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Swiss Army knife

Multifunction pocket knife or tool set.

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  • Jan 22, 2010
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Greatest tool ever!
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review by . January 05, 2009
I take my Swiss Army knife every time I go hiking, visit a national park, or spend an extended period away from home. It has every tool I could ever possibly want, from a knife and a mini saw, to a small set of tweezers and a cork remover!    At some point, I have used each tool on my knife. I remember using the saw to cut off a small branch that had a lot of berries on it, and using the cork remover to open a bottle of wine on a remote Sonoma coast beach. The knife itself is …
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A Swiss Army knife is a pocket-sized knife or tool set used by the Army of Switzerland. The term "Swiss Army" is currently registered by the Wenger company, which was acquired by Victorinox, its Swiss Army knife manufacturing competitor.

The design and model for the knife originated in the city of Ibach, Schwyz in Switzerland in 1897. Since then, models have grown to include one or several blades, screwdrivers, blades, can and bottle openers, and other tools. Until 2005, two companies, Wenger and Victorinox, manufactured the knives. Today, the knives are popular among those who enjoy the outdoors and those who work at home.
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