Funny $1500 Swiss Army knife, reviews are the best aeonsource 1 week ago 33 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article $1500 Swiss Army knife, reviews are the best View Reddit by iam_nobody – View Source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Facebook Prev Article Next Article About The Author aeonsource More from this Author 33 Comments Anonymous January 1, 1970 Reply miltonf314 December 7, 2017 The most effective form of male birth control ever devised. Reply snoblitz December 7, 2017 The Q&A section for it is pretty funny too. https://i.imgur.com/ZkGbW5F.jpg Reply snoblitz December 7, 2017 In case anyone wants to actually buy this thing… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001DZTJRQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_R.akAb7EW4BFB Reply fumat December 7, 2017 If you look closely it has a Self Destruction button as well. Reply elee0228 December 7, 2017 The reviews for this thing are awesome. It doesn’t look like you can buy it for $1500 any more. Currently only available used for $8999.99. [Camelcamelcamel](https://camelcamelcamel.com/Wenger-16999-Swiss-Knife-Giant/product/B001DZTJRQ) shows it fluctuates in price new from $1200-$1400. My favorite review on the [product page](https://www.amazon.com/gp/B001DZTJRQ/) was [this one](https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R1N1DYFDXIG8UE/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B001DZTJRQ): > When I forgot to take it out of my backpack before trying to board my flight the helpful TSA agent at the security area pointed out that by deploying the two larger blades and the jet engine on the back side I really didn’t need a commercial flight, just a runway and some goggles. Boy, did I feel dumb, but I saved $605 on airfare! Reply Dhyzuma December 7, 2017 Has science gone too far? Reply sweengiggler December 7, 2017 A review by a guy with an outrageous accent. Reply uvaspina1 December 7, 2017 This knife is a real thing, but is it truly just a $1500 novelty (as it appears)? Reply tggrinc1st December 7, 2017 When the comedic potential of an object is worth more than the actual object. A knife that’s supposed to do everything but can’t do anything. Otherwise know as a very expensive paperweight. Reply XPllector December 7, 2017 “Fixed a small engine” Buying this Reply apeonpatrol December 7, 2017 Question: can we see a photo of this knife in the closed position? Answer: No. Unfortunately, closing the knife brings too much mass into one location causing the formation of a small black hole. This is not covered by the warranty. thats great 😀 Reply dabigchina December 7, 2017 I want to know what the truck did at the store… Reply Unit88 December 7, 2017 Why are there like 90 slightly different regular blades? Reply AetherMcLoud December 7, 2017 Seriously though what’s the point of this thing? There’s like 10 different but mostly the same looking blades on there, and about 10 files too? But apparently still only a single hex key, lol. Reply FoxDoesNot December 7, 2017 Finally a tool that I can use to reassemble my life! Reply AlphaHawk115 December 7, 2017 1 star review “As soon as I found out how much my husband spent on this, I left him. Bad move. It represented him at the divorce hearing. I now pay $10,000 a month in alimony.” Reply Reisdorfer90 December 7, 2017 If I remember correctly, the grew a beard and became a navy seal comment ended with “I was born a girl”. The full review on that one is hilarious. Reply TheJoker1432 December 7, 2017 Can it fix broken hearts? Reply Mogetfog December 7, 2017 Someone needs to call the scp foundation. Obviously we have an anomaly on our hands. Reply Mazzystr December 7, 2017 When you buy that knife the entire Swiss army is included Reply Lord_Avvakum December 7, 2017 How much you wanna bet that no matter how fancy the knife is, you still can’t keep track of that goddamn plastic toothpick? Reply fleezie December 7, 2017 I own this knife, it’s actually fantastic for multitasking. For example, I was outside screwing together some furniture and when I’d finished I had also carved a wooden replica of the statue of David from the Oak tree next to me. Great purchase. Reply Angry_Robot December 7, 2017 I’m not sure what’s more surprising… the fact that this thing exists at all, or the fact that there isn’t a cheap Chinese knock off available. Reply anothercarguy December 7, 2017 /r/amazonreviews is leaking Reply themanofspiel December 7, 2017 r/SCP Reply mrmyst3rious December 7, 2017 It used to have a 10mm socket but sadly it’s lost. Reply jeffrey09323 December 7, 2017 Does God stay in heaven because he lives in fear of what he’s created ? Reply xddm2653 December 7, 2017 >This would be a great product but was dismayed to find it has no banana slicer- that’s a deal breaker. Returning today. Unfortunately a deal breaker for me too. Bananas aint gonna slice themselves Reply northern-harrier December 7, 2017 “It asked me if I knew where Sarah Connor was, and when I said no it took off out the front door. I feel lucky to be alive.” Reply madepopular December 7, 2017 My dad found his Swiss Army knife while hiking in the snow with his buddy in the 70s. He became known in our extended family for the phrase “let me get that for you” and we’d wait while he reached into the front pocket of his Levi 501s and carefully pulled out whatever tool was necessary from the ubiquitous red knife. Sometime in the 90s, some part needed repair and it had always been missing the toothpick. He contacted the company and they had him send it to Switzerland for repairs, no charge. Talk about a lifetime guarantee! He didn’t even buy the thing. It’s still fixin today and I’m sure my bro will treasure it someday. Reply Kocrachon December 7, 2017 Wow, there is an actual verified purchase, and its a 1 star review. >I purchase this knife on Amazon. When the knife arrived I opened the package . Most of the blades were in the open position. I thought “This is a cool knife” . I closed the knife blades and was shocked to discover that a couple of the blades were longer then the body of the knife and stuck out precariously ready to slice open any finger or body part that dare come within striking distance. What is worse is that the sharp edge of the knife blade sticks right up against a metal bolster that is in perfect position to put a large knick right in the blade. I called Wenger and asked if this was the way that they intended to make the knife or if it was a defect in which the assembler possibly put the blades in the wrong channel . I was told that this knife was a “display piece” and was never intended to be functional. Well that is all well and good but then please inform the buyer as to this fact and don’t produce a marketing video that shows the many uses of the knife. I purchased this knife as a gift for a collector friend and I realize that 99% of collector knives will be locked away in a safe and never used but the difference is, a quality custom OR production tool is at least functional. That is the beauty of a tool. Wenger should be ashamed of ever letting this worthless piece of dangerous scrap metal ever leave the factory. Anyone involved in this project should be fired. The cheapest far East knife factory would never let something like this leave the door. And this is Swiss made? . I have to cringe at the thought of a product liability Attorney flashing pictures of this “Closed” knife after it slices off somebodies finger. Needless to say I sent it back to Amazon WITH A WARNING Reply hatessw December 7, 2017 > Received this knife as a gift for my 18th birthday. Wish I’d have known what it was because as soon as I touched it, I grew a mustache and became a Navy Seal. Mom fainted and my dad laughed and handed me a beer. I was born a girl. > > Minus 2 stars because my breasts were really nice. Reply Add Comment Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.