Swiss Army Knive, the Pyra under the Sharp Tools


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I have a house full of knives and saws and corkscrews and the odd bottle opener. I generally remember to take things with me if I'm going out, but perhaps I'm just less spontaneous than you guys.
 
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Seems like my new Swiss Pocket Knive will be delivered today, i wonder: Should i make the Video in German or in English or Booth??

Shure the small blade on a normal Swiss Army Knive is good for working purposes, but its quite hard to fold out whit gloves..
 

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You mean "Zwizza Dütsch" or something like that?

I can understand a bit Dutch, and a bit from the Swiss Language but i cant speak it.. allthough i could search for the right words but this would make it possible that Swiss Peaple see my Video, and wants to comunicate whit me in this language..
 
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You mean "Zwizza Dütsch" or something like that?

Sorry dumb joke. I do look forward to your video.

Just saw this. Minimal / functional / pic-nic-able:


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Well, the the thing which was delivered some minutes ago at home is the direkt oposide of this thing.. ^^
But it should have the same amount of extra tools.. (only a blade and a handle)..
 

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Well, the Kāsejāger looks rather fine. I could be tempted...

Version 1 available on ebay:


I'll be honest, I have purchased about 5 of this knife. One for me, one for my parents house (where I pic-nic most), two limited edition black ones that I gave as gifts, and finally one backup. I use it at home to cut tomatoes all the time when the other knives are dirty.

Let me know if you don't nab that one. I just might.

Edit: I forgot about two limited wooden ones that I gifted to friends fiancés. That makes 7.
 
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Version 1 available on ebay:


I'll be honest, I have purchased about 5 of this knife. One for me, one for my parents house (where I pic-nic most), two limited edition black ones that I gave as gifts, and finally one backup. I use it at home to cut tomatoes all the time when the other knives are dirty.

Let me know if you don't nab that one. I just might.

Edit: I forgot about two limited wooden ones that I gifted to two friends fiancés. That makes 7.
I will not nab it. I can't justify it, even though I do appreciate it (and your gesture).
 

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Sorry for the Offtopic, but what are "Undergarments?"
Undergarments: Clothes worn under your outer clothing, not normally visible in polite public social situations. For women, bras, panties, g-strings, petticoats, girdles, corsetry; for men (under)pants, boxers, briefs, vests, singlets and sometimes 'T'-shirts. Long-johns in cold weather. Also known as underwear, 'grungies', and for women lingerie.

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Null beat me to it.
 

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Given that we are here:

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I'm not completely sure the rules about remaining on topic necessarily apply.

But good pedanting. There is a material difference between 'everyday' and 'every day', and since Matezu wrote 'everyday', my point is not relevant. I'll delete it.
 

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You should not wear the same underwear everyday, but at least some sort of underwear might be a good idea..

as long as you dont make this thing whe call "FKK" (Free Body Cultur) , where everyone is naked ^^ This was quite popular in the Eastern Part of Germany which was the DDR until the 1990thes...
 

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At least I have now the knife:
It’s the Victorinox Hunter Pro Alox Limited Edition 2021 in the German Law friendly 2 Hand Version,
Looks quite cool in Orange, although I allready opened it whit one hand, but it’s don’t have something to assist the one hand opening so it’s should be ok ..

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