Victorinox Swiss Army Hercules

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Small, yet mighty, the Hercules is our pocket knife with super strength. A natural multitasker, it packs a powerful 18 functions into its compact size. Think of it as your take-anywhere toolbox. Integrated combi pliers, a long and thin Phillips screwdriver, reamer, punch, wood saw, scissors and a larger blade are just a few of its powers. Features: Tools - Large blade - Bottle opener - Screwdriver 5 mm, lockable - Wire stripper - Wood saw - Can opener - Screwdriver 3 mm - Reamer, punch - Corkscrew - Phillips screwdriver 0/1, longscissors - Phillips screwdriver 1/2 - Pliers - Wire cutter - Wire crimping tool - Tweezers - Toothpick - Key ringDimensions - Net weight: 7.1 oz - Height: 1.1 in - Length: 4.4 in - Weight: 7.1 ozDetails - Scale material: polyamide - Blade lockable: Yes - One hand blade: No

- LeftLane Sports

The Hercules Swiss Army Knife is not a mythical tool from Greece. It's a small, yet powerful asset to your hiking gear, camping supplies, toolbox, or glovebox from a very real country of multilingual mountaineers. The solid craftsmanship and intricate design features basic tools you'd need to finish up a list of partially-completed tasks around the house, MacGyver your way out of a hostage situation, or cut off your own limb in a remote canyon far from civilization.

- Backcountry.com

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MSRP:
$99.00

The Victorinox Swiss Army Hercules is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 11, 2019 at LeftLane Sports.

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