622. Escort 74

Victorinox Escort 74 — «enlarged» version of popular model Escort (58mm). Escort 74 has more variation than smaller one — it could be produced with and without key-ring, with different types of nail-file’s pattern and even with different scales — cellidor, smooth Alox and stainless steel versions were exists in the past. Photos: Related models: Escort … Читать далее 622. Escort 74

440. Escort 74

The Escort 74 is a not so popular knife as it’s smaller brother Escort 58. Again it’s the same case, when Victorinox re-use existing model’s name for another knife (like did it for Companion, Pocket Pal, Executive, Waiter, Climber and many-many others). This knife can be described as enlarged copy of Escort 58 — almost the … Читать далее 440. Escort 74

478. Classic (Emergency blade)

It’s a relatively rare variation of popular model Classic with small tool replacement — instead regular blade it has an emegency one. In my collection are present several other 58-mm models with the same emergency blade — Rover, Princess, Classic SD, Escort II. I have even a.. Classic with emergency blade and print «Lilly». Looks like … Читать далее 478. Classic (Emergency blade)

Outdated. SAKs for exchange

Short synopsis: I’m going to describe here all duplicates of Victorinox (and several Wenger) knives, which I have. If you’re interesting with them (and have something interesting for exchange 🙂 — please contact me. For sure, I’ll specify here also list of Victorinox knives, which I would like to buy (or change). Hope, I’ll finish … Читать далее Outdated. SAKs for exchange

408. Pocket Pal 58

This knife has the same name as well-known and very popular 84-mm Pocket Pal. In fact it’s an absolutely different model. Situation when Victorinox uses the same names for different models unfortunately is typical. Voyageur, Pocket Pal, Executive, Golfer, Outdoorsman — seems, this list is endless. It’s a continuous head-ache not only for beginners, but for «Victorinox … Читать далее 408. Pocket Pal 58

407. Princess Dogbone (model 630)

This is a very rare Victorinox knife which actually doesn’t have own name. Design of scales is absolutely different from well-known Victorinox scales. Collectors and enthusiasts called such shape «Dogbone«. As SAKWiki said: The unique shape of this knife was apparently developed for those unable to open a standard pocket knife with their finger nails. This shape … Читать далее 407. Princess Dogbone (model 630)