Victorinox Swiss Army SwissTool CS Plus Multi-tool, Includes Leather Pouch Description
Style:Swisstool Cs Plus Product Description No tool belt should be without its very own Victorinox Swiss Army SwissTool. The SwissTool was designed for ease of use, but doesn’t compromise on durability or functionality. Individual springs hold the tools in place so you can easily access each one individually from the outside of the handle. The lock and release system is designed to lock each tool in place when opened, and release to fold away with a simple slide of the release button. The SwissTool is truly a handyperson’s helper with a multitude of implements and available accessories; it’s at your service when it’s at your side. From lightweight design to its outside opening implements, there’s not much the SwissTool can’t do.Â Like all Swiss Army Knives, the SwissTool has a lifetime warranty, stainless steel implements and Swiss-made quality and durability. Includes 37 Functions: Pliers Screwdriver (2mm) Screwdriver (3mm) Wire Cutter (for wire up to 40 hrc) Screwdriver (5mm) Bottle Opener Screwdriver (7.5mm) Large Blade Scissors Metal File Metal Saw Wood Saw Reamer Phillips Screwdriver Chisel/Scraper Strong Crate Opener Wire Bender Wire Stripper Wire Scraper Wire Crimper Can Opener Corkscrew Patented Mini-screwdriver Ruler (230mm) Ruler (9in) Hard Wire Cutter Lanyard Hole Easy Kickback Springs Lock Release – Phillips #0 – Phillips #3 – Torx #10 – Torx #15 – Hex ##3 – Hex #4 Bit Case Bit Wrench In 1884, Master Cutler Karl Elsener opened a cutlery shop in Ibach, Switzerland. There, he and the cutlersâ union he formed produced the finest steel cutlery, finished with the now-famous proprietary edge preferred globally by professional and home cooks. In 1891, Karl supplied the Swiss Army with its standard issue Soldierâs Knife and in 1897 with the Officerâs Knife. In 1921, after the death of his mother, Victoria, and with the advent of stainless steel, then known as âinoxydable’ and used in the production of his cutlery, Karl changed the name of the company to Victorinox. It is from those humble beginnings that a worldwide icon was born.Today, Victorinox is still owned and operated by the Elsener family, and both the company and family still resides in the small village of Ibach, Switzerland. Care Tips for Swiss Army KnivesThe various tools are manufactured from high-quality steel with precisely tuned features that are essential for the particular application. The steel is tempered, annealed and polished to achieve the necessary hardness and provide optimum resistance to corrosion.SharpeningTo re-sharpen your knife, use a whetstone at an angle of 15Â°â 20Â°. This will result in a cutting angle of 30Â°â 40Â°. If sharpening on a grinding wheel, always cool with plenty of water to avoid excessive temperatures and the resulting damages that may occur.CleaningAfter youâve used your Swiss Army Knife for all of its various applications, such as cutting open numerous boxes, you may notice that the blades begin to stick together. Opening and closing the blades in warm water several times will allow the tools to easily move again. Once they have dried, it is recommended, to apply a small drop of oil between the blade or tool shank and the spring. To optimally maintain the locking mechanism, periodically apply a drop of our recommended Swiss Army Knife Oil. Never put Swiss Army Knives in the dishwasher. Amazon.com From the renowned company that created the Swiss Army knife a century ago comes the SwissTool CS Plus folding multi-tool, a handy tool kit neatly contained within a folding body that measures just 4.5 inches long. The SwissTool CS Plus is sheathed in a sleek stainless-steel body that stores comfortably in a polyester/nylon belt pouch. More importantly, the SwissTool CS Plus offers 37 functions, with such mini-tools as pliers; 2mm, 3mm, 5mm, and 7.5mm screwdrivers; a Phillips head screwdriver; a wire cutter; a bottle opener; a large knife blade; scissors; a metal file; a metal saw; a wood saw; a reamer/punch; a chisel/scraper; a strong crate opener; a wire bender; a wire stripper; a wire scraper; a wire crimper; a can opener; a corkscrew; a patented mini-screwdriver; a 9-inch ruler; a 230mm ruler; and a hard wire cutter. Each tool opens individually (no clumping), locks in place, and folds with the push of a button. The SwissTool CS Plus also includes a bonus bit wrench with six bits: a hex 3 bit, a hex 4 bit, a Phillips 0 bit, a Phillips 3 bit, a Torx 10 bit, and a Torx 15 bit. As with all Victorinox items, the SwissTool CS Plus is made to exacting standards, with dozens of steps going into its construction. Victorinox attends to every detail, from selecting the finest materials to performing the final inspection. In addition, each individual tool has been hardened in a different way to stand up to its designated use. The SwissTool CS Plus knife weighs just 10 ounces and carries a lifetime warranty. The SwissTool CS Plus packs 37 functions into its compact stainless-steel body. SwissTool CS Plus Tools Pliers 2mm screwdriver 3mm screwdriver 5mm screwdriver 7.5mm screwdriver Wire cutter (for wire up to hardness of 40 hrc) Bottle opener Large blade Scissors Metal file Metal saw Wood saw Reamer/punch Phillips screwdriver Chisel/scraper Strong crate opener Wire bender Wire stripper Wire scraper Wire crimper Can opener Patented mini-screwdriver 9-inch and 230mm rulers Hard wire cutter Lanyard hole Easy kickback springs Lock release Nylon belt pouch Bit wrench Hex 3 bit Hex 4 bit Phillips 0 bit Phillips 3 bit Torx 10 bit Torx 15 bit About Victorinox In 1884, Swiss cutler Karl Elsener set up shop in Ibach-Schwyz, installing a waterwheel in Tobelbach Brook to run his grinding and polishing machines. Thus began what would become the international brand name Victorinox, a combination of Victoria, for Elsener’s mother, and ‘inox,’ or stainless steel. Today, Victorinox produces watches, luggage, clothing, and, famously, Swiss Army Knives. The original product dates to 1897, when Elsener patented the Swiss Officer’s and Sports Knife he supplied to the Swiss Army. Following World War II, American servicemen and women shopping in PX stores shortened the name to Swiss Army Knife, which lives on in English-speaking countries around the world and has become a metaphor for versatility.