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By Karen T.
Wenger EvoGrip S18 Swiss Army Knife with Non-Slip Rubber Grip, Yellow & Black

The knife itself works well and is very functional. However, it is a bit too large to carry in a pocket all day. It's better suited for using on specific projects or adventures where it can be stored in a cargo pant pocket or back pack.

By Gd F.
Wenger - Swiss Army Esquire Fire Red Trans.

First time I've had the "Wenger Esquire Fire Red". The quality is much better than all the knives I've had before. The blades are larger and the sissors are "springless" (way cool). It's easy to open and close (better hinge system). When I lose this one (reoccurring issue) ... I will be buying another one. And it has tweezers!

By Harold R.
Wenger - Swiss Army Highlander Red

Just what I wanted. Only problem is that the main blade is a little to hard to open

By Vern E.
Wenger Standard Issue, Stainless

The only knife I could find with the types on blades I wanted. It is a great value.

By Jason S.
Wenger Ranger 75 Knife with Gray Handle

I had higher hopes for this knife and it's features. The blade is true and sharp this is what I give 3 stars for. The pliers are a neat idea but when used in a practical situation they tend to bend and lose the ability to spring open thus requiring me to bend them back. The bottle opener/flat head screwdriver is very loose and folds back under normal use. Can opener is tight and very sharp but have not had a need to open a can with it yet. The awl is not something that I have used but the phillips screwdriver is awkward being in the position that it is making it's usefulness more frustrating than it's worth and it folds back easily. I guess if you're in a jam then it would be fine. A good knife to keep in your glove box but not as an everyday pocket knife in my opinion.

By Charlie S.
Wenger - Swiss Army Highlander Red Serrated

I think Swiss steel was a little better in the Earlier days, although still good. I have other Wenger & swiss army knives this Knife is all around and light for everyday usage.

By Doug H.

I like this knife so well that I have already purchased another one! It is very solidly made and compact for the type of knife it is. I strongly recommend it if you are looking for this type of knife.

By Doug H.

I recently purchased this product for use as a general purpose pocket knife and I was so impressed that I purchased another one to keep in my tool kit. I strongly recommend it.

About Wenger


Innovation is and always will be the cornerstone of Swiss culture. A constant source of strength against the forces of time. Wenger's history, as well, is one forged through innovation and marked by a passion for excellence. Thus, it is with great pride that Wenger continues to serve as guardian of this unparalleled legacy.

Since 1908, the year Wenger was chosen as a supplier of the Standard Issue knife to the Swiss Army, Wenger engineers have served as the vanguard of knife technology, pioneering the evolution of knives as precision multi-tools. Exclusive patented features— such as our springless, self-sharpening scissors and the Packlock self-locking mechanism on our screwdrivers— reflect Wenger's talent for innovation. Additionally, Wenger is the only Swiss cutler to be granted the rights to use the prestigious crossbow which is proudly engraved on all knife blades. This symbol is a label of quality; it represents a standard of excellence established by an elite association of Swiss Manufacturers and it only appears on a select group of Swiss products.

And while Wenger has been vigilant and ever-ready to meet new challenges with new solutions, we also have remained steadfast in our dedication to quality and the integrity of Wenger product. This is best exemplified by our watches as well as travel, outdoor and business gear, all of which have been designed and crafted with the same inspiration and dedication that was devoted to the Swiss Army knife. It is truly a rare combination, integrity and innovation, that enhances the design of every product worthy of Wenger's distinctive Swiss cross.