I started when I was in my early teens with Swiss Army knives. I had the Tool Chest Plus from Wenger and the equivilant from Victorinox. Ultimately, my attention focused on Wenger. The last Wenger I bought had the fixed needle nose pliers among other functions. That was sold a while ago after buying my first Boker. Since that Boker, the model name was Stellar Superliner Titanium, I have branched off to Walther, made by Umarex. I am not into guns but I have much admiration for this brand and their knives live up to the standard you might expect from them. Introducing the newest member to my Walther collection: the P99. This knife is Walther's best yet. It comes with a 440SS blade coated black, synthetic handles, and 3 enter changeable palm grips for a precise comfort fit. The easy single hand opening is super smooth and requires little effort. Yet it has a nice 'click' sound so you know it is truly closed. The box includes a mini double sided screw driver for dismantling for cleaning and a sheath with a snap closer. P99 and PPQ Show off your knives.