Victorinox Swiss Army SwissChamp XAVT

In 1897, when Karl Elsener created the Victorinox, Original Swiss Army Knife, he could never have guessed how it would become a worldwide icon for function and durability, and the symbol for Swiss ingenuity. This unique ingenuity – which has inspired all of Victorinox Swiss Army products – comes from a dedication to listening, hearing and evolving designs to reflect the multi-faceted lives and values of our consumers. The SwissChamp pocket knife is the ultimate in functionality and utility. Incredible that this product features 80 functions and can actually fit into a pocket. The SwissChamp can do it.The ultimate in Swiss Army Knives, the Victorinox Swiss Army SwissChamp XAVT is large and in charge with 80 essential functions packed into one tool. In addition to assorted knives, scissors, screwdrivers you expect from a Swiss Army knife, the SwissChamp XAVT also includes a digital clock, altimeter, barometer, and thermometer. It’s completed by a translucent red grip.

Everything you need from one Swiss Army knife.

The SwissChamp XAVT includes the following tools:

  • Large blade
  • Small blade
  • Corkscrew
  • Can opener with
  • -small screwdriver 3 mm
  • Bottle opener with
  • -large screwdriver 6 mm
  • -wire stripper
  • Reamer
  • Key ring
  • Tweezers
  • Toothpick
  • Scissors
  • Multi-purpose hook (also parcel carrier)
  • Wood saw
  • Fishscaler with
  • -hook disgorger
  • -ruler (cm & inches)
  • Nail file with
  • -metal file
  • -nail cleaner
  • -metal saw
  • Fine screwdriver 2 mm
  • Chisel
  • Pliers with
  • -wire cutters
  • -wire crimping tool
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Magnifying Glass
  • Ball point pen
  • -also to set DIP-Switches
  • Pin
  • Mini-screwdriver
  • Sewing eye
  • Wrench with
  • -5mm female Hex drive for D-SUB connectors
  • -4mm female Hex drive for the bits
  • -Bit Phillips 0 (Pozidrive)
  • -Bit Phillips 1 (Pozidrive)
  • -Bit Slotted 4 mm
  • -Bit Phillips 2
  • -Bit Hex 4 mm
  • -Bit Torx 8
  • -Bit Torx 10
  • -Bit Torx 15
  • Large blade
  • LED light, white
  • Multi-purpose hook with nailfile
  • Reamer
  • Pruning blade
  • Electrician’s blade with wire scraper
  • -wire scraper
  • Pharmaceutical spatula
  • Combination tool with cap lifter
  • -can opener
  • -screwdriver
  • -wire stripper
  • Watch opener
  • Fine screwdriver 2 mm
  • Digital clock
  • Altimeter
  • Barometer
  • Alarm
  • Countdown
  • Timer
  • Thermometer

Manufacturer’s Warranty
Lifetime warranty against defects

About Swiss Army Knives
In 1884, Swiss cutler Karl Elsener set up shop in Ibach-Schwyz, installing a waterwheel in Tobelbach Brook to run his grinding and polishing machines. Thus began what would become the international brand name Victorinox, a combination of Victoria, for Elsener’s mother, and “inox,” or stainless steel. Today, Victorinox produces watches, luggage, clothing, and, famously, Swiss Army Knives. The forerunner of that name dates to 1897, when Elsener patented the Swiss Officer’s and Sports Knife he supplied to the Swiss Army. Following World War II, American servicemen and women shopping in PX stores shortened the name to Swiss Army Knife, which lives on in English-speaking countries around the world and has become a metaphor or versatility.

