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I’m one of those horribly old-fashioned types who prefers using cash over plastic money, but here’s one bit of processed petrochemical I wouldn’t object to carrying. The Swisscard Lite has the same footprint as a credit card, and is about as thick as four of them — it doesn’t take a Nobel laureate to note that it’s perfect for wallet carry.

The surprising part is the number of functions Victorinox packs into the Swisscard. Knife, scissors, tweezers, a pin, a pen, light, and a small mirror, which is pretty much a list of things I don’t remember until twenty minutes into the morning commute. Okay, maybe not the mirror.

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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.

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