Additionally, the Victorinox has a small blade, can opener, tweezers, and a toothpick.
The Boker ditches both the small blade and the can opener in favor of a serrated, angled line cutter, while its handle design does not include the ability to insert tweezers or a toothpick.
The Swiss Army actually uses another Victorinox now, but they carried the same Swiss Army knife as you until 2008.
To compare the two, I purchased the prototypical Swiss Army Camper knife.
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Mac Gyvericus' tool is startlingly similar to the modern Swiss Army Knife, now part of the collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England.
That model sits in the middle of the Victorinox range when it comes to size and tools and retails for just .
The Boker Tech Tool Outdoor 6 is the same size, has very similar tools, but costs twice as much.
What it is is 100 percent awesome, and just makes me love the Romans even more.
Sure, they invaded and occupied my home country and occupied it for years, but they brought with them central heating and civilization, two things that England lacked back then.