Designed for the outdoorsman who wants to carry it all without the bulk Cellidor polished design contains a number of stainless steel implements and offers a wide variety of funcitons1" W x 11/16" H x 3 5/8" L weighs 3 oz. Limited lifetime warranty Tools include: large blade small blade corkscrew cap lifter with screwdriver and wire stripper reamer key ring tweezers toothpick scissors and multi-purpose hook
Often imitated but rarely, if ever, surpassed, genuine Swiss Army Knives bear the distinctive Victorinox crest.
Having gotten a head start on the multi-tool market by effectively inventing it in the late 1890s, Victorinox's renowned quality and versatility makes its pocket knives some of the finest around. The compact Climber model is an ideal tool for rugged outdoorsy types, with essential implements that maximize usefulness while keeping bulk to a minimum for ounce-counting backpackers.
Packed within its minuscule 3.6-inch body is no fewer than 14 tools, including:
- Large and small blades
- Cap lifter with screwdriver and wire stripper
- Key ring inox
- Multi-purpose hook/parcel carrier
- Measures one by 0.7 by 3.6 inches (W x H x D)
- Three-ounce weight
- Polished cellidor handle
Lifetime Limited Warranty
The Swiss Army Climber Pocket Knife comes complete with Victorinox's famous Swiss Army Knife lifetime warranty. Victorinox guarantees all Swiss Army Knives to be of first-class steel, and provides a lifetime warranty against any defects in material and workmanship.
The Original Swiss Army Knife
In 1897, the Original Swiss Army Knife was created in the small village of Ibach, Switzerland. Since that time, Victorinox has become well-known in more than 100 countries for precision, quality, functionality, and versatility, and over 34,000 pocket tools with the distinctive Swiss cross leave the factory in central Switzerland each day.
The Victorinox Swiss Army knife even orbits the earth as part of the standard equipment of the Space Shuttle Crew, and the knife has been successfully proven on expeditions to the arctic ice of the North Pole, on Mount Everest, in the tropical rain forests of the Amazon, and similarly challenging environs the world over. Time and again, it has been an invaluable tool.