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|أبعاد السلعة الطول×العرض×الارتفاع||9.1 x 2.6 x 1.7 سم|
|وزن السلعة||0.08 كيلوجرام|
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Mike Hart5.0: I received the Victorinox Farmer Swiss army Knife as a gift for my birthday.I wouldn’t have bought this for myself as I was unsure of what the Alox scales were like. (Only ever seen pictures of them).I have to say I’m impressed. The Scales are are very smart very low profile and have a excellent quality feel to them.The individual tools are slightly larger and stronger than the tools on a standard 91mm Victorinox (this knife is 93mm) and look as though they will last a long time.The main blade edge is super sharp out of the box. Really impressed.I’m going to use this SAK mainly for food prep when out and about.I have owned Victorinox SAKs for over 25 years now and all have been absolutely great. I have a different model for different scenarios like: one for work one for at home one for around the garden one for holidays one for barbecuing one for bush crafting one for EDC… etc.After playing with this Alox Farmer for a couple of days I will definitely purchase Alox versions also in the future.I have included a few pics of the Farmer against other Victorinox models just to give an idea of size differences.I hope you Victorinox enthusiasts find this helpful. (If you haven’t already got one).
wildcamp5.0: Victorinox Swiss Army Knives (SAK) come in three categories of size small (58 65 74 mm) medium (84 85 91 93 mm) and large (111 130 mm).The Farmer is medium but at 93 mm the largest of the medium knives even so it is “UK legal” because the blade does not lock and is under 3 inches in length. Locking and/or longer-bladed knives such as the large SAK rage are legal to carry with a ‘good reason’ such as camping and bushcraft; but I feel safer carrying a medium SAK. Less risky.I already own a Victorinox Waiter for camping it’s the lightest SAK to have the range of camp cook tools. By comparison the SAK Farmer is larger thicker stronger and well over twice as heavy. Swiss Army Knives typically have that iconic “red plastic” and my Waiter has held up fine but the alox (aluminium) is a step up. Much stronger. It’s tough it looks tough it feels tough and it really is tough. What the Farmer does to stake its claim is process wood. The blade is thick enough to batten-down to split wood shave a feather stick for lighting a fire and of course sawing off branches and making small logs of them. It has the can and bottle opener and reamer designed for stabbing holes in leather; not useful for me but it does work great as a firesteel scraper.For day-to-day urban carry it might be a bit excessive (size/weight) depending on your needs. The Alox range have a Classic (knife file nail scissor) and the same knife with an attached Moneyclip . If you want slightly more features the limited-edition Cadet is worth a look.But as a camping knife with the potential to have a crack a some wood this really is the best there is.Measured Weight: 86 grams
PZ5.0: About time I got one of these. I like the uprated main blade -about 0.7mm thicker at the base than the usual SAK mediums. The blade is about 3mm longer at 62mm and about 10% broader. No play in main blade and when closed it stays at least 1mm off the inside back of the frame which is fine -another reviewer said it hits the frame but mine doesn’t. Weight is 86g. Saw and awl work both very well. The alox scales are great but will get cold in the winter and do have some visual blemishes around the edges on very close inspection which is where the scales were trimmed to fit the steel frame exactly exposing some unanodised aluminium. All the edges of the steel frame between the blades felt sharp as was the keyring holder and the top curve of the back of the saw. To save wear on my pocket linings I took a small piece of fine emery to all these edges then polished all the steel with Autosol. Washed oiled new smaller stainless keyring with lanyard…perfect! I’m not disappointed. Should last a long time.
SKB5.0: I chose this knife – intended for EDC survival and basic utility – specifically because of what was on it AND what WASN’T on it; because I wanted to keep size and weight down by forgoing anything I didn’t need. And this knife was apparently right in that sweet spot. And a pleasant surprise was that it feels even less heavy than I’d expected while losing absolutely none of its robust study-feeling heft. I’ve been a Victorinox user for most of my life and I can see why these all-metal versions are so highly thought of. That saw in particular is a really welcome tool to have on there!The closest I can come to finding a downside to it (and as you’ll see it’s not something that deserves to have a star removed) is something that isn’t wrong with the knife itself but is perhaps wrong with other folks’ reviews of the knife in some places: Some people recommend this in part because it’s got such a firm (non-locking) ‘lock-in’ when you pull out one of the tools that it’s almost like having a full locking version. It’s a solid bit of resistance sure; and more so than most other non-locking knives. But it’s not the best of the best in that regard – there’s even at least one other knife by Victorinox that I’ve found to have a more stiff/resistant lock-in. But as I say if you’re making sure not to forget each time that you use this that it’s not a locked blade this will definitely serve you incredibly well.
Clive3695.0: Tremendous quality item and great value for money. Everything item on this knife earns its place. My favourite tools are the awl / reamer (spikey tool) which is great for making clean holes in plastic and the tin opener which is great for slicing through the aluminium neck collar of wine bottles. The other tools are good too. The stainless steel is beautifully polished. It’s not super-hard but it can easily be re-sharpened which is rather satisfying when you get the hang of it. Aluminium handles are very robust. Blades are thicker on this than red-handled Swiss Army knives. Simply a great every day carry tool / toy for men and quite possibly for women too that will last forever. Street legal in the UK also which is desirable in the current climate. Swiss made.