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Victorinox Swiss Army Cyber Tool M

Victorinox Swiss Army Cyber Tool M

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heads up, ebay is usually a great place to get SAKs because tsa tends to just list the ones they confiscate. if you don't mind buying used that is.
Cyber? How is it cyber. It has some bits, for torx and phillips ok. But there are a ton of multitools that do as well. The corkscrew and can opener arent going to help you much getting that Dell server lid off. Marketing speak run amok.
Calaverasgrande
It has a secret function. This can write a program simply by describing what you want it to do.
Nathanfran
cool! can it configure my Cisco ASAs too!
I used to own a CT29 and currently own a CT34, both really handy tools. I find the 34 too thick and heavy and the screwdriver isn't in the center which throws off the balance when turning. The 34 is great to leave in my bag or vehicle for when I need it but the 29 I carried for years and was much handier. I've built PCs, taken apart servers, even assembled furniture. I'll be getting another 29 someday.
I wish Victorinox would make a TSA friendly version of this, No blade, swap the can-opener for the multi-opener from the compact, and no awl. Would be a badass carry-on tool!
does anyone know of a place to get less fugly scales online? those colors are really gonna harsh my edc, but it has exactly what I've been looking for.
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Woah, those titanium ones look sweet!
Better than paint!!! Thanks!
Got mine today, awesome SAK! Does anyone know if Victorinox makes a leather belt pouch that fits this model?
I have had my Cybertool 34 for over 12 years. I will be sending this drop to everyone I know that works with PC's
Betadan
I'm tempted. I've been a network engineer for almost 20 years and honestly I have zero idea what I'd use this for and only carry a delica with me. It would be kinda funny if it came with some sort of light reader
If I didn't already have the small version, I might consider it; buyer be warned, even the smaller version is quite thick. For reference and better pictures: http://www.sakwiki.com/tiki-index.php?page=Cybertool
This has everything I need, but it's much lower in price on Amazon.
I think it might be helpful to see a picture showing the thickness. Will all those tools, I can imagine it would be quite thick.
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lellobeetle
The link does not have scissors and wrench the closest one with both and another too at tbe downside is 90.00 I looked in detaik your link and it is not the massdrop . i have the massdrop it is thicker than the amazon
exlaval
Yes, as indicated in replies above, I had the wrong Victorinox. Thank you very much.
One of the Korean online malls is now selling "Cybertool 34M 1.7725.T" at around $66, looks like exactly same one. I have to wait until I travel back to my home.
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I am not sure whether this can help you. They don't ship overseas.
http://www.enuri.com/detail.jsp?modelno=83189&cate=&IsDeliverySum=N
Current exchange rate is 1091KRW = 1$.
kimwook
Thanks for the link; I do appreciate it. But frankly the language issue is a problem, and dealing with it and the shipping issue makes buying from the Korean site a bit impractical.
If I do buy this knife, it will be from the site I linked above. As of right now, the price is the same.
There are several VSA knives that are very similar to this, so comparing prices is tricky. The lowest price I could find for this exact model is $81 shipped, no tax (to NY) from a very reputable source; Massdrop's price would be $82.74 with shipping (which is ridiculous for this item), assuming the $79.95 price is reached.
https://cutleryshoppe.com/victorinox-swiss-army-53919-cybertool-m-91mm-3-58-ruby-red-translucent/
Bought the blue version like 8 years ago. Paid about 48 Euro's back then, so they must have gotten more expensive?
hgoor
Yes, I remember having paid $45 about 2001, but that was on a military base in Europe, not sure what all contributes to the price difference though.
hgoor
Central Banks printed lot of money, thus devaluing our purchasing power. So companies have two choices, either cut corners e.g use mystery steels or raise prices.
not a deal... $79.95 on amazon
yeuhs
True, but both are currently listed as temporarily out of stock at that price.