Hodinkee & Victorinox Built A Watch-Focused Swiss Army Knife

Aug 13, 2019

Category: Gear

Hodinkee is a haven for horologists, as they provide timepieces and the quality tools to maintain them for a long life of keeping people punctual. Now they’re upgrading their lineup of tools with the Victorinox Hodinkee Watchmaker Swiss Army Knife, which allows you to observe the magic of a watch’s movement.

The Hodinkee Watchmaker Swiss Army Knife has a stable three-inch handle, so you can use the curved stainless steel blade to open difficult snap-on case-backs with ease. You can get an intimate look at the movement of your timepiece to admire or fix the inner-workings. The Victorinox multi-tool also comes with a two-inch knife and tweezers for any other obstacles the day has to offer. Add this to compact tool to your EDC loadout or house it in your toolbox for when you tinker with your collection. Pick up this multi-tool right this second for $29.

Purchase: $29

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