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Victorinox doesn’t just put out multi-tools and knives — they also make a few specialty garden tools.  This should come as no surprise to anyone who knows the company’s origins;  founder Karl Elsener was a flower and grape gatherer.  Victorinox crafts the Harvester to meet the high standards of their other Swiss Army products.

Seven inches long when closed, the Harvester sports Swiss Army-quality blades and a hardwood handle that’s spring-loaded for ease of use.

You’ll pay about $15 for this tool from Victorinox.

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One Response to Victorinox Harvester Garden Tool

  1. Kris says:

    The springs shown in the photograph are for holding the cut stem of the flower (or whatever you cut) without having to catch it with your other hand.

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