Swiss Army Knives

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Hello 👋😊
I figured, for some reason, that this forum would be a good place to ask about Swiss Army knives.
I want to get one for my husband for Christmas but have no idea on best brands etc
I have about £50-£65 budget for this gift and would love some recommendations
Many thanks in advance
Sarah
 

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Hello 👋😊
I figured, for some reason, that this forum would be a good place to ask about Swiss Army knives.
I want to get one for my husband for Christmas but have no idea on best brands etc
I have about £50-£65 budget for this gift and would love some recommendations
Many thanks in advance
Sarah
 

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Hello 👋😊
I figured, for some reason, that this forum would be a good place to ask about Swiss Army knives.
I want to get one for my husband for Christmas but have no idea on best brands etc
I have about £50-£65 budget for this gift and would love some recommendations
Many thanks in advance
Sarah
What is he looking for exactly? I have the Pioneer and it’s an amazing knife
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I’m not entirely sure to be honest. He’s a nurse, so it comes naturally to have a pair of scissors and other bits as part of his job but I thought an all in one would be really nice for ‘everyday’
 

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If he has a huge pocket and you hit the lottery, you could buy him this one.
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All I can think of when someone says Swiss Army Knife, is MacGyver (the original one, not the new one).

You could get him something like a leatherman multi tool. Although for a nurse, you might want to get him some counseling and a hippy commune where he can unwind and relax. :)
 

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If he has a huge pocket and you hit the lottery, you could buy him this one.
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We call that a toolbox overhere hahaha
 

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I don't think a multitool could replace the very specific scissors that nurses uses. For other purposes Wenger, Victoinox and Leatherman are good products. Don't get carried away with the everything but the kitchen sink units.
 

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I never liked my victorinox knives because the blades don't lock. I'm too much of a clutz to use non-locking knives. I'd go with the leatherman, too.
 

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