Victorinox Farmer – Field Test and Review

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Victorinox Farmer – Field Test and Review


Artur Mas says:

Good video man!

Dpey Cadi says:

Your review was one the best i have seen so far.

miklospinter says:

Nice review!
Alox knives are amazing: they are very robust and look very good. Especially the colored ones – although the color wears off over time. But worn Alox looks good too. 🙂
One useful thing that I you haven’t mentioned or shown I believe: the reamer is an excellent striker for ferro rods.

The Aharanha says:

Yes, very good review, no extra nonsense, just the necessary info in a nice setting…well done. I have the silver and a copper.

Northern Territory Bushcraft says:

Excellent, enjoyed your presentation. I have the silver and Copper also, they are just a brilliant little pocket pal. The other bonus is they dont scare people if you use it in public.

KeytoAdventure says:

Awesome video!
Thanks for sharing.

escargotiskuhol says:

I have a Pioneer X and now want a Farmer also! Great, no nonsense review!

HD 7970 says:

Great video! Great music! I love the farmer. I think all Swiss army knifes are stronger and sturdier than they look, especially the alox ones, it is amazing to know that it can serves well in every day use even when it comes to some kind of heavy duty tasks. It doesn’t look like it can be that sturdy and powerful from the outside but when you get to know it you will be surprised.

Marco Montana says:

Nice the bottle opener has a small nook in it, thats a wire stripper. You should try it!

Ron says:

This is the best review of the Farmer I’ve seen. My favorite pocket knife of all time. That saw is amazing and endlessly useful. Enjoying your channel.

Dag Ut says:

I really hate you mate. I allready have an farmer that i love, but after watching this I bought another one in green. My wife is going to explode…im going to blame you. Thanks though, awsome review. Cheers from Scandinavia

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