Hi there! Earlier I’ve mentioned many times (maybe too often) that in 2017 Victorinox completely ceased production of slide-lock 111-mmRead more..
Here we have an old Companion 74 (predecessor of Executive model) with fancy scales from material remarkably like celluloid. ThisRead more..
The Victorinox Ambassador from luxury RocKnives series. This series includes six models, each of them with scales made from realRead more..
Immediately after reviewing older brother (Escort 74 with stainless steel scales) I have its relative – Escort 58, this timeRead more..
The “older brother” of Victorinox Escort model with unpredictable name Escort 74 during years was produced with various type ofRead more..
Hi there! First of all, I have to say that I’m not 100% sure that this knife had the nameRead more..
Over the years the company Victorinox re-used some names of its knives for completely different knives. The name “Pocket Pal”Read more..
The Victorinox Luxury Automobile is the one from rare and high-valued SAKs which ever were produced. Over the years, thisRead more..
The Victorinox Pruner is a single-layered Alox model in 93-mm form-factor, like the recently reviewed Settler but with pruning bladeRead more..
The Victorinox Settler is a slim 93-mm knife with only two blades (in my opinion it’s a strange combination ofRead more..
The Victorinox Lumberjack (nowadays we know it as Walker) is an old model which was produced for the years. FromRead more..
The Victorinox Pioneer is one of from few models, which were announced more than 50 years ago, and they areRead more..
As you know, there are currently two models of knives designed for fishermen – Angler and Fisherman (suddenly!) In general,Read more..
The one of the weirdest Victorinox knives which ever was produced – model Swiss Beat, as many others (with USBRead more..
In 2005 Victorinox introduced their new model from 58-mm range with integrated (and removable) USB flash-memory, this knife was namedRead more..
The Spartan Pruner (unofficial name) can be called another variation of Spartan, like recent knife from previous post, but thisRead more..
Usually I’m publishing here, in the blog, posts about my knives, with some (sometimes serious) delay. In average time betweenRead more..
There are just a few models from Victorinox knives in 111-mm form-factor, which were produced with three variations of bladeRead more..
This knife was identified as Model 4/5 from series “Strong pocketknives for peasants”, based on information from old Elsener’s catalogRead more..
The Victorinox Bantam II is a slim and lightweight model in 84-mm form-factor. Originally this knife was named Bantam, butRead more..