VICTORINOX CyberTool 34 Review

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I’ve always been fascinated by pocket knives. Swiss Army knives especially.
There’s something so cool about cramming a bunch of tools into one functional
package that you can stick in your pocket or gear bag. Used to be, Swiss Army
knives have mainly been thought of as the outdoorsman’s or survivalist’s tool.
Well it is the geek era now folks and to usher in this period is the CyberTool
from VICTORINOX. This is the same company that has been making Swiss Army brand
knifes for over 100yrs.

My CyberTool was a gift from Microsoft at the
Mobius conference that Judie and I
attended this fall. I remember pulling it out of the small tin box and thinking
WOW, this thing is sooooo cool! Lest you think I’m the only geeky girl around,
Judie did her share of oh’s and ah’s too. I think she gave hers away to her
husband though… I kept mine for myself!

The CyberTool is a geek and computer tech’s dream tool. This baby is packed
with 34 different blades, bits and widgets. Here’s what you get:

  • Large and Small Blades
  • Bit Wrench and Bit Case
  • 4mm & 5mm Hex Sockets
  • 4mm Hex Bit
  • 4mm Flat Head Bit
  • #8,#10, & #15 Torx Bits
  • #2 Phillips Head Bit
  • 3mm Small Screwdriver
  • 6mm Large Screwdriver
  • Mini Screwdriver
  • #0, & #1 Posidrive Bits
  • Ballpoint Pen
  • DIP Switch Setter
  • Can Opener
  • Bottle Opener
  • Wire Stripper
  • Wire Cutters
  • Wire Crimper
  • Reamer
  • Corkscrew
  • Straight Pin
  • Hook Crochet
  • Key Ring
  • Toothpick
  • Tweezers
  • Pliers
  • Scissors

This knife is available in Black, Red and Sapphire translucent colors. There
are also 29 and 41 tool versions as well.

The CyberTool 34 weighs 5.5oz (156g) and is 3.58in long x 1in wide (91mm x .
So, it isn’t a small pocket knife by any stretch of the imagination. You
probably won’t be comfortable carrying it in a jeans pocket either. Maybe a side
cargo pants pocket though.

I’ll admit that I don’t use all the tools that the CyberTool offers. Like the
crochet hook, toothpick, corkscrew, can/bottle openers and tweezers… But the
blades and screw drivers see very frequent use from me. I’m always needing to do
things like open the back of my computer, take the plate off the back of a PDA,
cut open a box, or tighten the screws on my eye glasses.

One thing that I can’t find on my CyberTool is the straight pin… I have no
idea where it is or even if I have one with my knife. If anyone knows where it
is, let me know.

The bit driver is the niftiest feature of this knife. You get 4 dual headed
bits that fit in the 5mm hex socket driver. 3 of the bits store in a unique
fold-out tray. The tray folds under the driver so that the bits can’t fall out
and become lost. The bits included are: Philips 0,1,2, Standard and hex 4mm and
Torx(R) 8,10,15 bits. Also included are 3mm and 1.5mm drivers; the 1.5mm driver
is suitable for tightening eyeglass screws.

You also get a pair of pliers and scissors. I am surprised how rugged the
pliers are. They made of thick stainless steel and can be used to cut and strip

What I like best about this knife is that every blade and tool snaps open or
closed with an audible click. I know I’m crazy, but things like that equal a
quality product in my mind. The CyberTool has a very solid and well constructed
feel to it and makes a great gift for just about anyone.


Price: $75.00


Variety of screwdriver and Torx bits
Quality product
Major geek appeal


Big and heavy


Product Information

Manufacturer:Swiss Army
  • Variety of screwdriver and Torx bits
  • Quality product
  • Major geek appeal
  • Big and heavy

6 thoughts on “VICTORINOX CyberTool 34 Review”

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  2. Hey, I don’t know if you’ve found the pin yet, but in case you haven’t you find it by opening the corkscrew and then its in the clear plastic near where the corkscrew comes from, just the top of it shows and you have to pull it out. Hope this helps 🙂

  3. Hi, I was wondering about the thickness of the cybertool 34, can you help, i need it for my pocket and need to know if it will be appropriate, i already have the Climber® Sku: 53381 in my pocket and it’s size is not annoying

  4. This is easily my favourite SAK (swiss army knife), a quick comment on the size though, yes it is big, i recommend grabbing a Victorinox belt pouch to go with it, theyre about £10 which i guess is about $15, and made of very good quality leather. Also a knife with a pouch makes a great gift 🙂 I bought my dad a Victorinox Voyager for his 50th birthday and he loves it.
    All in all, even if you dont like the Cybertool, there is a Victorinox to suit you, so take a look 🙂

  5. I Love my new swiss army knife my only question is where is the wire stripper and cutter. Cutter are not so important, I just use the knife, but I wold like to know. Thank you. It is the best knife I have ever owned.

  6. Hi John Rogers. The wire stripper is located betweem the two handles of your pliers below the jaws. It’s the hill and the alley in the handles, right below the jaws. The wire cutter is also on the pliers, in the middle of the jaws. You need to open them wide and you will see a small gap. I don’t find it really efective becouse it can only cut small wires, and you can do that with your blade. Hope it helped 🙂

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