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Nice, clear review! I’ve used a Victorinox pocket knife since I was 10 (I’m 60) and never saw this before. I’m definitely going to get one. Thank you.
Maybe the reason the didnt put the No 2 at the back tool t handle configuration is because u can have the no 2 screwdriver in the driver tool.
The only benefit i see having the two seperate opener tools, the bottle and can opener, is because u get two different flat head.
However if you have the cybertool with driver tool, the benwfit habinf two driver at the opener tool seems redundant.
Wouldnt it better to just combined them into the combination tool and put it next to the knife. U can eliminate a layer, making the knife thinner without compromising usability
I think they included the cork screw because the phillips wont fit many computer related things, but that micro driver fits the terminal of all sorts of electronics. Plus the back phillips would be redundant. Get a set of 4mm bits, especially torx, for working on modern folding knives.
A knife is a fingernail cleaner. I find it works a lot better than and actual "fingernail cleaner"
The driver has the same tension as the bottle opener it's just that the length of it provides more work.
I keep one of these in my guitar bag. Allen keys in the bit holder and the pliers are the only multitool cutters that can cut steel guitar string with zero damage to the cutters.
The micro screwdriver alone is good for tech industry, also you don't need a phillips two because you already have a superior one in your bit holder.
I second that it would be great if victorinox built a more complete set of bits for the cybertool bit driver. Personally, if they offered a set of Robertson heads, I would purchase a cybertool immediately. I love my SAKs and other multitools, but as a Canadian, what's always missing is Robertson drivers.
I just got this beauty last week since my wife kidnap my Pionner X!
Is the best thing she did because this tool carry all my fav Victorinox tools plus a Screwdriver. Enough for small components and decent size of Multitool.
My only downside is the wine opener BUT carry the small flat so is one thing with another.
I do and will combine this with my Surge for heavy work or when I dont want to carry primary blade/ Swisstool for medium-light work and charge G10-TTI/ Spirit S for casual.
All of the above options are interchangeable but the Cybertool is a must ofr everyday no matter what. Leather sheath carry of course. . .
My new EDC no more need it. I was going to take the 41 but honestly no need for saw , etc. .... Already got those and bigger in any companion I have.
This tool is perfect with two plus since the screwdriver can work with normal 4mm bits. . Not a wide range but no need for more in regards tech job or small stuff
The CyberTool is a 6 oz tool kit for PCs! It has everything you need (including Torx bits in the the industry-standard sizes) to take apart and reassemble a desktop PC, plus it is able to perform many other tasks as well. The driver has got to be the most comfortable one ever put in a pocket knife. It is parallel to the handle, and extends a nice distance. I've had my CyberTool for about a decade, and have repaired PCs, added interface cards, set up routers, installed cabling, replaced light switches, etc. -- even cut up apples and opened a bottle or two of wine. Between the pliers and the pin, you can easily set DIP switches and reposition jumpers on printed circuit boards. Super useful for anyone who works with computers or communications equipment. Victorinox hit a bullseye with this design!
Great video thanks. I have the SAK Evelution s54 and the plyers & scissors both have the Wanger design of the solid bar spring that do last longer. The Evelution s54 is great for a pack but to bulky to whittle with or pocket carry at 1.8 inches wide. I wanted to get a smaller SAK that has most everything but the Swiss Champ I think, at 1.3 inches wide, maybe is a little to big for whittling or pocket carry too. I went with the SAK Champion Plus that has everything the SAK Swiss Champ has but no plyers and I am so happy I bought it I got another one for a back up if I lose mine as they are harder to find now they don't make them any more. I EDC a Leatherman Rebar so the plyers are not a necessity to me. Then I got to thinking because I still like the SAK plyers and they have there place being small and spring loaded that I could have the best of both worlds by getting the SAK Cyber Tool 34 as it is only about 1 inch thick and is good in the hand and the pocket that I could EDC with my SAK Champion Plus knife 🔪. Together that's 2 inches of tools but sperated so they are ergonomic and easily wealdable while using. My 1 inch thick SAK Champion Plus when suspended in the middle of my pocket to the side from a lanyard clipped to my belt loop is not in the way and I do not even notice it. I plan on carrying the Cyber Tool 34 the same way in my other pocket. I replaced the toothpick on my Champion Plus with the a ferrosiem rod, Firefly, but plan to keep the tooth pick in my Cyber Tool 34 when I get it. I think I will replace the tweezers instead as having to ferro rods , if one rod brakes, is better than two tweezers. I love gadgets and you can never be to prepared.
