Tool for fish, fingers

Gearbox

October 08, 2006|By CANDUS THOMSON | CANDUS THOMSON,SUN REPORTER

The folks at Wenger, maker of Swiss Army stuff, call their newest little gizmo a personal manicure tool. Shows you what they know.

Any angler - especially a fly guy or gal - will take one look at this fancy nail clipper and say, "What a neat fishing tool to clip to my vest."

The Clipper comes two ways: one with a tiny knife blade and the other with a screwdriver, which makes it OK for air travel. The other tools are a clipper (good for nails or fishing line), a pair of scissors, a nail file (I've removed hook barbs with it), tweezers and a toothpick (good for getting river gunk out of tight places).

Made in Switzerland of stainless steel, the Clipper comes in six colors, including traditional red. At $32.95, the Clipper makes a dandy stocking stuffer.

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