Victorinox S557 20 Functions Evolution Swiss Army Knife With Locking Blade
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Brand Victorinox
Color Red
feature Weight: 139 grams; Dimensions: 85 mm x 28 mm x 27.5 mm (LxWxH)Laptop Compatibility: NoWarranty type: Manufacturer; Victorinox ag guarantees all knives and tools to be of first class stainless steel and also guarantees a life time against any defects in material and workmanship (save for electronic components 2 years), damage caused by normal wear and tear, misuse or abuse are not covered by this guarantee
Manufacturer Victorinox
Material-Type Metal
Model 2.5223.SE
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Warranty Victorinox ag guarantees all knives and tools to be of first class stainless steel and also guarantees a life time against any defects in material and workmanship (save for electronic components 2 years), damage caused by normal wear and tear, misuse or abuse are not covered by this guarantee

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very informative review, thanks!
I ordered this knife, hate it. Prefer the Vic versions 10x. The wrench is useless. Way too small. The scissors spring looks better but doesn't perform as well compared to the Vic versions. Only things I like better, is the bigger belly to the knife, the lock, n the scales
Oh wow, what an inconvenience of switching the pliers back to the original setting...
Thanks for your review. I've owned and used the deluxe tinker I carry in my pocket all the time except on planes and it was all I needed for everyday simple tasks . I thought of the cybertool but could not never come to terms with proprietary bits and its price. I thought of upgrading to this S557 but now it seems really just not a great idea as you second one reviewer on a popular e store pointing out the same pitfalls. Thanks so much!
excellent review like KnifeTex said.. thanks
I like the 557 since it has both phillips and corkscrew. I'm considering both used Wenger and the "SE" and "US2" Delemont Victorinox versions (seems like the main difference is the US2 has the Vic style tweezers/toothpick) But I'm wondering if that inline phillips is long enough. I like the older Victorinox phillips that comes across from the gray mag glass...and this Wenger/Delemont inline phillips looks even shorter than the modern Victorinox one. Like the potential issue with the wrench bing in the middle layer, having a short phillips limits the screws you can access sometimes....also wish there was a woodsaw...I can't find an S585 anywhere...so rare....that one has no corkscrew, but you get a woodsaw and backside phillips. I really love that Wenger nail file...oddly enough probably one of the main reasons I'm looking at Wenger/Delemont knives.
That's q coll survival Army weapon
there should have been a wrench on the swiss champ. :(
Congratulations to Kevin Wiliams for winning the Knife Center Exclusive Swiss Army Pioneer. Keep your eyes peeled for the next KnifeCenter Giveaway.
Wenger a competitor to Victorianox?.................stop it your killing me! Lol 😂
My farmer has been around the world with me
*STAYGLOW BABY F*** YEAH*
I’m a proud owner of the trekker. I carry it everyday and would be caught without it
a Victorinox knife is the best you can ever buy. I bought my first Swiss champ in 1985. after 34 years of intersive use, there was 85% wear / damage. I sent it to Switseland. Free Shipping. They haven't given me Not a new one, That's the easy way, and the cheapest for them. But! a knife doctor has him for a few hours, and 85% replaced for new. and the others 15% that were still well polished, new scales. and sent back for free. They want to keep your own knife as original as possible for the emotional values
My favorite is the Hunstman but the Swisshamp is a must.
The Fieldmaster model should be included in any best of list for SAKs.
My favorite is the deluxe tinker an the pioneer with one blade
I bought an s18 back before Victorinox aquired Wenger. It was my first knife with more than 2 or 3 tools and I use it every day. I really couldn't be more happy with it
When I was a kid the coolest toy I had was a handgun.
try striping wire with that notch some time
For all you SAK afficsiados ... google the "FireFly" ferro "rod" additions to the toothpick slot.
I’ve had the same (black) Swiss Champ since about 1990. Until it breaks, I’ll continue with it.
Do yall still sell the Victorinox Swiss Army One-Hand Trekker plain edge?
The funniest thing about this video is that none of the knives is used or was used in the army. There are just about 10 army knives since the 1890s
In the 70s I had the top model, the one with everything. Also in the 70s, it was confiscated by corrupt police during a routine stop as a "concealed weapon." I didnt replace it on fears it would happen again sometime. Do they still make it?
wish they could be customised: choose your set of tools.
I carry a Farmer every day, for over 20 years. Tinker is a close second. My new favorite has a cigar cutter.
When I saw all the mediocre looking knives you were peddling, I assumed they must be cheap. I was wrong.