The Victorinox Fieldmaster is based on the legendary officers knife This was the first Swiss pocket knife from Victorinox with which it all started The characteristic appearance of the Fieldmaster will seem familiar to many people. With its 15 tools, the Victorinox Fieldmaster is ready to help with every task. To cut, to saw, to pick and screw. This versatile Swiss army knife offers all the essential tools for every adventurer!
The fieldmaster is very similar to the Victorinox Huntsman, the only distinction is that the corkscrew has been exchanged for a Phillips screwdriver.
Most important tools
The large knife is razor-sharp and has a cutting edge of at least 6 cm. Once opened there is no wiggle room. As such it is suited for the more heavy-duty tasks. When opening and closing the blade you hear a familiar click.
Branches up to wrist thickness are no problem for this wood saw. The saw is thin. The spine is approximately 1.2 mm thick and the teeth 1.6 mm thick. Because the spine is smaller than the teeth the saw won't get stuck in the wood and it limits friction. In addition to living wood this saw can handle pallets and shelves.
What do you use an awl for? For all tasks you wouldn't use the tip of your knife! The awl has a one-sided grind. As such it is great to make markings on wood. Which side of the line should you adhere to when you mark something with a pencil? With an awl this isn't a problem. In addition, it is very practical to use an awl to prick into soft metals. To mark where you should drill for instance.
A practical tool is the combination tool. This tool can be used as a bottle opener, wire stripper and screw driver.
Reliability and perfection up to the smallest details: a Victorinox is a true companion for life. Victorinox guarantees that all knives and multi-tools are made from stainless steel. For that reason Victorinox gives out a lifelong warranty on material and production flaws. This means you don't have to worry if you find a production flaw.