Victorinox Swiss Army Navy Camouflage Collection
Victorinox Swiss Army Navy Camouflage Collection
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Victorinox has become synonymous with multitasking. The Navy Camouflage collection lives up to the brand’s dignified reputation ... Read More

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inventbot
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Apr 18, 2019
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In my opinion, camo doesn't make sense for many items, especially something small that will be hidden in a pocket. If it's not part of an effort to camouflage one's external appearance, then camo is usually a bad idea, especially for a small item like this that can easily be dropped or slip off one's gear and onto the ground where it won't be noticed. Having gone through a early period of losing several folding knives that didn't have pocket clips (fortunately all cheap), I've learned to be more careful. Contrasting color helps in this regard! Of course there's always the cool factor of having a camo coated item, but don't plan on keeping it forever. I just don't think that cool factor is worth the bad feeling one might have later when losing a nice EDC item. This is just my sense of it, but perhaps there are other valid perspectives . . . .
Apr 18, 2019
BitGeeker
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Apr 18, 2019
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Is cheaper elsewhere
Apr 18, 2019
ANTHOLOLOGY
50
Apr 18, 2019
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Just a huge flag, Massdrop has a lousy history of special print Victorinox knives. Bought one with a VERY crooked and poor quality print and was not able to return it for a refund. Would avoid.
Apr 18, 2019
Athtel
295
Jan 19, 2019
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So say I dropped the knife in water — would I still be able to see it?
Jan 19, 2019
Hatuletoh
730
Apr 20, 2019
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Not well, and I'll tell you why I know this: because when Navy personnel fell into the water whilst wearing their spiffy new "Navy camo" BDUs, which the senior Naval commanders had INSISTED their branch ought to get since the other three got new camo patterns for THEIR fatigues, said overboard sailors were, much, much more difficult to find in the water, thanks to their newfound ability to blend in with the "terrain". Apparently, the traditional all-white sailor's served more of a purpose than just keeping bell-botton trousers in existence. I have no idea how many people they lost thanks to the top brass not wanting to be the only debutants at the ball without new finery, but it was enough that "Navy camo" has been discontinued; sailors were ordered some time ago to exchange every piece of clothing with the camo pattern on it. At least the Air Force personnel were unlikely to be fatally overlooked by search and rescue because their blue camo caused them to blend into the sky.
Apr 20, 2019
MisterSpidey
5
Jan 19, 2019
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This SD is $19 straight from Victorinox's site... 🤔
Jan 19, 2019
stoutdog
187
Oct 30, 2018
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Damn! That would have been a great price for a Hunstman. Below cost, I suppose. LOL
Oct 30, 2018
FeebleOldMan
722
Sep 30, 2018
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Wrong image used for the Huntsman on the overview page.
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Sep 30, 2018
phoenixsong
669
Sep 30, 2018
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Yeah, nice spotting! The one they used looks like the classic sd
Sep 30, 2018
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