427. Hardwood Cheese Knife
In 2013 Victorinox announced a new model – Hardwood Cheese Knife, which we can call as “inheritor” of first Cheese knife. Like its predecessor, this knife also has a special cheese blade (for now only these two models contain this tool), but also has an additional opener’s layer.
Hardwood cheese knife is a 3-layer knife with liner-lock (original Cheese knife was a slide-lock!). In comparison with other models with liner-lock, in this knife only main blade can be locked in an opened position, there is no possibility to lock bottle-opener (flat screwdriver). Also, as you can see from pictures – there are two differences from other liner-lock models:
- bottle-opener is smaller than usual (only slide-lock knives have such type of bottle-opener)
- reamer (awl) has sewing-eye (again — as other slide-, not liner-lock models).
So, in this knife we have a combination of unique features:
- hardwood scales
- cheese blade
- non-locking (smaller) bottle-opener
- unusual awl
I think it’s good enough for one knife, isn’t it?
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2 thoughts on “427. Hardwood Cheese Knife”
Never seen a cheese knife with opener layer! Great! I have the regular cheese knife, and the absence of the opener layer is what sometimes keeps me from carrying it.
Agree with you. Without opener layer it’s a half-SAK 🙂