Victorinox has teamed up with Piapro Studio for two bold spins on its signature Swiss Army Knives. For those who aren’t familiar with Piapro Studio, it’s a Japanese vocal synthesizer developed by Crypton Future Media Inc. that lets you impersonate different characters the company imagined.
The knives are a nod to the Piapro Characters Kagamine Len and Kagamine Rin. Both accessories are compact and made from stainless steel, displaying each character’s name atop sleek black Celidol resin. On one side of the accessory is a white Victorinox logo, stamped next to a bold “02” graphic and a bass and treble clef motif. The other side of the knife is emblazoned with the character’s name. Other details like a key ring and Victorinox’s classic 15-tool setup round up the designs of each piece.
Victorinox and Piapro Studio’s Swiss Army Knives are currently available for pre-order on Arma Bianca’s website for ¥8,800 JPY (approximately 90 USD).
In case you missed it, here’s a look at fragment design’s collaboration with Victorinox.