Victorinox Pioneer Livanto Swiss Army Knife

Jun 8, 2017

Category: Gear

One of the biggest knocks to one-use coffee pods is that they can be quite wasteful. After all, you just toss the pod once you’ve used it. Well, in conjunction with Victorinox, the folks at Nespresso have decided to do something about their waste. Something far cooler than we ever would have expected – they’re recycling their pods and building the Pioneer Livanto Swiss Army Knife out of them.

Yes, this SAK is actually made (in part) with 24 recycled coffee capsules – namely, the beautiful bronze scales. And, as avid everyday carry enthusiasts, this might be our favorite form of recycling to date. Especially because this pocket knife; with its 7 functions that include a can and bottle opener, dual screwdrivers, a reamer, a wire stripper, and a large blade; is already a stellar piece of gear. But, if you want to get in on the action, you’ll have to act quick. This $55 bladed multi-tool is only available for a limited time.

Purchase: $55

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