561. SwissTool Spirit X

As usually, letter ‘X’ in model’s naming of Victorinox multitools means, that scissors are present in this multitool. So, let me show the Spirit X – the same Spirit but with usefull scissors and without ugliest butter-knife. Photos: Related models: SwissTool Spirit SwissTool SAKWiki

526. SwissTool

The Victorinox SwissTool was introduced in 1997. Later on several modifications with different set of tools were released (Version X – with scissors and RS – with belt-cutter). Original version (regular SwissTool) also had a lot of small modifications due to the evolution of tools. The last known (for me) modification – is a current … Continue reading 526. SwissTool

517. SwissTool Spirit S

The SwissTool Spirit is a one from very small variety of multi-tools made by Victorinox. Basically, Victorinox produced only two (2!!!) models of multi-tools, – mentioned Spirit and more massive SwissTool, but each of these models has several variations. Let’s talk regarding Spirit’s modifications. At the beginning I’d like to say, that I’m not going to … Continue reading 517. SwissTool Spirit S

619. Spirit XBS

In 2016 Victorinox released a “new edition” of two existing models of multi-tools: SwissTool and SwissTool Spirit. The main discrepance between old and new versions – black coating on new models (“Burnished steel“) and added crimper to the pliers. New models were released with names SwissTool BS and SwissTool Spirit XBS. Photos: Related models: SwissTool family SwissTool Spirit family … Continue reading 619. Spirit XBS

421. Outrider

As was mentioned in previous post, this model (Outrider) is a more efficient version of Atlas model. Why? Because for me, scissors are more useful tool than pliers. I really like Victorinox knives, but I have to say, that pliers in their knives are definitely weak. Of course I mean only pliers in knives, not … Continue reading 421. Outrider