UKOS10335 Victorinox

Victorinox Explorer Red Swiss Army Knife - Red

  • Discover unknown terrain or look at things in more detail with the Explorer, the “Officer’s Knife” for adventurers
  • Get to the bottom of things
  • Large Blade
  • Small Blade
  • Can Opener
  • Small Screwdriver

Product Description

  • Bottle Opener
  • Large Screwdriver
  • Wire Stripper
  • Reamer, Puncher & Sewing Eye
  • Phillips Screwdriver
  • Scissors
  • Hook
  • Magnifying Glass
  • Keyring
  • Tweezers
  • Toothpick
  • Genuine VICTORINOX Swiss product. Supplied new and boxed


"The victorinox explorer is by far the best model of swiss army knife so far. the small size makes it very portable, but in my opinion it has all the best tools" - angus80,Australia. "I have to agree with the reviewer who said that, during an airline flight, he feels naked without his Swiss Army Knife. I think that I have had this one ( officier suisse) for about 25 years, now. I use it almost every day; if I can't fix something with this knife, if doesn't get fixed! The blades, sizzors, reamer, wine opener, screwdrivers, and now the magnifier (as I get older). It is the handiest thing that I own, and I am ordering a new Explorer to replace it with, as the old one is finally getting a bit too "beaten up" - napadan, Usa. "I bought this knife in 2009 in Switzerland. I carry it every day and use it almost every day. The quality is great. The blade holds an edge better than other knives I've owned. I've used all extensions on the knife and have had No issues. I Love this knife" - MGMTexan, Usa.

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Dimensions: 91 x 27 x 22 mm. Color: Red.

About Brand

The 125 year history of Victorinox is characterized by perseverance and continual growth. Typical Swiss characteristic set the tone for the corporation's development. In 1884, the cutler and entrepreneur Karl Elsener opened a cutler’s business in Ibach-Schwyz, which is in Central Switzerland. In the course of its 125-year history, it developed into a global company. Victorinox was founded at a time when Switzerland was still one of the poorer countries in Europe. Around 1880, many Swiss were unemployed and felt they had no option but to emigrate. In spite of these difficult economic conditions, the cutler Karl Elsener took the initiative and laid the foundations for a thriving company by opening his cutler’s business. The company founder’s pioneering spirit, honesty and deep roots in the region have accompanied the history of the Victorinox company over the last 125 years and live on in its philosophy and products. Continuity also characterizes the organization: since its founding in 1884, Victorinox has remained a family company and it has stayed independent to this day. The Elsener family, who founded the company, owns 10 percent of the shares. The other 90 percent are owned by Victorinox’s foundations. This model will secure the company’s future and provide job security in the long term.

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