protection.
- Construction: Leather
- Suited for: 9.1cm, 2-4 layers original Swiss Army knives
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