This heavy-duty multitool was the device of choice on the first American unsupported ski expedition to the North Pole. This rugged tool with ergonomic handles has 27 functions, including pliers, locking blades, screwdrivers, wood saw, metal file, and multiple wire tools. The unique design allows you to access just one tool at a time instead of pulling out a clump of tools attached to the same hinge.
Made in Switzerland. 2"W x 6 1/4"L. 5 3/4 oz
Needle nose pliers
Screwdriver (2 mm)
Screwdriver (3 mm)
Wire cutter (for wire up to a hardness of 40 hrc)
Screwdriver (6 mm)
Isolation length cutter
Wire scraper/round cutter
Coupling for corkscrew
Hard wire cutter
Ten individual springs
"Victorinox Swiss Army makes the toughest, most ergonomic, best designed multi-tools on the market. No question! When traveling in the world’s polar regions, my SwissTool is the Most Valuable Player in my repair kit. I’ve used it to make a canoe portage yoke out of a piece of driftwood, repair sled dog lines and just about every other "must fix" gear problem or adjustment. I won’t go into the wilderness without my SwissTool!"John Huston, Victorinox North Pole ‘09, the first American unsupported ski expedition to the North Pole 2009; Leader of the 2007/2008 NorthWinds South Pole Expedition.
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