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..
The Victorinox Ambassador is a 74-mm model looks like famous 58-mm Classic ‘on steroids‘. This model was produced in differentRead more..
The Victorinox Companion 58, as previously reviewed Escort, is another example of thin and laconic model from 58-mm line-up. TechnicallyRead more..
This is a relatively old Victorinox Huntsman from old good days, when many Victorinox knives were equipped with long-nail fileRead more..
Maybe, some readers of my blog remember interesting Soldier, which we’ve reviewed almost one year ago. That Soldier has oneRead more..
Victorinox Champion is a previous flagman from whole 91-mm line-up. It was an extremely popular knife, which stayed in production,Read more..
What will happened if you replace scales on Climber model from regular cellidor to fancy ones made from soft polymer?Read more..
Almost one year ago I’ve published a post about new (for that moment) great addition to my collection – first prototypeRead more..
I hope, you’re not so tired with knives with unusual scales, which were posted today, because I’m going to showRead more..
It’s a very valuable knife for me, I’ve been looking for this model during few years and finally got itRead more..