About this blog

Hi,

My name is Alex. I am a collector of Victorinox knives (Swiss Army Knives – aka SAK‘s).
This blog was specially created in order to share some pictures/articles/knowledge about these knives with other collectors (and of course with people who just interested in SAKs ).

Hope you like this blog. If you have any questions/comments, – please don’t hesitate to contact me (via this blog or send me personal mail to leaf.avf at gmail dot com)

Enjoy reading.

Alex F.

P.S. If you have some interesting models of Victorinox knives for sell (or exchange) – please let me know 🙂

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10 thoughts on “About this blog”

  1. Hi, I wanted to see if you could help me with a knife ID. It is a 74mm and appears to be an ambassador without the nail file. Here is the description: Celidor with exposed rivets, nickel tipped tweezers, with toothpick, knife with Victoria tang stamp, scissors with single leaf.

    Thanks for any help. I can send you a picture if it would help.

    sincerely,

    Glenn

    1. Hello, Glenn.
      Please post the photo of your knife.
      Looks, it's unusual model (from 40x).

      Are you sure, that knife doesn't contains anything except blade and scissors?

      Maybe small blade is present?
      Otherwise I don't have any ideas..
      Escort 74 contains only 2 tools, but nailfile instead of scissors.
      Anyway will wait for photos.

      Alex

  2. Hi Alex,
    I have a knife that I think is from the late 70s or early 80s (from when I was a kid, I’m in my 40’s now) that I have not been able to identify. On the main side (in order across), it has the longer and short knife blades paired in the same slot, saw blade, fish scale blade, scissors, magnifying glass paired with phillips screwdriver, and canopener w/large flathead screwdriver paired with canopener w/small flathead screwdriver. The back side has a corkscrew, flathead screwdriver, and what looks like an icepick/drawknife. I’ve seen a few similar knives, but none with precisely the same configuration. I’ve been wanting to get another just like it, but have not had any luck. It might help to know what it is called. I can send a photo if that helps.
    Thanks!
    -Mike

  3. where did you find the 2017 marketing calendar for Vic, i’ve been to their press release websites and cant seem to find a copy.

    1. My local Victorinox’ dealer shared it with me.
      By the way, what do you mean by “press release websites” – victorinox.ch? Or something else?

  4. I started collection SAKs a little while ago. I especially like grabbing up Classics and Classic SDs with logos. Is there a good way to date them? BTW: LOVE your site!

    1. > Is there a good way to date them?
      I don’t think it’s possible for any brand-logos. If you’re talking about Victorinox series (like Classic LE 2017) – it’s very simple to track their dates 🙂
      BTW: LOVE your site!
      Thanks! You can follow me in FB/Twitter in order to get latest updates immediatelly.

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