The Victorinox Skipper is a large pocket knife, designed for sailing. It contains different tools that are widely known, but also a tool that specifically comes in handy when sailing. It, for instance, contains a shackle opener and a marlin spike. You use a marlin spike to loosen knots. This version of the Skipper is enhanced with a handle made from plastic with a cool camouflage pattern.
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The large knife is razor-sharp and has a cutting edge of no less than 8 cm. Once opened the knife will immediately be locked. As such the tool can never close when you don't want it to, also making it perfect for heavy-duty tasks. When opening and closing the blade you hear a familiar click. The knife is very solid and also suited for other outdoor and survival purposes.
Branches as thick as your wrist are no problem for this wood saw. The saw is thin. The spine is about 1.2mm thick and the serrations are 1.6mm thick. Because the spine is smaller than the teeth the saw won't get stuck in the wood and it limits friction. In addition to living wood this saw can handle pallets and shelves.
What do you use an awl for? For all tasks you wouldn't use the tip of your knife for! The awl has a one-sided grind. As such it is great to make markings on wood. Which side of the line should you adhere to when you mark something with a pencil? With an awl this isn't a problem. In addition, it is very practical to use an awl to prick into soft metals. To mark where you should drill for instance.
Reliability and perfection up to the smallest details: a Victorinox is a real-life companion. Victorinox guarantees that all knives and multi-tools are made from stainless steel. For that reason Victorinox gives out a lifelong warranty on material and production flaws. This means you don't have to worry if you find a production flaw.