Known for leading with innovative designs and cutting-edge products, SWIZA introduces the new SWIZA TICK TOOL. This is the first Swiss Knife that includes a tool specifically designed to remove ticks.
SWIZA believes in safety always. As tick occurence is increasing and expanding further north, SWIZA developed a tool to safely remove any tick. These spiderlike animals may carry diseases and cause health problems. People who enjoy walking outdoors, especially in tall grassy areas and woodlands, are at higher risk of being bitten by a tick, especially during the spring and summer months. By removing a tick not only as early as possible but also correctly, the risk of getting infected with Lyme Disease will be reduced. SWIZA continues to innovate and challenge the norms of Swiss Knife design by providing sportsmen and women, families, and pet owners with the right tool for removing ticks.
SWIZA TT03 TICK TOOL is equipped with 11 functions:
- 75mm blade with safety lock
- Tick Tool with magnifying glass
- Punch / reamer awl with sewing eye
- Bottle opener with flat head screwdriver No. 3 & wire bender
- Sommelier corkscrew
The SWIZA TICK TOOL is made in Delémont, to the high quality standards of Switzerland. It will be available at the end of March at all SWIZA points of sale or via our online shop, http://www.swiza.com.
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