A True Lightweight
The Swiss pocket knife Crono N5 is a modern interpretation of the Swiss Army knife. Its construction makes it super light and flat. You can easily fan it out by a right movement. Using your fingernails for that is a thing of the past. Blade and awl are getting sharped in Solingen (Germany).
It is for every day use. German steel and Swiss precision work makes it to a great toll. Due to its flat construction it is unbelievable space saving. The Swiss pocket knife is so sharp it cuts through ropes like butter.
Lumberjac – Lifestyle and gear guide cut for the modern mountain man wrote an article about the pocket knife Crono N5.
The blade length is under 6cm. According to EU regulation blades under 6cm are allowed to carry with you in your hand luggage. Please check in other countries.
Are you looking for a lighter version? The Swiss pocket knife Crono N3 will propably match your needs.
Tip – How to Cut with a Knife
Hold the knife and pull it back and towards steadily, with no downward motion at all. Especially for herbs it is important to cut them instead of crush them accidentally.
Name: Crono N5
Weight: 41 g
Measures: 95 x 16 x 6 mm
Features: Bottle opener, fish scaler, wire stripper, cm-scale, hexagon (4x), wing nut opener, cheese knife blade, bradawl and sewing, square (2x), fork, screwdriver
Material: Stainless Chromium steel and blade steel
Design: Andrea Manchen
Care Instructions Stainless Steel
Wipe up spills promptly. Clean with a damp cloth. Wipe dry.
To renew shine, polish with lemon oil or orange oil.
We recommend using a multi-surface cleaner or stainless steel cleaner to remove spots.
The name Crono comes from Cronopio Dentiacutus. Cronopio is a mouse-sized extinct mammal with sharp corner teeth.