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Swiss Army Executive Knife, Red, by Victorinox.
Contains 10 functions including scissors and large / small blades, all stainless steel implements, with unique orange peeler feature

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Was 22.58 back in early 2018 per Camel. This will be my third one over ~30 years. Compact and the scissors and orange peeler work well. My others had the screwed together scissors instead of the rivet, but no one seems to have complaints with the rivet.

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One of the dedicated tools is an orange peeler. I suppose that's charming in a quaintly European sort of way, but an anachronistic choice. A package opener would be a much more useful dedicated tool. Even to a senior level executive.
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One of the dedicated tools is an orange peeler. I suppose that's charming in a quaintly European sort of way, but an anachronistic choice. A package opener would be a much more useful dedicated tool. Even to a senior level executive.
I use the scoring hook part of the orange peeler for slicing into those charming blister packs. Smilie
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One of the dedicated tools is an orange peeler. I suppose that's charming in a quaintly European sort of way, but an anachronistic choice. A package opener would be a much more useful dedicated tool. Even to a senior level executive.
The knife blade is for opening packages.
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What am I missing that this gets so many thumbs up? I've owned several of the Classic keychain models and the one with bottle opener. A couple have been surrendered to TSA, but they often go on sale for $15. So, I can't see paying $24 for the Executive. Do people have trouble peeling oranges or eat them so often they need this version? I've never observed an executive eating an orange, so don't know.
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The basic knife is still about $10 and this has more tools. I lose them as fast as I buy them. Well made though.
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I've never observed an executive eating and orange, so don't know.
What can I tell you? I eat my Snickers Bar with a fork....
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Seems high for a small piece.
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What I like to know is how many pocket knives do the TSA agents have at home from all these confiscations. They prob do pretty well selling them to supplement their income.
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Seems high for a small piece.
But this one has an ORANGE PEELER.

ORANGE PEEEELER.

You know, the kind of "mono-tasker" you'd expect in a kitchen gizmo. But not on a handy tool that has a small blade that, with a little control by the user, can do the exact same thing.

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I'm a Fortune 50 CEO and let me tell you, that Orange peeler helped me get to where I am today. Don't knock it til you've tried it. I used to have a hell of a time getting into an orange, and it would really throw me off my A-game. Now with this tool I can be 3 oranges in by 7:30 and ready to take on the world. I will sometimes even use this to peel an orange during a business negotiation, just to make an impression on the other parties.
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According to Wikipedia, Karl Elsener was a Swiss cutler who founded the Victorinox company in the 1880s. His son, Carl Elsener, then took over. But it was grandson Carl Elsener, Sr., who eventually patented the Swiss Army knife in 1952, and now great-grandson Carl Elsener, Jr., leads the company. Victorinox's success had been developing multi-bladed outdoor pocket knives called the Huntsman, Tradesman, Fisherman and Champion, to name a few. Running out of ideas, they embarked on a journey to create the ideal pocket knife for an executive. After research and prototypes, Victorinox determined the most important tool for executives was an orange peeler. Incidentally, the Swiss like to drink.
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According to Wikipedia, Karl Elsener was a Swiss cutler who founded the Victorinox company in the 1880s. His son, Carl Elsener, then took over. But it was grandson Carl Elsener, Sr., who eventually patented the Swiss Army knife in 1952, and now great-grandson Carl Elsener, Jr., leads the company. Victorinox's success had been developing multi-bladed outdoor pocket knives called the Huntsman, Tradesman, Fisherman and Champion, to name a few. Running out of ideas, they embarked on a journey to create the ideal pocket knife for an executive. After research and prototypes, Victorinox determined the most important tool for executives was an orange peeler. Incidentally, the Swiss like to drink.
Honestly this would come in handy making old fashion's
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