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Victorinox Evowood 81 Swiss Army Knife Delemont Collection with walnut handle

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Our eBay Store Contact Us Victorinox Evowood 81 Swiss Army Knife Delemont Collection with walnut handle New to Victorinox - The Evowood Delemont Collection. The compact keyring sized Victorinox Evowood 81 features a range of sturdy useful tools and sustainably sourced Walnut wood which replaces the usual plastic handles to give a feeling of warmth combined with Swiss tradition. Since Victorinox acquired the Wenger brand in 2005 to safeguard Swiss heritage and skilled craftsmanship, they have continued to develop and expand the products in the range. Now branded under the Victorinox banner they have launched the new and improved Delemont Collection. Unique Swiss heritage and contemporary design ensure a range of beautiful and more importantly functional products. - overall length 65mm - Net Weight: 20g - 5 functions - Small blade - Nail file with nail cleaner - Serrated edge Scissors - Keyring - Dimensions (cm): L= 6.5 / W =2 / H = 1.2 CUSTOMS AND IMPORT DUTIES This item is sent from the UK. We fully comply with customs procedures but please note that this item may be subject to customs checks and/or import duty being applied in the country of receipt by the destination country authorities and so are beyond our control. Customers within the EU should not normally incur customs fees.