Giant Swiss Army Knife Now on Sale

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Be aware, the “Giant Swiss Army Knife” from Wenger is now available at Thinkgeek for a cool grand. It features all 85 tools currently available in various other knives from Wenger. It weighs three pounds—and includes a key ring.

Catalog Page [ThinkGeek.com]

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10 Responses to Giant Swiss Army Knife Now on Sale

  1. Simon Greenwood says:

    Proto@6:

    Which has it’s own little Swiss Army Knife, which has its own, and so on, like a mandelbrot for getting stones out of horses’ hooves.

  2. Anonymous says:

    My 8 year old son said it should be called a suitcase knife not a pocket knife.

  3. cayton says:

    I think it’s humorous. But $1000 for something that is not too practical is absurd.

  4. Anonymous says:

    is that a whistle in the middle of the front side?

  5. Anonymous says:

    they are selling it at selfridges in London for 499 pounds. i dont know since when but i first saw it 2 months ago and its still there for sale.

  6. Chris Tucker says:

    Think of it this way:

    The Wenger is Microsoft Vista. It does everything, but it’s expensive, hard to use, and eventually, just too frustrating to deal with.

  7. Dillenger69 says:

    wow … All it needs is a place to mount it on a stick and you can use it as a mace when everything is open.

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  10. proto says:

    Does it have its own little Swiss Army Knife?

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