Swiss Army Classics with Great Designs

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Great new designs just in from Victorinox

 

The Swiss Army Classic is, well, a classic! It’s a simple knife made in Switzerland that can be carried on a key ring or in a purse or suite pocket with enough tools to get most jobs done. Victorinox has been releasing the Classic with some great designs¬†every year and this makes it possible to give one of these great tools as a really nice gift. The price tag is still pretty low at $16.95 and these are just in time for Christmas!

Swiss Army Huntsman and Spartan with Hardwood Handles Limited Editions

Swiss Army Huntsman and Spartan with Hardwood Handles
Swiss Army Huntsman and Spartan with Hardwood Handles
Red handle Swiss Army Knives are classic and very well made and very reasonably priced. These new models are still reasonably priced and well made, but they have very cool wood handles. They’re still lightweight and priced in the 20′s. You can see both new models at www.knifecenter.com
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Victorinox Swiss Army Classic Fashion Designs

Victorinox Swiss Army Classic Fashion Designs
Victorinox Swiss Army Classic Fashion Designs
Victoriniox Swiss Army is the original Swiss Army Knife.
Ahhh spring… time for the arrival of all the new fashions… especially those that grace the handles of Swiss Army Classics. Every year at this time, Victorinox Swiss Army Brands releases a short run of Classics with quirky and fun handle patterns. This year is no exception and we expect these to be all the rage in Paris and Milan… Paris, Texas and Milan, Ohio that is. So, don’t be embarrassed at your next social event because your Swiss Army Knife is that boring old red color.
You can view the selection at www.knifecenter.com
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New Swiss Army Knife by Mike Horn

Mike Horn Designed Wenger Swiss Army Knife
New Mike Horn Designed Wenger Swiss Army Knife!

Mike Horn is the guy you want designing a Swiss Army Knife. Why? Because he lives the kind of life that puts gear to the test. Mike leads the Pangaea Expedition, a four year round the world trip full of adventure and education. So he went to Wenger and told them what he wanted in a knife, and they built him a prototype. After a few years of refinements – such as making the handle out of an easily renewable wood composite – the knife is ready for you to depend on… just as he does.

You can see them at www.knifecenter.com

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