Product Features

  • Ultimate Swiss Army knife with 80 essential functions packed into one tool
  • Also includes a digital clock, altimeter, barometer, and thermometer
  • Several blades, corkscrew, can opener, tweezers, toothpick, scissors
  • Fish scaler, magnifying glass, ballpoint pen, LED light
  • Offered in an attractive gift box

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3 Replies to “Victorinox Swiss Army SwissChamp XAVT”

  1. Fantastic, High Quality Knife – Huge, But Still Pocketable I bought this XAVT knife from Amazon and received it just this week. I had previously owned the XLT and people always commented on the size of that knife, but the XAVT blows it away.Just before I opened the box, I wondered whether it would really be that much larger than the XLT. Well, I wasn’t disappointed. In fact, it put a smile on my face. The XAVT is absolutely HUGE. The XLT is just over 1-1/2″ in width, while the XAVT is 2-1/2″ wide. It has every tool you could ever imagine needing, and more you probably wouldn’t consider. Be prepared for others commenting on this thing when you remove it from your pocket. This knife is insane – and I mean that in the best possible way.It also has a very nice LCD displaying the time and all manner of other functions. The alarm may not be loud, but it isn’t disappointing, either – it’s perfectly acceptable (comparable to what you might hear from a digital watch). And the display – most notably, the digits and symbols – will light up in a really nice blue when the button on the side of the knife is pushed and held for a couple of seconds.Which leads me to the next thing: Victorinox did a nice job with that button on the side of the knife which operates the functions shown on the LCD display. The button is actually in the shape and color of the Victorinox symbol and is integrated so nicely into the side of the knife, that I didn’t even recognize it was a button to begin with. I discovered it only by accidentally placing pressure on it. It was a very creative touch and Victorinox did a great job.The knife is quite weighty, and very solid, and arrived in perfect condition from Amazon, so I have no complaints. The box it arrived in was damaged, but the knife was fine. And I wouldn’t be concerned too much about the box – it’s not a nice leather-type box; rather, the box is cheap and probably something I’d throw away, anyway, so no real loss there.The red sides of the knife are slightly textured – different from the smooth finish found on the XLT. But it was just fine, because I actually prefer the textured finish. Prior to receiving it, I wasn’t sure if I’d like it – I thought maybe the textured sides of the XAVT wouldn’t look good or feel good in my hand, but I was pleasantly surprised. The texture is a very fine grain and actually allows for more of a “tooth” or grip when holding it, which is preferable – to me, anyway – and becomes more important especially when taking into consideration the size of the knife. Not to mention, the texture will hide any hairline scratches and wear better.The knife has an LED light, as well. It’s surprisingly bright for a little LED, and the button on the light is easy to operate and clicks on and off, so no constant pressure is required to use it. The light is also in a great location, nested among the other tools, so when holding the knife, it’s very comfortable and natural to turn the light on and off with a flick of the thumb.Victorinox spent time paying attention to the details here, because I quickly found out that the little tiny screwdriver that’s stored in the corkscrew (and removable, by the way) will actually serve to open up the battery compartment associated with the LCD display, as well as the battery compartment for the LED light. Again, nice touch. And it makes changing batteries a snap.I don’t really know what else I can say about the knife, other than all the tools are of high quality. They’re solid and will see a lot of use from me.Some people complain that the knife is too big to use or carry in a pocket. I say, “Nonsense!”. I realize every one is different, but for me, this knife is extremely practical from a usability standpoint, and I carry it in my pocket everyday and will continue to do so.The only thing I can’t quite figure out about the knife – and this has more to do with Victorinox’s motives for what tools they chose to integrate – is why, on the underside of the knife, they have two hook tools of the same shape and size right next to each other, and two small flathead screwdrivers of the same shape and size right next to each other. What’s the purpose of having two of the exact same tool in immediate proximity of each other, in the same knife? And then to do it twice (once with the hooks, and again with the screwdrivers)? Makes no sense to me, unless there’s a purpose behind it that I’m unaware of, and in which Victorinox failed to reveal. I believe they could’ve (and should’ve) capitalized there and integrated two different, additional tools by making one of the hooks and one of the flathead screwdrivers on the underside of the knife, each something else. But again, maybe it’s not merely an oversight. Maybe there is indeed a reason for their decision in designing it that way……Maybe the two flathead screwdrivers side by side (which are half an…

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