In 2017, when Victorinox company did a massive perturbation in their 111-mm line-up, they also made another (not so big)Read more..
Just yesterday I’ve published a new page here, with the structured information about changes which were made by Victorinox inRead more..
A few latest posts in my blog were about smallest form-factor produced by Victorinox. Now is time for bigger brothers,Read more..
The Victorinox Equestrian is an interesting model in 111-mm created especially for horse riders. This model features a unique toolRead more..
The last knife, which I’m going to present this week, is another 111-mm model, which was modified in 2017 byRead more..
Another big 111-mm model, which was redesigned in 2017 and now is available with liner-lock mechanism only, – it’s a Hercules. LikeRead more..
Victorinox Alpineer is another example of transformation from original slide-lock model to the current one (liner-lock). It’s a simple single-layerRead more..
Yesterday we’ve reviewed Outdoor Tool – first 111-mm model with liner-lock mechanism and scissors. Before this model was released, allRead more..
We’re continuing to review ‘reincarnation’ of some 111-mm Victorinox knives, which were released in 2017 with changed mechanism of blade-locking.Read more..
I’ve already reviewed several 111-mm models which got a “new life” when they were re-released in liner-lock version. Today I’mRead more..
Not only Forester model got a plain one-hand blade in 2017 year (this is a sad date, when whole slide-lockRead more..
I already have several Forester models in my collection, – all of them have the same (almost the same) toolRead more..
As I wrote in previous post, in 2017 Victorinox did a great surprise (If you know what I mean) forRead more..
In 2017 Victorinox announced a serious reorganization of their 111-mm series. Accordingly to it, all models with slider-lock were discontinued.Read more..