Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Rangerwood 55 - Handy sustainability


A pocket full of nifty gadgets for the ultimate Fix-It Christmas, Wenger, the original Swiss Army Knife Manufacturers have created the RangerWood 55, the epitome of quick fixes for the handyman.  At the ready for all emergencies like opening a bottle of wine, screwing in loose bits, sawing a piece of wood or opening a box, the Rangerwood 55 is a tool kit in one neat pocket knife.

Mr Steven Sher, MD of Wenger in Australia says the Rangerwood 55 has been built with safety in mind.  It has a locking main blade, seven different implements with eleven different functions.
With more than 100 years of knowledge behind it, the Wenger RangerWood 55 is built for those jobs needing skill and a durable tool, the handle is constructed from sustainable top quality Swiss Walnut which is durable for outdoor use, is coloured in a rich dark stain to create individual shades and grain patterns in each knife, making each one a unique one-off. Wenger is committed to protecting the environment and this knife is a perfect demonstration of the innovative way Wenger approach production to help conservation.

“The RangerWood 55 is a knife that will be handed down to future generations.   

 RRP $145.00 .

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