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Polished silver Victorinox Classic

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Cash'n'Carrion If you're the kind of person who has climbed to the very pinnacle of the achievement tree and has the trophies to prove it - Bentley, beach house in Bermuda, motor cruiser on a Roman Abramovich scale - then you will definitely need to get your hands on the latest Victorinox knife from Cash'n'Carrion.

The ultimate executive accessory: the Vitorinox silver polishedThe Victorinox Classic Silver Polished is just that - a seven-feature Classic knife with a hallmarked, polished silver casing.

It comes complete with faux velvet-lined presentation box for £42.54 (£49.98 inc VAT) - small change for the kind of discerning punter who will slip this beauty into the top pocket of his Armani suit.

Alternatively, if you are not an oil-rich Russian football club owner, we have a knife to suit every budget - from the standard Classic at £5.95 (£6.99 inc VAT) to the eminently practical, 17-function-plus-digital-clock Voyager at £28.93 (£33.99 inc VAT). You can see the full range here. ®

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