The Swiss professional mountain-climber Ueli Steck worked with Wenger to create this tool, which has blades 50 per cent thicker than the blades usually found on these all-in-ones.
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]
Wenger went a little nuts putting all their 85 different functioning gadgets into this Swiss Army knife. Yeah. Just a little.