Victorinox Swiss Champ XAVT S.A.K.

Apr 27, 2018

Category: Gear

As the makers of the famous Swiss Army Knife, Victorinox is known for packing a lot of functionality into a remarkably small package. But, they may have outdone themselves with their new Swiss Champ XAVT.

Packing a whopping 82 built-in functions, the list of things this folding multi-tool can’t accomplish might be shorter than what it can. Along with a whole host of normal tools (drivers, knives, wrenches, bottle openers, etc.), the Swiss Champ XAVT also features things like an on board clock, a pressurized ballpoint pen, a pharmaceutical spatula, a fish scaler, a magnifying glass, a barometer, dual thermometers and altimeters, and so much more. And, unlike the Wenger Giant (the world’s largest SAK), this one weighs just 12.3 ounces and could still reasonably fit in your pocket. Get one now for $370.

Purchase: $370

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