How many tools does a man need on a lifetime? One. The new Wenger Swiss Army Knife is the knife that every knife wants be and so much more, in fact about 86 more. This all utility gadget is one of the marvels of Swiss engineering, not quite the Large Hadron Collider but close enough, as it boasts 87 fully functional tools that can be used in more than a hundred jobs. If boy scouts and super soldiers can survive in the dessert with nothing more than a toothbrush, imagine what they could do with this mechanical prodigy. Forget trying to sneak this to the airport though, it’s not exactly pocket-sized; at 9 inches width, this device is far from conspicuous but it does come in a neat stylish gift box.
You may not use or even notice all of its numerous tools so here are some of noteworthy and interesting ones that you may find helpful in your daily life. There are the seven blades, some of which are serrated, three kinds of pliers, battery powered torch, 300-ft. range laser pointer, nail clipper, nail file, swivel compass, ruler and an assortment of golf specific tools that includes golf club face cleaner, golf shoe spike wrench and a gold divot repair too. There are also tools which you don’t expect an average Joe to be carrying around his pockets like a mineral crystal magnifier, watch case back opening tool, tire-tread gauge, bike chain rivet setter and fiber optic tool to name a few. Then there are the rest of the gang that’s composed of countless screwdrivers, saws, wrenches and other miscellaneous tools.