The perfect gift for the person who has nothing – the 112 function all-in-one complete Swiss Army Knife

picture 1 The perfect gift for the person who has nothing – the 112 function all in one complete Swiss Army Knife

Holding the Guinness World Book of Records as the largest Swiss Army Knife in the world with over 87 tools and over 112 functions, its sure to be the perfect gift for the person who has…nothing. Not to say this knife has everything, I don’t see a toothpick on it. Not that I’d actually want to hold that thing near my face to get out a piece of lettuce anyways, but what can you do.

Some of the functions:

Seven blades

Three types of pliers

Three golf tools (club face cleaner, shoe spike wrench, and divot repair tool)

25 flat- and Phillips-head screwdrivers

Bits

Saws

Wrenches

Bicycle chain rivet setter

Signal whistle

12/20-gauge shotgun choke tube tool

Combination fish scaler

Hook disgorger

Line guide tool

Cigar-cutting scissors

Laser pointer

Tire-tread gauge

Toothpick <–Oh my God it actually has one

Tweezers

and last but not least a Key Ring..yes because its a great idea to put more things in your pocket, like your house keys. You’d probably appear to be a skinny dude with elephantitis in his groin by doing this, and I can just imagine what a time you’d have going through security at the airport. “Is that a giant all-in-one swiss army knife in your pocket or are you just happy to be stripped searched?”

All of these only have a price tag of about $1400 dollars. But really, where else are you going to get all those useful tools in one giant piece of metal that fits in your pocket creating the most frustrating non-useful gadget ever?

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