Victorinox Swiss Army Fieldmaster Pocket Knife 55075.US2, Wounded Warrior Project Collection, American Flag with WWP Logo

December 24, 2018 - Comment
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For every Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Swiss Army Knife sold between May 20, 2016 and June 30, 2017, Victorinox Swiss Army, Inc. will donate 5% of the manufacturer’s suggested retail price directly to WWP. The Fieldmaster Swiss Army Knife is a practical, useful and reliable companion that has every tool you need for your everyday adventures. Swiss-made precision engineering features stainless steel construction encased in polished ABS/Celidor and packaged in a box. At 91mm long, the Fieldmaster is prepared for everything and contains 15 functions (Large Blade , Small Blade, Phillips Screwdriver, Can Opener, Small Screwdriver, Bottle Opener, Large Screwdriver, Wire Stripper, Reamer, Key Ring, Tweezers, Toothpick, Scissors, Multi-purpose Hook, Wood Saw). These knives are hand-crafted in Switzerland to guarantee the highest quality and are backed by a lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship. Make it your mission to join Victorinox Swiss Army in supporting Wounded Warrior Project.

Product Features

  • Introducing the New Wounded Warrior Project Collection
  • Knife contains 15 functions to equip you for any adventure – including 2.7″ blade (See product description)
  • Length 3.6″ (91mm) Height 0.8″ Weight 3.5oz
  • Stainless steel construction encased in polished Cellidor/ABS scales provides sleek durability
  • Made in Switzerland; Victorinox provides a lifetime guarantee against defects in material and workmanship


Anonymous says:

Great tool set, but.. Love the knife set of tools. Works for me and what I do for a living. The spacers are all pitted on the back. Disapointed as victorious always takes care to show off their shine. Just got this out of the box. Wonder if it was a refurbished knife selling full price? I’m going to use this as an edc, so it’s gonna get beat on anyways.

Anonymous says:

Perfect! Everything I need for lighter home use, camping, hiking, glove box, etc. (Too big to be my EDC, I prefer the Super Tinker for that). I have both the Fieldmaster and the Huntsman, and the only difference is the phillips screwdriver vs the corkscrew. You cannot go wrong with a true Swiss Army knife as long as you pick a model that suits your needs.TIPS:-There’s a tiny hole under the phillips opening to add your own straight pin.-The hook is useful for pulling tent loops…

Anonymous says:

Comparison of My Favorite Swiss Army Knives I have bought and used several versions of the Swiss Army knives. There are plenty of reviews that cover the pros and cons of specific versions of the Swiss Army knives (SAK), so I thought what I would do in my review is cover some of the things I like (or don’t like) about the different versions in case anyone is like me and trying decide WHICH SAK they want to by. I did a lot of research before I bought any of the versions and then, of course, personally tried out different versions. So, I…

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