The $1,400 Swiss Army Knife

This is the largest Swiss Army knife in the world, holder of the Guinness World Record for “The Most Multifunctional Penknife,” with 87 precision-engineered tools spanning 112 functions. Made by Wenger, crafters of genuine Swiss Army knives since 1893, it uses stainless steel for all parts and is hand-assembled by just two cutlery specialists in Switzerland, ensuring that every knife meets exacting standards. It has 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 and bits, saws, wrenches, and more. It also has a bicycle chain rivet setter, signal whistle, 12/20-gauge shotgun choke tube tool, combination fish scaler, hook disgorger, and line guide tool, cigar-cutting scissors, laser pointer, tire-tread gauge, toothpick, tweezers, and key ring. 3 1/4″ L x 8 3/4″ W. (2 3/4 lbs.)



Published by Larry Fire

I write an eclectic pop culture blog called THE FIRE WIRE that features articles about books, comics, music, movies, television, gadgets, posters, toys & more!

9 thoughts on “The $1,400 Swiss Army Knife

  1. Where would you even *put* this?? Isn’t a pocket knife supposed to fit in your *pocket*? lol!!

  2. I just saw this on the price is right. It doesn’t even look real. How would u even use this?! How do u use a simple flathead?? How woul u spin it? This is just rediculous!!! Lmao

  3. This isn’t stupid… it goes in collections…

    WOW some people are stuck in their own little fail-worlds…. geez.

  4. i love how it has a ring where you can attach it to your keys -imagine dragging that around on your keys!

Leave a Reply