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Update on the Swiss Advance Crono N5 knife

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Swiss Advance Crono N5

I have carried the Swiss Advance Crono N5 knife for the last month or so, and I really like how handy this little knife is. The tools are useful in a pickle, and the knife blade is sharp and big enough for standard camp tasks like cutting stuff for meal prep.  Read on for my full thoughts on the Swiss Advance Crono N5 knife.

Initial thoughts on the Crono N5 Pocket Knife

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Swiss Advance Cronos N5 Pocket Knife. Photo Courtesy of the Swiss Advance Website

Swiss Advance has created their own version of the venerable Swiss Army pocket knife – the Crono N5 pocket knife.  Over the next couple months, the Crono N5 pocket knife will be my everyday carry knife and I look forward to seeing how it performs.  Click here for my initial thoughts.

Victorinox Evogrip S17 Swiss Army Knife

Victorinox Evogrip S17 Swiss Army Knife

Check out my initial thoughts on the new Victorinox Evogrip S17 Swiss Army knife.  Cool knife with lots of gadgets.
Victorinox Evogrip S17 Swiss Army Knife
Read the full review here

Enjoy,

Brian T

Wenger RangerGrip 90 Multi-Tool

Wenger RangerGrip 90 Multi-Tool

Wenger RangerGrip 90 (click to view full size)

The Wenger RangerGrip 90 is a multi-tool knife.  Wenger has a long history of making knives, and in fact, made a multi-tool as far back as 1903.  You can still get the original in their heritage model. The RangerGrip series first appeared in 2009 and the RangerGrip 90 is the latest evolution in this lineup.   Anyways, this is not a little knife.  I discuss the various measurements of the knife in this short video, but at 9 oz it is definitely not a pocket knife. Of course that may explain why it comes with such a nice sheath. To read the rest of the review please click here.

Coy Boy