Sometimes, when I’m writing a short review of new model of Victorinox knife from my collection, I have to notice that such knife also exists in another variation, but unfortunately, I don’t have it yet.
Two years ago (or in other words – almost 250 knives before) I’ve reviewed an Adventurer BSA, – one of most oldest models which Victorinox produced in 111-mm form-factor. This knife had a fully-serrated blade, but version with plain blade also known.
So, now I’m glad to say, that I found this (plain blade) variation in pretty good condition and even with original BSA pouch.
Moreover, pay attention – it has a definitely rare stamp on back tang (PAT.PEND. MOD.DEP.) and it’s back-side Phillips screwdriver has an embedded can-opener (usually 91-mm models were equipped with it)