Walnut Swiss Army Pocket Knife
Here’s a fun fact: In 1884, Master Cutler Karl Eisener opened a shop in Ibach, Switzerland where he crafted the ingenious army pocket knife used by the military. He named the company after his mother Victoria, and “inoxydable” (the old timey word for stainless steel). Thus was born the worldwide, oh-so-handy icon that opens bottles, unscrews just about anything, and slices cheese if you please. Lightweight and small, this little tool will travel wherever you need it.
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Pocket knife is made of stainless steel and walnut wood. Includes a locking blade, a corkscrew, 2-step level with bottle opener, a foil cutter and a key ring.
Pocket knife measures 6.50" L x 2.75" W x 1.00" H. Includes a locking blade, a corkscrew, 2-step level with bottle opener, a foil cutter and a key ring.
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