Many of the Swiss Army knives from Wenger include
a set of tweezers, tucked into one of the shells. The tweezers are about 1 1/2" long (40 mm) on both
the small knives and the large ones. They are made entirely of spring-tempered stainless steel.
Uses: The Wenger tweezers work
well for holding onto small parts or removing splinters. Some people use a grinding wheel to change the
tweezer tips into a sharper point, so they are more effective at gripping splinters.
Many of the Wenger Swiss Army knives include tweezers. However, Wenger is more likely to have knives without slots for toothpick and tweezers, and some models were produced both with and without tweezers.
Many Victorinox Swiss Army knives have similar tweezers.