The Great Swiss Army Knife Debate

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15 Responses to The Great Swiss Army Knife Debate

  1. I keep it in my car for emergencies. And it has been quite handy so far.

  2. Dave, that photo is clickable and you can buy one for several hundred dollars! Agree it’s more of a curiosity and collector’s item, rather than a usable tool. The comments on Amazon make fun of it!
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  3. Hamish says:

    I like the small ones. I used to go everywhere with a tiny little Swiss Army knife – scissors, small knife blade, nail file, tweezers and toothpick type plastic thing. Anyway, one day – a few years ago, I forgot it was in my pocket going through airport security which was not good. Very handy tool, but not likely to help me cause havoc on the flight from Edinburgh to London.

    I still use these – but I keep one in my desk drawer at work – one of the credit card ones – and a small knife in my bedside cabinet. They are very handy – plus I get them for free as corporate gifts usually.
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  4. Jeff says:

    C’mon… That’s a backpack knife, not a “pocket” knife.

  5. Jon says:

    Lol, is that monster Swiss army knife for real? Surely it would be easier to carry a tool box! They can be useful, clever idea, but probably not that many people ever use half the gadgets on them.
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  6. Jason says:

    The tiny Swiss Army Knife is my favorite. It always become my safer when i needed help.
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  7. Becca says:

    XD that pocket knife is HUGE!!!!!

  8. thorn says:


    …and i thought MY pocketknife did everything…

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