As you probably remember, the last Victorinox knife, which we have reviewed this summer in my blog, was a CavalierRead more..
The Victorinox Cavalier is a slim 74-mm knife with just three tools, accordingly to the SAKWiki, based on model PrinceRead more..
The Victorinox Apprentice is a simple single-layered knife in 84-mm, remarkably like the well-known Waiter, but with Phillips screwdriver onRead more..
The Champion was the biggest 91-mm model, which produced by Victorinox for more than thirty years, from this perspective itRead more..
Probably any SAK – addicted person know, that Victorinox Mauser is definitely rare and valuable model; but I’m not sureRead more..
After very long silent period I’d like to announce that my blog is going back to life. Many good thingsRead more..
Sometimes, when I’m writing a short review of new model of Victorinox knife from my collection, I have to noticeRead more..
Probably the most popular knife from Victorinox, which nowadays we know as Spartan, initially was known as Model 234 (orRead more..
Today’s knife is a highly valuable (personally for me) Victorinox knife, even that at first glance, it’s just a Picknicker.Read more..
Not so long ago I’ve presented in my blog Laser variation of Victorinox Flash model. First model with USB FlashRead more..
The Victorinox Flash model was a second variation of Victorinox model, which included USB Flash Drive (you remember that firstRead more..
The Victorinox Rover isn’t such popular model as other 58-mm models like Classic or Rambler, but it was produced withRead more..
Last in this year, but not in this blog (I hope!), another Victorinox knife – it’s an ‘enlarged’ (to the 74-mm)Read more..
The Victorinox knives from ‘Marlboro‘ series we’ve reviewed several times earlier. Actually this series (run) contained few promotional runs. FirstRead more..
I think, that some of my readers were surprised when saw this post. Really, I have to explain why I’ve addedRead more..
Another day – another knife, but again just another Gardener from the same period, when these knives were produced fromRead more..
Today’s knife cannot be called as ‘army knife‘, but no doubt it’s a genuine Swiss knife. Relatively old (can IRead more..
Victorinox knives in 75-mm are definitely rare and valued, since this line-up was discontinued many years ago. There are notRead more..
Victorinox Cadet II is a one from few models (besides this one, I can remember Bantam, which has similar history),Read more..
The Victorinox Parachutist is a three layered knife in 111-mm format, which can be described as predecessor of modern RescueRead more..