Victorinox Swiss Army Climber Olympic Edition

Jul 11, 2016

Category: Gear

Gold. That is what is on the minds of all of the world-class athletes heading to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil this summer for the Olympic games. To commemorate that competitive spirit, Victorinox, the famed knife and multi-tool maker, has made a limited run of their Swiss Army Climber knife in 24 carat gold.

Each of these knives featuring a 99.9 percent pure gold coating and will come along with a certificate of authenticity confirming that your climber multi-tool is one of the only 2,500 made for this event. Just like any other Swiss Army knife, this one comes along with tools like the bottle opener, knife, scissors, and cork screw that made this tool famous in the first place. Unlike the classic climber tool, however, this will only be available for a short amount of time. Pick yours up for $60. [Purchase]

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