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Victorinox Spartan PS

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Victorinox Spartan PS

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When you think of Swiss Army Knives, their red, blue, or silver multi-toools are what usually comes to mind. While they handily get the job done, they probably aren't your go-to if you're after a murdered-out, all-black-everything EDC. Thanks to a new process—Polispectral (PS) coloring—that gives a covert coating to a high-utility multi-tool, Victorinox brings their popular Spartan multi-tool back into the fray by keeping it distinctly low-profile.

Polispectral coating gives the Spartan PS's tools a unique, shimmering look that changes depending on how the light hits them. This creates a shifting color range from dark gray to anthracite, giving the Spartan an exotic look to match the rest of your stealthy gear. By itself, the Spartan's a capable tool with 13 functions within its medium-sized frame, including 2 blades, drivers, openers, and the usual pair of slots for a toothpick and tweezers. As a new addition, the Spartan PS comes with a branded lanyard that helps with retrieval during pocket carry, making it easier than ever to carry a Swiss Army Knife in your EDC.

Shining, shimmering, splendid—the Spartan is back in black to get the job done. Pick one up at the link below.

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Kenneth Knight ·
Still no love for the tinker. Easily my favorite, mostly because I work in IT and haveing a Phillips screwdriver is handy. First, no alox, so here's hoping they get around to doing this for the tinker.
Victor Villaseor ·
Looks great in person, the coloring process generates a shimmering effect.
Victor Villaseor ·
Hit send too soon.
The effect is really hard to capture on pictures or video.
saint_shinobi ·
I'd get it, but it's too rich for my wallet. I'll stick to my Gerber Dime in the mean time...
Britt ·
The good thing about the climber is that it has scissors, which are handy for cutting moleskin, if you're like me and blister easily... when I used to run 5 miles a day and backpack and mountain climb, blisters were a daily occurrence. So moleskin was something I always had on me somewhere
Dave Dillard ·
Scissors are a must. And Phillips screwdriver. And I really want this with tweezers and Alex scales. How hard is that??
Dave Dillard ·
Ugh. ALOX. Not Alex. Smh, autocorrect.