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Victorinox Super Tinker, 14 Functions


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  • Handy Swiss Army multitool for campers, hikers, boy scouts, and more
  • Contains more than a dozen hardened stainless-steel and plastic tools
  • Includes large and small blade, can opener/screwdriver, and scissors
  • Also includes toothpick, tweezers, and bottle opener
  • Precision crafted in Switzerland; measures 3-1/2 inches long; lifetime warranty

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  • Item Weight: 454 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 100 g
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  • Item model number: 53341
  • ASIN: B000MLU8PE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Jan 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,580 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Darren-M on 2 Dec 2012
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This is probably one of the most stereotypical 'Swiss Army Knives' out there at the moment. I've had mine for a while now, so I'll offer some thoughts.

First off, this has most of the tools you're going to use daily, and some that you'll use semi-regularly. The only thing missing for me is a pair of pliers, but I chose this deliberately as pliers add a whole other row, making it bulkier and heavier. If you're after this with pliers, look at the Victorinox Deluxe Tinker Swiss Army Knife [Deluxe Tinker].

The philips screwdriver, as seen from the photograph, opens at 90 degrees to the rest of the tool. This can make it slightly fiddly to use, and I'd prefer one that instead opened on the main row of tools, so that the whole handle could be used as a long tool, the way the flat-head and micro-flat-head are (on the bottle and can openers).

The hook is a bit interesting, as it doesn't seem to serve any purpose any longer. I have found it useful for tightening and unpicking knots, but I wouldn't really suggest this if you had a more appropriate tool nearby.

The scissors, as is usual with Victorinox knives, are high quality and have a good spring. My only word of warning is not to squeeze them at an angle, as you might risk popping the spring out of the middle. However, it's easily reinserted and spares can be purchased of the spring, as well as the tweezers/toothpick.

When the philips screwdriver is extended, a small hole in the scales is visible. This is by design and is intended to store a pin (although one is not supplied). I'd definitely suggest putting a pin here as they're usually fairly inconvenient items to carry (what with being sharp and pointy), but they can be very useful. Just make sure to choose one with a flat head as opposed to a ball or other large object, as otherwise the screwdriver won't close.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By sm on 16 Aug 2012
I got it as a gift from my girlfriend and I couldn't be happier! Super Tinker is one of those rare Victorinox knives that don't have a corkscrew. It has a more useful Phillips head screwdriver instead. The hook is great for working with items that you can't or don't want to touch with your hands. Scissors are sharp enough to cut fabric and the reamer is great for making new holes in leather belts or wrist watch bands. The overall quality is outstanding! I've had a number of situations where various tools failed and Victorinox didn't. I was surprised how capable these little gadgets are. To me, this is a perfect knife.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sussex Man on 25 Jan 2012
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I find Swiss army knives to be very useful for a myriad of jobs and like to have one in my pocket at all times. Swiss army knives are not the cheapest but you are buying a quality product that is likely to last indefinitely. I have lost a few but never broken one. If you buy one, look carefully over the different options and chose one that is right for you in size and the range of tools it has. The super tinker was my choice as it has scissors and a cross head screwdriver, as well as the usual big and small blades, can opener etc. Some options have tools that may not be of any use to you, such as a corkscrew. The super tinker is not large and you can keep it in your pocket without being weighed down. If you are taking a flight, make sure you put it in your check in luggage or it will be taken off you.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Oa.c. Hyc on 9 Sep 2011
I brought this "Victorinox Super Tinker" as my substitute for my "Victorinox Mechanic" which was taken away at airport security checking post because of stupid me leaving it in my backpack with me. The difference between Super Tinker and Mechanic are scissors and multi purpose hook on Super Tinker, which are replaced by a plier on Mechanic.
Both are compact useful everyday carrying(EDC)knives, while I prefer Mechanic a little bit. Damn~"Mechanic" is now not available from Victorinox, and really hard to find in retailers. And yes, I think the corkscrew is less useful.

The quality and utility of Victorinox Swiss Army knives is no need for me to advertise; the shipment from the seller "Amazon EU S.a.r.L." is much faster then it was expected, ie. it arrives 3 days earlier. The reason of reserving the last one star out of 5, instead of rating 5 stars, is in memory of my previous "Victorinox Mechanic".
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Typical Victorinox quality so nothing to add there.

First of all I specifically selected a model without the corkscrew. IMO corkscrews have had their day. I think Victorinox are a little behind the curve here and just making them a home for a spectacles screwdriver is missing the point. For many the cross-point screwdriver (in lieu of the corkscrew) is potentially much more useful but there is currently a slightly limited model choice without the corkscrew.

This model I think has the perfect tool selection for typical legal everyday carry without the bulk or excess weight of rarely needed tools. Perhaps in hindsight I might have chosen the one layer thinner (and easier to obtain) Tinker model which deletes scissors and the hook (never had one and TBH never felt the need), and instead carry scissors on a keychain sized tool. A Gerber Dime for example would also deliver light duty pliers. That said the Super Tinker is significantly lighter and less bulky than my current older model Camping or Ranger carry with its more outdoor orientated tool selection. Including the not used for years corkscrew!

This hard to obtain model sent flawlessly from a German seller.

Later edit:

Sadly the Dime scissors are no substitute for Victorinox scissors. They are left handed so unless you are left handed they are far from satisfactory because the view of the (tiny) cut is blocked by the blade. Result a crooked cut. I've kept the scissored Super Tinker which is really not that thick and returned the Tinker.
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