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Introducing the flamethrowing Swiss Army knife

Exciting new range of must-have kit

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Cash'n'Carrion Following the runaway success of the Victorinox CyberTool 34 - the knife that does just about everything except go to work for you - we have decided to expand our range of Swiss Army Knives to include the latest innovations in multi-tool technology.

That range of Swiss Army knives in full

Yup, there's a knife here to meet every conceivable need, from the functional and compact Classic to the stylish Voyager, offering digital alarm clock function. We even have the Camp Flame, essential for lighting signal fires for emergency airlift from particularly dull management meetings.

Here are the full specs:

Classic

Colour: Red
Length: 58mm
Tools:

  1. Blade
  2. Nailfile with
  3. - Nail cleaner
  4. Scissors
  5. Key ring
  6. Tweezers
  7. Toothpick

£5.95 (£6.99 inc VAT)


Climber

Colour: Jelly Blue
Length: 91mm
Tools:

  1. Large blade
  2. Small blade
  3. Corkscrew
  4. Can opener with
  5. - Small screwdriver
  6. Bottle opener with
  7. - Screwdriver
  8. - Wire stripper
  9. Reamer,Punch and Sewing eye
  10. Key ring
  11. Tweezers
  12. Toothpick
  13. Scissors
  14. Multi-purpose hook

£12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT)


Camp Flame

Colour: "Jelly" Red
Length: 91mm
Tools:

  1. Large blade
  2. Small blade
  3. Corkscrew
  4. Can opener with
  5. - Small 3mm screwdriver
  6. Bottle Opener with
  7. - Large screwdriver (6mm)
  8. - Wire bender/stripper
  9. Reamer/Punch & sewing eye
  10. Key ring
  11. Tweezers
  12. Toothpick
  13. Scissors
  14. Multi-purpose hook
  15. Mini screwdriver
  16. Lighter with laser flame
  17. Stainless steel pin
  18. Ballpoint pen

£31.48 (£36.99 inc VAT)


Voyager

Colour: Onyx
Length: 91mm
Tools:

  1. Large blade
  2. Small blade
  3. Corkscrew
  4. Can opener with
  5. - Small 3mm screwdriver - also for Philips 2+3
  6. Bottle Opener with
  7. - Large screwdriver
  8. - Wire stripper
  9. Reamer,Punch & Sewing eye
  10. Key ring
  11. Tweezers
  12. Toothpick
  13. Scissors
  14. Multi-purpose hook
  15. Mini screwdriver
  16. Digital clock, alarm & timer
  17. Stainless steel pin
  18. Ballpoint pen

£28.93 (£33.99 inc VAT)


CyberTool 34

Colour: Jelly Red
Length: 91mm
Tools:

  1. Large blade
  2. Small blade
  3. Corkscrew
  4. Can opener with
  5. - Small 3mm screwdriver
  6. Bottle Opener with
  7. - Large screwdriver (6mm)
  8. - Wire bender/stripper
  9. Reamer/Punch & sewing eye
  10. Key ring
  11. Tweezers
  12. Toothpick
  13. Scissors
  14. Multi-purpose hook
  15. Wrench with
  16. - 5mm female hex drive for D-Sub connectors
  17. - 4mm female hex drive for the bits
  18. - Bit Pozidrive 0
  19. - Bit Pozidrive 1
  20. - Case with
  21. - Bit slotted 4mm
  22. - Bit Phillips 2
  23. - Bit hex 4mm
  24. - Bit torx 8
  25. - Bit torx 10
  26. - Bit torx 15
  27. Pressurised ballpoint pen
  28. - Also to set DIP-switches
  29. - Stainless steel pin
  30. 1.5mm mini screwdriver
  31. Pliers with
  32. - Wire cutters
  33. - Wire crimping tool

£33.18 (£38.99 inc VAT)

You can get all of the above must-have kit right now at Cash'n'Carrion. Our secure servers are waiting to take you order. ®

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