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The new Swiss Army knife contains 85 devices, weighs 2lb and costs nearly £500. But can you actually use it for anything?
The Giant is supposed to feature every blade that has ever been incorporated into Swiss Army knives as made by Wenger, one of the two firms that make them . “We’ve sold 20 to retailers so far, and we can’t get them in fast enough,” says Garry Woodhouse of Whitby and Co, sole importer of Wenger knives into Britain. “They’re assembled by hand in Switzerland, and I’m told that the man doing it is working his fingers to the bone.”
This might explain why my version of the Giant seems to have its tools arranged in a different order from the listing on the Wenger website, so that I am in danger of mistaking the reamer for the golf-club face cleaner, or committing the faux pas of attempting to use the fish-hook disgorger to tighten my bicycle spokes. And I admit that I just can’t find some of the devices that I know are definitely in there: the mysterious “special key”, for example, or the elusive “12/20 gauge choke tube tool”.
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