Start off with the classic good looks, and functionality, of the Swiss Army Knife and give it a few updates. The SWIZA D04 does just that and packs in a flat-head / Phillips screwdriver, a 5-turn sommeliers cork screw, bottle opener, can opener, tweezers, and reamer/punch. The blades in every SWIZA Swiss Knife are forged from a chrome and molybdenum alloy to obtain an extra strong, durable and tenacious blade and then polished to an impervious...

Before I profess my love for the Victorinox SSD Swiss Army Knife, I have a long term relationship with my Swiss Army Signature Lite.  I love my Signature Lite Pocket Knife because it is very small and lives on my keychain.  It also packs some super useful items in it's tiny...

The Wenger 16999 Giant Swiss Army Knife is no joke.  The Wenger 16999 has 87 implements that perform 141 functions.  Granted, the knife is sooo big that it is more of a conversation piece than a useful...

Posted on Mar 22 2010 - 9:26am by Russ
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Some lucky folks who attended the Swiss...

  Clean up your desk clutter without getting rid of all of your office desk gadgets.  The all...

Posted on Apr 28 2020 - 12:36pm by Lisa C.
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The famous red knife company, Victorinox, has come out with a new knife aimed at the wine and cheese lovers. The Swiss Army Cheese Master ($38) will take your picnic game to the next level. The Cheese Master has 6-functions; a serrated blade, a slotted blade with fork tip, a corkscrew, tweezers, a toothpick, and a key ring. ...

Posted on Aug 19 2010 - 8:28am by Craig
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The Switch Modular Pocket Knife (made by Quirky) is similar to a Swiss Army Knife in that you can have just about any tool you want stuffed in to your pocket.  The major difference is that you can pick and choose which tools you will be carrying on any given day.  The Switch Modular Pocket...

The ultimate in Swiss Army Knives, the

Gibbs Terraquad Amphibious UTV 3

The Gibbs Terraquad Amphibious UTV plays well on land and in the water.  In fact it can go 50mph on land and 45mph on the water. Very respectable speeds for both.

The downfall of such a Swiss Army Knife style of vehicle is that it won’t be a “great” UTV or boat. It will be good enough, however. It has tiny tires and just rear wheel drive. In other words, don’t expect to conquer the rubicon trail in this amphibious UTV.

It would be perfect for getting around a ranch, trailer park on the river, or the retirement community on the lake. Video and pictures of the Gibbs Terraquad after the break. (more…)

Posted on Apr 8 2013 - 8:24am by Craig
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What to get the gadget person in your life that (thinks) they have everything?  You know the guy/gal that always manages to top your latest gadget.  The conversation goes something like this, "Check out my new Swiss Army Knife, it has 20 tools built-in", and they say, "cool, check mine out, it has 30 tools built-in".  You know this person, we all have one in our life.  Now that I think about it, you probably don't...