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The Saga of the Victorinox

Last year, I bought a Leatherman multi-tool for Lowell, as his Swiss Army Victorinox multi-tool was in dire need of repair or retirement. The knife was shot and a few of the other peices were badly worn down from much use. I think a piece actually snapped. It was very hard for him to “shelve” it, as it means a lot to him.

 I bought it for his birthday over 10 yrs ago, and it has alot of history. I can see it as one of those things the girls will “fight” over. rolling eyes laughing

 This is the knife that has split the burgers in half for our little children at the fast food place or park, and up until last year, lived on his belt; ever faithful and ready for the task at hand. I’m sure other men will be able to relate. He even jokes around about how many airplane panels the screwdriver had taken off wink. (Actually true – he is an aviation engineer). We found out that Swiss Army does repairs, so a few months ago, he sent it back to the company. We just got it back today, and praise the Lord, they didn’t just replace the parts, they gave him a brand new knife and case!!!! He was thrilled to say the least, and I’m looking forward to seeing what other memories will be entrenched in that knife. biggrin

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