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February 01 2024

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Damned Designs Anzu

Damned Designs Anzu

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Limited edition Swiss Army Knives for the holidays

VICTORINOX INTRODUCES LIMITED EDITION SWISS ARMY KNIVES IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS THE PERFECT GIFT FOR ADVENTURERS: Available beginning October Read More
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Saturday, 10 June 2023 17:32

Fox Knives - Knife Based Multitools

FOX Knives is introducing a new Swiss Army style multitool line called Vulpis. The Maniago maker is trying to take some market dominated by Victorinox. Fox refers to them as "knife-based multitools" and that is their primary function. The Vulpis models feature a modified sheepsfoot blade with either N960 or M390 steel, the latter being paired with higher end handle materials. Some of the implements the new line comes with are, wood saw, scissors, bottle opener, can opener, and screw drivers. Handle materials will range from aluminum on the N960 models to carbon fiber or titanium on the M390 models. 

 

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