Victorinox Dual Pro

CA$64.95
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111mm Victorinox Dual Pro Swiss Army Knife with Dual Density Handle Scales

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The Victorinox Dual Pro is a 3 layer 111mm knife that was first introduced in 2010. This model has two serrated edge blades both featuring one-handed opening. The two knife blades and and the caplifter are locking for a total of 3 liner-locking tools, the most for any Victorinox knife at the time of release. This knife was introduced in North America as part of the Victorinox 2010 Grip Series which feature new dual density injection molded Scales that provide a softer textured feel and better grip. These new scales are essentially red and black colored versions of the injection molded scales first introduced on the 2008 Soldier model. The 2010 DAK, or Dutch Army Knife, design has a nearly identical tool configuration. The DAK was actually the first model announced in 2010 with the one-handed serrated blade. The DAK-2010 differs from the Dual Pro only in the substitution of the Phillips screwdriver for the corkscrew, and the scales (handles) of the knife. The Dual Pro X model was announced shortly after the Dual Pro and includes a plain-edge, rather than serrated, main blade and a Phillips screwdriver rather than the corkscrew''.

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