Which swiss army knife do you use?

Monocrom

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Just wanted to mention that the One-Hand Vic. Trekker is replacing my Red handled Alox Farmer as my main outdoor SAK.
 

HaileStorm

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I always have my Minichamp as part of my edc. It's got everything I'd probably need for any edc task. It's got a pen too which I never thought I'd find so handy. I edc this in conjunction with my Kershaw Shuffle II which has a better blade, bigger flathead/pry tool and bottle opener.

The Classic Limited I really just bought because it looks real neat with those scales.

The Leatherman Squirt is there for when I need pliers or a slightly beefier multitool.
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dgbrookman

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A little Swiss Army Rambler lives on my keychain. The most useful knife is the one you have with you, and the Rambler is a great little lightweight knife that takes no effort to carry.

Occasionally a Swiss Army Tinker in my pocket because of the full-size phillips and flat screwdrivers.

A Leatherman Sidekick for the occasions when I venture out of my suburban cocoon.
 

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I like it's size for my EDC keychain, and its selection of tools - esp. the Phillips screwdriver and ballpoint pen.
 

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Hello everybody. I' m trying to identify the model of my Wenger Swiss knife my grandfather gave me many years back. It is a Wenger Delemont model without keyring as you can see in photos. It seems in "Basic" series of Wenger but it HAS toothpick and tweeser.

It has a stamp of Nixdorf Computer below Wenger Logo.

Anybody help ?
 

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