Victorinox Swiss Army One-Hand Trekker Non-Serrated Multi-Tool, Black, 4.37" Closed - 54875


MSRP* : $65.00 | You Save* : $15.01 (23%)
Part #: VN54875 | Victorinox Swiss Army
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VN54875: One-Hand Trekker, Non-Serrated
Victorinox Swiss Army
Grip it, flip it, lock it – it's that easy with the Lockblade Collection from Victorinox. Functionality meets accessibility with contoured, non-slip handles and one-hand opening blades for quick blade access when you need it most.

Size: 111 mm | 4.37 inch
  • One-handed Non Serrated locking blade
  • Bottle opener with large locking screwdriver & wire stripper
  • Can opener with small screwdriver
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Key ring
  • Toothpick
  • Tweezers
  • Reamer
  • Wood saw

UPC Code: 046928548750

Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
4.706 (17 reviews)
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Knife Trader
Lake Ontario
Jul 29, 2018
Pros: Blade Material, Finish, Handle Material, Locking, Included Tools, Overall Quality, None
Cons: Sheath/Scabbard
You nee this
I use this daily. The quality of this is superb. The main blade and screwdriver locks. The Sally’s that complain about the reveresed liner lock need to join the girl scouts and bake cookies. Any outdoorsy person with half a brain or more knows this is one of the best knives available. I figured out the lock realease in about 10 seconds with half of my brain turned off.If you don’t like standard Swiss Army knives give this a chance. This beats any $100+ folding knife and you get a lot of other useful tools also. Really, I have had over 100 knives in 35 years and this is on my top ten edc picks.
4 out of 5
Pauly B
Down Under
Mar 24, 2018
Pros: Included Tools, Blade Material, Locking, Finish
Cons: Included Tools, None
Great backpacking knife as part of a blade “system”
Has made it into my “system” for multi day backpacking trips. For reference this tool sits on my hip in a sheath, I have a smaller SAK Classic round my neck on paracordI, a RAT 7 strapped to the side of my pack and a small Fiskars camp axe as well. As part of that system I am covered for all camp/wilderness tasks; processing wood, building shelters, opening freezedried meal packs and general tasks on trail. Agree with others that the only thing missing is scissors but my smaller SAK covers that base. The Trekker has a useful blade, GREAT saw and enough tools to be my go-to for small chores.Anyone looking for a “one tool for all” option is seeking a unicorn.
4 out of 5
Fort Myers , Fl
Sep 20, 2017
Pros: Handle Material, Included Tools, Locking, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Nice knife/tool
This is a high quality knife/tool. The blade is very sharp out of the box. I do like the fact that it locks with a liner lock but it doesn't unlock in the same direction as most other liner locks do so that is something I will have to get used to. The other tools that are included are, in my opinion, the most useful to have on a multitool without pliers. The lack of clutter on this knife makes it easier to carry. That being said, I find that this knife really doesn't lend itself to edc because of its size. It is a longish knife without a clip. That is probably on me--most of my edc knives have pocket clips. I actually used the knife during the recent hurricane/power outage we had recently and it performed well. I would recommend this knife. It is a good value and good quality.
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