An anti-boredom Swiss pocket knife: the idea of Israeli designer David Suhami, who has created an “animal pocket knife” while at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv. He turned this common object into giraffes, antelopes and rhinos.
Made of stainless steel and Tabebuia wood, it allows up to 81 different combinations.
A very nice mix between the traditional Swiss box cutter and an exotic jungle safari.
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