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Victorinox EvoGrip 16 Swiss Army Knife

Ed Jelley
Victorinox EvoGrip 16 Swiss Army Knife

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Even if you're new to the world of pocket knives, you'd probably recognize the iconic red handles of a Swiss Army Knife anywhere. As easy as they are to spot, those glossy handles aren't so easy to handle, especially during heavy-duty tasks. That's why the biggest names in Swiss Army knives, Victorinox and Wenger, joined forces to produce the Delemont collection of tools featuring contoured scales. The result? An “evolved” form of the original Swiss Army Knife with more grip than ever.

Ergonomic curves on the Victorinox EvoGrip 16 give your fingers a definitive place to grip onto, adding leverage where you need it and preventing slippage during use. For even more control, especially in wet conditions, the curves are fitted with texturized rubber inlays.

Of all the different Swiss Army Knife configurations to choose from, the EvoGrip 16's toolset is one of the best suited for EDC too. It hits the right balance of having the useful tools you'd need, without the bulk of tools you'd only occasionally use. Most notably, it features a sturdy 3D Philips screwdriver along with 9 other tools that carry out a total of 14 functions — perfect for tackling a variety of everyday tasks.

You can grab one of these Swiss-made tools (with a frim grip, too) for your everyday carry via the link below.

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Just some thoughts here. I have the EvoGrip S18. It is one layer thicker than this knife. I don't need the saw, but I prefer the locking blade. The extra grip is overrated. I would recommend for that that like the idea of this knife but prefer a locking blade, look at the Evolution S16. It is the same exact toolset, without the rubber grip pads, but with a locking blade. That was a nice review.
Yes, I also own the EvoGrip 18, the S18, and the Evolution S16.