Victorinox Swiss Army One Hand Sentinel

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Victorinox Swiss Army's One Hand Sentinel page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Grip it, flip it, lock it – it’s that easy with the Lockblade Collection from Victorinox. Functionality meets accessibility with contoured, no-slip handles and one-hand opening blades for quick blade access when you need it most.

- GearX.com

Through the miracle of technological evolution, the One Hand Sentinel Knife only requires one hand to operate (as the name implies). Victorinox achieves this feat with a large loop built into the blade, rather than the small thumbnail slot on most pocket knives. The Sentinel's main blade is serrated, which gives you a little more cutting power than a smooth blade, although your cut may not be quite as smooth. The Sentinel also comes equipped with tweezers, a toothpick, and a key ring for added convenience.

- Backcountry.com

Be at ready when you're out camping or hiking with the One-Hand Sentinel from Victorinox Swiss Army - a simple pocketknife with a large blade that deploys with the use of one hand by firmly pressing down on the little open knob on the no-slip handle. Attach it to your keyring, your pack or keep it stowed in your pocket and marvel at how many times you find yourself reaching for it.

- Mountain Gear

Description of Swiss Army Victorinox One Handed SentinelQuick and easy to use the Swiss Army One Handed Sentinel keeps two watchful eyes on the task at hand. FeaturesLarge Blade One-hand opening liner lockTweezersToothpickKey Ring

- US Outdoor Store

Victorinox Swiss Army One Hand Sentinel

MSRP:
$35.00

The Victorinox Swiss Army One Hand Sentinel is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 13, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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