Knife To Meet You

Victorinox Limited Edition 2013 Knives

What It Is: A line of consumer-designed knives from Victorinox Swiss Army. For the last few years now, Victorinox Swiss Army has allowed users from all over the world to submit their designs to be custom-printed and mass-produced onto their signature knives – as voted by the public. With the winners selected and knives produced, now you can score one of these handy all-in-one gadgets (including tweezers, a toothpick and scissors) in a limited-edition print!

Who It’s For: Your outdoorsy sibling, as a back-up to always keep on them. Your manicure-obsessed bestie, to keep her nails in prime shape. Your uber-handy parent, to tuck into the car for unexpected MacGyver situations.

What It Costs: $26 each

Where It’s At: Give Victorinox Swiss Army a call at 1-800-665-4095 or visit to find a local retailer near you carrying all the goods.


Want a bonus entry into this week’s Moody Sisters giveaway? Tell me in the comments below: which of the limited-edition designs would you most love to own?

10 Responses to “Knife To Meet You”
  1. Joan G says:

    The Black Ice Trailmaster is my pick.

  2. Linda Peters says:

    Spread Your Wings is nice, thanks

  3. Diane says:

    Like the Romantic Modern.

  4. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d love to own the Love Song print

  5. Emilia says:

    I would like to own the Spartan Lite

  6. stacey h says:

    i’m a fan of the ‘foxy’ knife – he’s adorable

  7. beewbedard says:

    Midnight Mini Champ

  8. Alison K says:

    Moody Sisters bonus entry: the limited-edition designs I would most love to own is their, “Flip to Decide” design

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