Wenger Evolution 81

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Similar in size and function to the Esquire. The Evo 81's modern ergonomic handles add style as well as improve the feel. 6 implements / 7 functions: ergonomic handles, pen blade, springless scissors with serrated, self-sharpening design, nail file, nail cleaner, toothpick, tweezers, key ring. Size: 2.5", Wt: .7 oz. Limited lifetime warranty. Made in Switzerland. Limited quantity blue and red.

- Vargo Outdoors

The compact Wenger Evolution 81 Swiss Army knife fits the contours of your hand with specially shaped handle scales. Enjoy a firm grip for increased safety and precision! Knife features a 1.75 in. stainless-steel pen blade, 1.8 in. springless scissors, nail file, nail cleaner, toothpick, tweezers and key ring.


The world took notice when Wenger introduced the Genuine Swiss Army Knife. Its versatility and innovative design were unlike anything anyone had seen before. Today they are breaking new ground again with EVO the Evolution Series. Evo's unique ergonomic shapemakes gripping these knives even easier, while its modern styling attracts attention wherever it's used. The Genuine Swiss Army Knife has evolved with EVO! The 81 has six implements and seven function, equipped with a 1.75" pen blade, 1.8" spring-less scissors with serrated self-sharpening design, nail file, nail cleaner, tooth pick, tweezers, and a key ring. Wenger is the official knife manufacture for the Swiss Army.

- SunnySports

EVO, the evolution series, makes knives even easier with modern styling and unique ergonomic grip.6 implements, 7 functions.1.75 inch pen blade.1.8 inch springless scissors with serrated, self sharpening design.Nail file, nail cleaner.Toothpick, tweezers.Key ring.Size: 2.5 in.Wt. 0.7 oz.

- Campmor

Wenger Evolution 81


The Wenger Evolution 81 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2013 at Campmor.

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