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Victorinox Swiss Army Multi-Tool, MiniChamp Pocket Knife

Apparently, it's back in stock.
I was hesitant to post this for it gets sold out quick.

Awesome small tools for what it is.


SMALL, YET MIGHTY. Features (16) functions including: 1.25" blade, Phillips screwdriver, cuticle pusher, ruler, and bottle opener – this versatile multi-tool gives you all the functions you need to win the day.
DURABLE CONSTRUCTION. Swiss Made stainless steel construction encased in our traditional polished red ABS scales provides sleek durability.
COMPACT CARRY. A champion among small pocket knives, bring the MiniChamp on your daily adventures without sacrificing space - Fits comfortably on a keychain or in a pocket or bag, making it the perfect addition to your everyday carry.
KNIFE DIMENSIONS. Length: 2.3" (58mm), Height: 0.6", Weight: 1.6 oz.
TRUSTED QUALITY. Made in Switzerland; Victorinox provides a lifetime guarantee against defects in material and workmanship. Making a lifetime commitment has never been so easy.

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I open delivery packages a couple times a week. Would it be more practical to buy these or those small retractable blade box cutters?
I would just get a box cutter unless you are never opening them in the same place.
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Why even put something as dumb as a "cuticle pusher" on a knife? Who the hell needs that?
I've never used it for my cuticles, but I've used it to scrape gum and sticky residue. The soft edge prevents damaging the surface.
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I open delivery packages a couple times a week. Would it be more practical to buy these or those small retractable blade box cutters?
A dedicated box cutter is definitely better. This tool is amazing to always have on you. I've actually had the same one for over a decade now on my keychain. It's come in handy on so many occasions. It's small enough that it is also allowed through TSA without any issues if you are flying or going into security building.
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EDIT: nm diff model.

Mods please delete. Ty
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You'll be surprised how often you use the pen.

I mean, in pre-covid times, you'd be surprised how often you use the pen
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Who would have thought a Swiss Army knife would be something to argue about. Smh
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You'll be surprised how often you use the pen.

I mean, in pre-covid times, you'd be surprised how often you use the pen
Yup, that's why I carry the Signature but since this a couple of more tools I bought this also.
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I open delivery packages a couple times a week. Would it be more practical to buy these or those small retractable blade box cutters?
get one of those auto retracting box cutters. they're amazing.
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A dedicated box cutter is definitely better. This tool is amazing to always have on you. I've actually had the same one for over a decade now on my keychain. It's come in handy on so many occasions. It's small enough that it is also allowed through TSA without any issues if you are flying or going into security building.
While it is small enough that it can pass by TSA undetected, because it has a knife blade, if a TSA agent sees it there is a good chance it will get yanked. I have had multiple Swiss Army knifes from this size (58mm) taken from me at multiple airports in the US. Not saying it will happen...just be prepaid for it to be taken if you do fly with it. I actually fly with a Manager with the blade broken off.
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A dedicated box cutter is definitely better. This tool is amazing to always have on you. I've actually had the same one for over a decade now on my keychain. It's come in handy on so many occasions. It's small enough that it is also allowed through TSA without any issues if you are flying or going into security building.
It will get taken away if discovered with a blade.
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it's a cute toy Smilie
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They really need to make one with detachable blade so we can keep it in pocket while flying, not that anyone want to fly now.
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this doesnt look like a knife
THIS IS A KNIFE
https://www.amazon.com/MOSSY-OAK-...B01EYCE9JW
laugh out loud
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Why does it have to be in a different color for women? Seems a sexist comment.
Why does taking care of ones nails be a gender/sex thing? Seems an ignorant comment.
Getting tired political crisis acting victimhood being injected in to every non-political venue. Women are doing fine. American women today are the most privileged group that has lived in all of history.

https://hbr.org/2009/09/the-female-economy

few excerpts for those who don't want to read 10 pages:

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