Swiss Army Tinker Gadsen Flag
Item #: V-58304
Designed in 1775 during the American Revolution the Gadsden Flag is one of America's earliest flag designs. It has a long history as a patriotic symbol, and what better place to showcase it than on the Tinker Swiss Army Knife. A mainstay in the Victorinox line of Swiss Army Knives, the Tinker was designed to be slim and lightweight. Slips easily into a pocket or attaches to a key chain for quick and easy access. The bright yellow polyamide handle scales feature the coiled snake with the phrase "Don't Tread on Me" on one side and the Swiss Army/Victorinox symbol on the other.
Made with quality stainless steel implements and unmatched Swiss precision, this collection of tools can be called upon when any number of appropriate tasks present themselves.
reamer, punch and sewing awl
The tool weighs 2.2 oz and measures 3-5/8" closed. Features a 2-3/4" drop point blade and a 1-5/8" drop point blade. Made in Switzerland. Suggested Retail $35.00.
BladePen - Pen
Blade Length2-3/4" - 1-5/8"
Swiss Army (Victorinox)
Carl Elsener invented the Swiss Army Knife in 1891. It is over 100 years old. Over 34,000 pocket tools with the distinctive Swiss cross leave the factory in central Switzerland each day. Ninety percent are for export to over 100 different countries and serve as ambassadors for Switzerland. When your child is just reaching the maturity required to use sharp objects, Swiss Army knives make excellent starter knives.