Skip to comments.Wenger 16999 Swiss Army Knife Giant [humor]
Posted on 06/23/2019 6:30:21 AM PDT by Leaning Right
This knife is for real. And it has an amazing 87 different folding tools. But what makes this product stand out are all the wacky comments by the reviewers. Most of them are comedy gems.
Here are just two: "I tried to file my nails, but in the process I accidentally fixed a small engine that was near by. Which was nice."
"With this, I once fought off a family of hungry grizzlies by simply pulling it out of my pocket. They apologized for the inconvenience and left."
By the way, the knife costs $9,999.99 (really). But before you scoff, ask yourself this. Where else can you get a knife like this for under $10,000?
Most useful tools?
Toothpick and tweezers!
If POTUS has one, it might explain a lot....
Heh, heh. The Q&As are pretty good, too. I KNEW there had to be at least one reference to Chuck Norris.
The BEST Q&A is the first one:
Can it core a apple?
OHHHHHHH, it can core a apple.
Zip zip zip.
Post of the day!
Leaning Right is correct. Go to the site. Funny stuff there. It will brighten up your Sunday.
Well, there goes a chunk of my day...
I liked the one where the guy left it in his pant pockets when his wife did the wash and it disassembled the washing machine.
Still waiting for the matching Swiss Army gun.
“Changed my life!
Received this knife as a gift for my 18th birthday. Wish I’d have known what it was because as soon as I touched it, I grew a mustache and became a Navy Seal. Mom fainted and my dad laughed and handed me a beer. I was born a girl.
Minus 2 stars because my breasts were really nice.”
> Still waiting for the matching Swiss Army gun. <
Sorry, but that’s no longer available. Back in May the Swiss caved to the EU on gun rights.
My favorite one is the super tinker. I must have a couple of dozen and keep a tiny one on my key chain. It has an led light plus tweezers, toothpick, blade and combination nail file flat bladed screw driver.
Around 50 years ago I read an article in one of the outdoor magazines in which the author made a comment such as “I believe in keeping my tools in the toolbox, not a knife”.
I thought to myself that this guy was an old pro and how silly those guys were who kept their tools in a knife.
Then I actually owned one. I then realized just how useful they can be.
I think OJ actually used one to murder two people.
> My favorite one is the super tinker. <
Out of curiosity, I looked that up. They’re not cheap (around $30). But yep, I’m gonna get me one.
Around 1987 I bought a used Swisschamp at a pawn shop. It was basically a new knife and still looks like new.
I like it but it is just a little too bulky and heavy. I think back then it was the top of the line.
Q: Can it core a apple?
A: Of course it can, but the apple-corer blade is accessible only if you use it immediately after the bagpipe bladder stitch removal cumberbutton and before using the panda baby spoon.
Q: Can we see a photo of this knife in the closed position?
A: No. Unfortunately, closing the knife brings too much mass into one location causing the formation of a small black hole. This is not covered by the warranty.
Surprising. As soon as I found out how much my husband spent on this, I left him. Bad move. It represented him at the divorce hearing. I now pay $10,000 a month in alimony.
“By the way, the knife costs $9,999.99 (really). “
PLUS...$8.95 shipping. (Seller’s a cheapskate...shoulda been free shipping.)
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