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Victorinox Swiss Army Fireman Rescue Tool

The Fireman Rescue Tool has been discontinued. It was replaced by the Victorinox Swiss Army Rescue Tool.

photo: Victorinox Swiss Army Fireman Rescue Tool multi-tool


Price Reviewers Paid: $35.67


1 review
5-star:   1
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0


  • lock blade and screwdriver
  • tweezers


  • no one hand compatibility

It is the previous version of now famous Rescue Tool, the same utmost quality of Swiss manufacturing. The most amazing thing on not only for this particular knife, but also for all the rest of Swiss army knife line, is the tweezers.

I am an outdoor lover, a forester by profession and a self proclaimed wood crafting handyman. Everybody knows how difficult the works gets in a precision required task if you wear gloves. As you would guess, I am not a glove favoring guy. When working with wood without any of kind protective gear, the most common and annoying thing one can face is wood splinters going unexpectedly anywhere in hand. In such cases, the tiny tweezers placed neatly on the knife's main body comes wonderfully handy.

My wife has numerous tweezers in her makeup kids, but none of them does as near an amazing job of grabbing and pulling those splinters out as this tiny one does. The arms must be squeezed from very close to the splinter, hair, what have you, grabbing tip because the tweezers themselves are made of a light and elastic steel. The grabbing tips when you squeeze grabs the object and don't let go unless what ever that is pulled out, gets out of where it is lodged.

I love it so much that I do not go anywhere without my Swiss army knife with its great tweezers in. Now, Rescue Tool is even better. Grab it whenever you get the opportunity.   


Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $35.67

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