The Victorinox Camper is a 91-mm model with three layers of tools, can be described as Spartan with additional wood-saw. This modelRead 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 Tourist – economy version of popular knife without scale tools (toothpick and tweezers), printed in white color Elinox shieldRead more..
The Victorinox Outdoorsman Original is a five layers knife in 91-mm form-factor, which was produced in relatively short period (1960s – 1970s). ForRead more..
The Lumberjack Big (it’s an unofficial name) is one of the most mysterious Victorinox knives, which I ever seen sinceRead more..
The Victorinox Climber – well known and definitely popular model. This one doesn’t has toothpick and tweezers, probably it’s accordinglyRead more..
Actually this model was released before then name Lumberjack was given to the another model with similar configuration of tools.Read more..
The Victorinox Bantam II is a simple 1-layer knife with two blades. Alox version of thos knife originally was namedRead more..
This model is a knife from time, when Victorinox didn’t used dedicated names for their knives, instead this special numericRead more..
There are no too much information about this model in the web, even in SAKWiki, dedicated page was added justRead more..
The Bantam is a simple single-layer knife which was produced with two types of scales – cellidor and alox ones.Read more..
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Photos: Related models: Camper Outdoorsman (original) SAKWikiRead more..
Photos: Related models: Bantam Lumberjack SAKWikiRead more..
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Photos: Related models: Spartan Tourist SAKWikiRead more..
Photos: Related models: Cadet Tourist SAKWikiRead more..