It looks like the pliers actually have a crimper on them too
It was a choice between this one and tinker deluxe and I went with this one. I use it for "field stripping" and maintenance of my electric bass and amp while on road. Darn guitarists like to borrow it too so I keep a close watch on this knife of mine. Neat little package, beer opener, wine bottle opener, scissors mostly used for some "horticultural work" included too hahah. I love it.
Im thinking of getting one. Would you go for one with or without the light?
Nice for fishing
Best deluxe tinker ever made
Excellent review as always, this channel should have 10x the subs. Keep posting and I’ll keep watching. Cheers.
.....how the fuck did he keep the scales on? Every Victorinox i have ever own has the scales fall off after less then a year.
anyone in north america looking for more 4mm hex bits can find them at www.leevalley.
Micro-Tip Screwdriver Set
Item 44K0650, Micro-Tip Screwdriver Set
i have this set myself and have given them to many friends as presents. Wiha and Wera are two german manufacturers of bits, their 4mm bits can be found on amazon. they are single sided, not doubled sided as victorinox‘s are, but the fit and hold due the ballbearing snapper.
Why does it look like a drone?
I have some … But i want one of this so complete. 🥰 Versatile.
I have a french Opinel as well .
My father and my husband gave me them…
Time to use this in my purse….
I have Swords too… Stuffs of family .
A completely impractical & ridiculous tool to have….🙄🙄🙄🙄
How much did it cost you
He didn't find the needle
How to buy this send me the link
Lmao I remember watching this at my school
Optimus Prime as a baby 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 !
Hey guys next year I’m going in the school is it illegal to bring that knife to school please tell me if it is
i got my first swiss army knife with 5, but only if i can proof i can handle with care and respect (first AR with 10), it is how we learn respect why switzerland is one of the safest countries in the world...
Just type in youtube search: *"Wenger 16999"/"Wenger giant knife"*
You can make a whole boeing 747 with this small equipment.
your getting mugged kid
hold on let me find it ca opener bottle opener srewdriver god were is it oh here no you- there gone
Mcgyver would be proud
The Chad of Swiss army knives
What is it price?
Useless knife why the hell 2 saw
Try the Wenger giant next.
Edward Scissor Knife...
Victorinox Swiss Army, does not make a Wood Carving knife that has two carving blades, a saw, and a large roughing blade. Blades that have 58 or better Rockwell hardness or 440 or better stainless steel. Just three slots (not sure what they are called) handles. that are rounded for comfort, with locking blades. Folded no more than 3 1/2 inches long. If all the carvers out there will unite and keep bugging Vicky about it, I am sure they will listen.
I'm very disappointed that you never once took the opportunity to say "that's not a knife, this is a knife." I want my money back.
Hello there buddy are you still useing this BAD boy
The pen you can screw into the corkscrew push it back down and you have a full size pen or the hook open slide pen inside with the bump or finger notch facing down close the hook and you got a full size pen. The hook is good for tiring up ice-skates .
The Swiss Champ is nice but just to bit to carry
Does anyone know why none of the tools on this exact knife are opening and how to fix it? I don’t know how to fix it. Oh yeah, it’s been like that for about a year.
I just got mine in today and cant fig out what one of the tools is for so hopefully this vid helps. cheers
About metal file, it is hardened for about 56 HRC, so it is usable for weak steel like rebars, construction steel, nails and so. However, when used on hardened steel (axe blade for example), file will fail and will be damaged. So, practically, it is usefull for small application in the field. Oh, and its good to brush the nails.
The sharpness of that knife is no joke! I just cut my thumb with it just yesterday! Required 5 stitches to fix the wound...
i got swiss champ form my grandpha form he bouth it 1983 end its still works fine sizers sharp knife not rly but u can just sharp it im tinking to get new model of swiss champ.
My SAK has saved me many many times. I have had a climber version in my pocket for 35 years and I have just decided to upgrade to a Swiss Champ. Good review Cedric.
The hook is more for picking and knot untying and whittling clearing shavings like that.
They are all pointless until you need it . A very good video .
I really like the knife 🔪 I felt it had many uses and not a piece of junk ....thanks Man
Quite happy with my swisschamp33. The only issue I have found is that the recessed pin behind the cork screw bends very easily. I used it to open a sim card on a phone via the hole on the side of the phone, and it failed. It completely bent on the slightest pressure. Victorinox replace this for me which was great, but it doesn't really offer any other options for opening a sim slot.
I've not used the file but I have tried using the fish scaler would not recommend the fish gunk gets caught inbetween all the layers discusting for weeks smelled of fish
I bought one of these 20 years ago and its still going strong. However most of the tools hsve been used, but I don't fish so that fish scaler thing has'nt been used even once.
This or the Cybertool L?
Or Swisschamp XLT? Is it too think for practical use?
the hook is great if your needing to zip up a tent but the zip is on the outside