Good enough for Swiss soldiers, good enough for Australian outdoor lovers, yeah? The Victorinox Soldier will have you as equipped as a Swiss soldier and as prepared as Mr Grylls. The Soldier features a grippy body for when you really need to give a task what for, and a large 11cm lockable blade.
Victorinox don’t do things by halves. Not only are they creators of the original Swiss Army Knife. They have a record of creating beautiful, functional, precision quality, and innovative knives for over 100 years. There is no mistaking the red knife with the little white shield.
The Victorinox Soldier is the ideal tool for the outdoorsperson that needs serious cutting power.
Features: Large blade with wavy (serrated) edge, reamer, punch; bottle opener, 5mm lockable screwdriver, wire stripper, wood saw, 1/2 Phillips screwdriver, can opener, key ring, 3mm screwdriver
Stainless steel blades and tools
Limited lifetime warranty
In Use Dimensions:
19.7L x 3W x 2H cm
11.2L x 3.8W x 2H cm
Stainless Steel Tools | Plastic Sides
Phillips | Flat 3mm & 5mm
Locking blade?1 answer
Hi just wondering if the main blade locks open? I can see the little ‘press’ tab on the opposite end? Cheers
Daniel - Adelaide, SA(7 months ago)
Yep, the blade does lock open in classic Victorinox style. Any tool component locks into place when open, and you need to partially open another component to release the lock. If you have used a Victorinox before, its the same locking system.
Lauren - Snowys(7 months ago)
Knife 1 answer
Is this classed as a type M restricted knife in Queensland as "knives with single handed blade realise"? If this is the case, we need a licence to use apparently. What are your understandings about this? Many thanks!
Oliver - Albany Creek, QLD(2 years ago)
According to QLD police Category M Weapons are any knife designed or constructed so as to be used as a weapon that while the knife is held in one hand, the blade may be released by that same hand. The reference to design and construction as a weapon is to ensure that this definition of a Category M Weapon does not apply to a knife specifically designed as a tool. Any knife clearly designed as a utility knife is different from a knife designed as a weapon.
Based on that information I'd assume Swiss Multitools are not classified as Category M Weapons, but I do strongly suggest you clarify this with your local authorities prior to purchasing.
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
What Victorinox sheath size for this knife?1 answer
Hi, wondering if you sell a suitable sheath for this Swiss Army knife? Thanks.
Wendy - Perth(3 years ago)
The Nylon Heath 2-3 Layer 120mm is the best match for the Soldier One-Handed Knife.