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June 23, 2017

Swiss Army Cybertool 34Victorinox‘s Swiss Army may have lost its cachet to Leatherman in recent years, but the red pocket knife remains an icon.

Albeit, usually an expensive one for what you get.

But Amazon is running a killer deal at the moment on a number of different knives, like the Ranger Pocket Knife for $19.99 (retail: $55), Midnite Minichamp for $19.99 (retail: $57), Camper Pocket Knife with AA LED Flashlight for $19.99 (retail: $73), and Tinker for $15.21 with Free Classic Knife (retail: $41.50)

Or upgrade to the legendary Champion Plus for just $29.25 (retail: $78).

The knives true geeks would like aren’t discounted quite as much, but are still a good buy, like the Altimeter Multi-Tool for $53.49 that will also give you the temperature, and the Cybertool 34 for $49.41 pictured to the right (retail: $105), which features a number of screwdrivers and tools for electronics.

For a limited time, Amazon is offering $10 off when you buy more than $50 worth of knives… making these some sharp stocking stuffers.

One Comment


  • Rocky
    Dec 01

    Not sure how you could call $40 for a precision engineered top quality stainless steel pocket knife which has other functions/tools to boot “expensive for what you get”.

    When you compare that to some of the cheap rip-offs around and compare the quality and longevity of the knife itself: $40 is a good deal, for an item which will last for years and in many cases get used every day.

    I doubt that SAKs (Swiss Army Knife) have lost anything to Leatherman actually. Leatherman are generally bulky and heavy and considerably more complicated to use than a SAK. Sure you get a pair of pliers with a Leatherman, but other than that the rest of the blades are basically the same as you can get with a SAK, so your paying a lot more than a SAK for basically the same stuff in a bigger heavier shell.

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