The Victorinox Camper is a 91-mm model with three layers of tools, can be described as Spartan with additional wood-saw. This model isn’t so popular as Climber, which has more useful scissors than wood-saw, but anyway it’s pretty enough choice as well.
I’ve already posted few reviews of Camper model before, but this one one will be a good addition to the main collection – it has an interesting combination of tangs on main blade: ‘Elinox Switzerland Stainless Rostfrei‘ on front side and… an empty back-tang. Do you have other officer models with empty back-tangs?
2 thoughts on “846. Camper”
I have a Victorinox Camper that I bought in 1968. It’s secondary blade is a hooked shape. I had to change the handle covers a while back, at that time I fitted black ones just to change the aesthetic. The old red ones were quite badly damaged over the years. The originals had the word Camping and a tent inset into the handle cover. I would like to fit original style red covers with the camping logo if I could get ahold of them. Nice seeing your collection.
By hooked shape – did you mean a clip-point blade, like on these knives?