Fix anything, anywhere. That's the multitool promise, but buying the wrong one can leave you stranded. Here's how to get the right one, the first time.
For years now, if you wanted a watch that could survive almost everything up to a nuclear war, Casio's G-Shock line was your goto timepiece. But Victorinox, maker of the venerable Swiss Army Knife, wants a piece of that market. So it's just unveiled its Inox line of 'Tonka-tough' watches that can seemingly survive any…
Weighing just 99 grams and folding away into a compact package that's easy to pocket, Victorinox's new Swiss Army Bike Tool is the perfect weapon against misaligned handlebars and other on-the-road cycling emergencies.
Designed for the person who's never deleted a single file and maxes out their monthly bandwidth limits on torrents, Victorinox dropped a bomb on CES with their new SSD flash drive which will actually be available in capacities up to one terabyte. That's a thousand gigabytes people. Enough to hold like a trillion…
You might think they only make knives, but Victorinox also makes some of the best flash drives on the market (they're certainly my favorite.) They're well-built, extremely fast, and in a few days might be available in one terabyte capacities.
They're called "trade secrets" for a reason. And if the competition gets their hands on your company's IP because you drunkenly left it in a bar, you'll need stringent security to keep them from peeping—like the Victorinox Presentation Master's 256-bit AES encryption. It's a Swiss Army Knife on loan from MI6.
Victorinox's Remade In Switzerland range of products uses actual old Swiss army artefacts, upcycled to become brand new pieces. Like this Swiss army knife, which has been made from old horseshoe nails. You can literally be hard as nails now.
They're calling it the world's smallest 256GB SSD. All I know is that it's gonna be hell of a lot more useful than that plastic toothpick thing they usually cram in there.
They've got millions of people out of trouble since their invention in the 1880s (and opened a few bottles of wine along the way), but how much do you know about the humble Swiss army knife? [Outside]
If you could bottle the masculine and industrious musk of MacGyver in a bottle, it would be Swiss Unlimited from knife-maker Victorinox.
Those who have trouble with allergies (and deep pockets) may try just about anything to help alleviate their symptoms, and chances are Victorinox had these people in mind when they developed this Swiss Army Tech Vest with Air Purifier. The purifier itself is located in the left breast pocket, and it supposedly…
Victorinox, makers of those handy little MultiTools, have unveiled a couple of limited edition Swiss Army Knives, one gold, one platinum, both studded with diamonds. Just 120 of each model have been made, and you won't believe the price.
Rarely do we come across products with names as ridiculous as the SWISSMEMORYprestigeTH USB Memory Stick. Why are "SWISSMEMORY" and "prestige" stuck together? Why couldn't they just stay separate? And what's the deal with the "TH" at the end? What about a 1GB USB memory stick encased in a Swiss Army Knife-like shell…
Victorinox has been making Swiss Army knives with USB drives for a while now, but their Swiss Beat MP3 Player has got to be the first gadget that will both let you listen to Michael Bolton's "Time, Love and Tenderness" as well as slit someone's carotid artery.