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12-in-1 Stainless Steel Swiss-Style Pocket Knife
 

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  • Great knife for the price

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    Dont think I have ever had as good a knife for the price, very impressed.

    1/3/2011

    Cutter

  • very useful item

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    this is a very functional item to have in your survival kit

    3/21/2012

    Leslie

  • I'VE PROBABLY ORDERED 10 OF THESE HANDY POCKET KNIVES.

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    AT FIRST I PURCHASED 2 OF THESE KNIVES. WHEN THEY ARRIVED I WAS SO IMPRESSED WITH THE VALUE AND PRACTABILITY OF THEM I PROMPTLY ORDERED 4 MORE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. THEY ARE AS PRACTICAL AS A SWISS ARMY KNIFE FOR A FRACTION OF THE COST. I'M KEEPING ONE IN EACH OF OUR "BUG OUT" BAGS FOR EMERGENCIES.

    5/16/2012

    Wendy

  • cheap enough

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    Lightweight, sturdy, and cheap! You cannot get a multi tool like this for cheap in stores. You will have to sharpen things to your preference though.

    6/14/2012

    Daniele

  • Incredible Value!

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    I was looking for an inexpensive all-purpose knife for my 72-hour go-bag, so I didn't have very high expectations. It had to be cheap enough where I wouldn't cry if I lost it or had to throw it away at a shelter after an earthquake.

    Despite the low price, it's a pretty decent quality knife. Not in the same league as a Victorinox or Wenger, but still reasonably sturdy. It wouldn't be my choice for a regular everyday carry, camping, or military knife, but for a mobile 72-hour kit, it is perfect. I'm pretty impressed with this knife, and the price is great.

    11/21/2010

    Sharky

  • Cheap case

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    The tool is great but the case it comes with is poor quality.

    10/16/2014

    Israel

  • you get what you pay for

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    the case that houses the pocket knife fell apart 4 hours after a put it on my belt . the swiss-style pocket knife looks like its glued togather no rivets to hold everything in place. looks like if you put some force on the tools it would fall a part when you might need it most.in all i would spend the money to get a better one that you know will stand up to what you need it to do when the time comes you need it most.

    3/22/2012

    william

  • not sure it was worth the price paid

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    made for small stocking stuffers for Christmas that had some versatility however I am not sure it is worth the price, we'll see how long they last.................

    3/20/2012

    Eva

  • Average

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    I expected something a little more heavy duty since this is an emergency preparedness store. Hopefully it will stand up to use during an emergency. Luckily we haven't needed to use them yet.

    3/27/2012

    Kerrina

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12-in-1 Stainless Steel Swiss-Style Pocket Knife

QUICK FACTS | All Features & Specs

Material: Stainless Steel
Carrying Case: Included
Easy to Use: Yes
Dimensions (LxWxH): 0.75" x 1.25" x 4"

Regular Price: $3.94

Sale Price: $2.96

Save: $0.98 (25%)

 

   

 

Benefits & Description

12 Total Functions | Stainless Steel Blade| Carrying Case Included

Have Versatility During a Disaster
Perfect for emergency kits and supplies, this tool will help answer the call to a myriad of problems that may arise. Feel Confident In Your Preparations
Perfect for emergency kits and supplies. Having a multifunction tool saves space and ensures you have a tool to get a variety of jobs done when you need it. Stay Organized
Having a multi function tool keeps several tools all in one place making it easy to keep your storage kit organized. Multi-function swiss style knives are perfect for 72 hour kits! 12 different functions including can opener, screwdriver, scissors, small saw, and toothpick.

What's In-the-Box?

Emergency Basics :
(1) 12-in-1 Swiss-Style Pocket Knife  

Features & Functions

SKU: EB0012
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.2500
Supply Duration: Indefinite
Preservation Method: No
Brand: The Ready Store
Dimensions (LxWxH): 0.75" x 1.25" x 4"
 
 

FREQUENTLY BOUGHT TOGETHER

 
12-in-1 Stainless Steel Swiss-Style Pocket Knife
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299-Piece First-Aid Kit - SOFT CASE
 
Price for Both Items Together:
$29.09

 

  • Great knife for the price

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value

    Dont think I have ever had as good a knife for the price, very impressed.

    1/3/2011

    Cutter

  • very useful item

    • Value
    • Quality
    • Price

    this is a very functional item to have in your survival kit

    3/21/2012

    Leslie

  • I'VE PROBABLY ORDERED 10 OF THESE HANDY POCKET KNIVES.

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    AT FIRST I PURCHASED 2 OF THESE KNIVES. WHEN THEY ARRIVED I WAS SO IMPRESSED WITH THE VALUE AND PRACTABILITY OF THEM I PROMPTLY ORDERED 4 MORE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS. THEY ARE AS PRACTICAL AS A SWISS ARMY KNIFE FOR A FRACTION OF THE COST. I'M KEEPING ONE IN EACH OF OUR "BUG OUT" BAGS FOR EMERGENCIES.

    5/16/2012

    Wendy

  • cheap enough

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    Lightweight, sturdy, and cheap! You cannot get a multi tool like this for cheap in stores. You will have to sharpen things to your preference though.

    6/14/2012

    Daniele

  • Incredible Value!

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    I was looking for an inexpensive all-purpose knife for my 72-hour go-bag, so I didn't have very high expectations. It had to be cheap enough where I wouldn't cry if I lost it or had to throw it away at a shelter after an earthquake.

    Despite the low price, it's a pretty decent quality knife. Not in the same league as a Victorinox or Wenger, but still reasonably sturdy. It wouldn't be my choice for a regular everyday carry, camping, or military knife, but for a mobile 72-hour kit, it is perfect. I'm pretty impressed with this knife, and the price is great.

    11/21/2010

    Sharky

  • Cheap case

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value

    The tool is great but the case it comes with is poor quality.

    10/16/2014

    Israel

  • you get what you pay for

    • Value
    • Quality
    • Price

    the case that houses the pocket knife fell apart 4 hours after a put it on my belt . the swiss-style pocket knife looks like its glued togather no rivets to hold everything in place. looks like if you put some force on the tools it would fall a part when you might need it most.in all i would spend the money to get a better one that you know will stand up to what you need it to do when the time comes you need it most.

    3/22/2012

    william

  • not sure it was worth the price paid

    • Value
    • Quality
    • Price

    made for small stocking stuffers for Christmas that had some versatility however I am not sure it is worth the price, we'll see how long they last.................

    3/20/2012

    Eva

  • Average

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value

    I expected something a little more heavy duty since this is an emergency preparedness store. Hopefully it will stand up to use during an emergency. Luckily we haven't needed to use them yet.

    3/27/2012

    Kerrina