The Victorinox Sailor (or Model 2208) is old-fashioned two-layered knife in 93-mm form-factor. This model was discontinued even before whenRead more..
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..
The Victorinox Tourist is a smaller brother of Spartan model, – the same features, but in 84-mm form-factor. I already haveRead more..
Probably any SAK – addicted person know, that Victorinox Mauser is definitely rare and valuable model; but I’m not sureRead more..
Victorinox Tourist isn’t so rare knife, as Automobile, which we’ve reviewed before, but also it’s a cool knife, specially suchRead more..
After very long silent period I’d like to announce that my blog is going back to life. Many good thingsRead more..
Probably the most popular knife from Victorinox, which nowadays we know as Spartan, initially was known as Model 234 (orRead 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..
This is a thin, one-layered Victorinox knife with two blades and smooth Alox scales. The similar model with the sameRead more..
The previous post in my blog was about popular, extra-popular military model: Soldier 2008. Today’s knife also was developed forRead more..
The Victorinox knives from ‘Marlboro‘ series we’ve reviewed several times earlier. Actually this series (run) contained few promotional runs. FirstRead 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..
The Victorinox Companion 58, as previously reviewed Escort, is another example of thin and laconic model from 58-mm line-up. TechnicallyRead more..
Maybe, some readers of my blog remember interesting Soldier, which we’ve reviewed almost one year ago. That Soldier has oneRead more..
Almost one year ago I’ve published a post about new (for that moment) great addition to my collection – first prototypeRead more..